Ain’t Nobody Going to Win The Million Dollars on ‘The Brigade’ – The fur traders took 14 weeks to cross the continent. Think you can do it in 10 with a TV camera in your face?

New reality show offers $1 million to team covering famed 2,600-mile voyageur run from the Pacific Coast to Hudson Bay in 10 weeks or less (fur traders took 14).

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What’s In My Wannigan? – Love it or hate it, the old-fashioned grub box is a time-tested piece of canoe-tripping gear

Before I started canoe tripping with him, my friend Ryan hinted at his love for his rickety wooden camp kitchen box, known as a “wannigan.” He told me about clinging to the semi-floating grub box in a Class III whitewater canyon after upsetting in a rapid on Quebec’s Moisie River. Later, I witnessed him perform

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Trending: A Crowdfunded Off-Grid Communicator – Startup Somewear Labs set to launch a new two-way satellite messenger

Startup Somewear Labs set to launch a new two-way satellite messenger

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Haunted by the High Water of Cataract Canyon – Regular Paddler, Remarkable Waters

At the state park in Green River, Utah, two friends and I unloaded equipment with excitement and trepidation. We exchanged greetings with a group of rafters and kayakers preparing to launch their four-day flotilla through Labyrinth Canyon to Mineral Bottom. “How far are you going?” asked a friendly woman, looking up from sorting straps. “All

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Lake Tanganyika | Africa Great Lakes Dispatch 2 – The next leg of Ross Exler’s solo expedition to cross all of Africa’s Great Lakes, unsupported and entirely under human power

Dispatch No. 2, three weeks into Ross Exler’s solo paddling expedition to cross all of Africa’s Great Lakes, unsupported under human power.

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