Field Tested: Warm-Weather Camp Gear – We tested 8 products for late-spring paddling trips

Lighting: Lightweight powerbanks are the most efficient way to charge electronics on short forays in the field without the hassle of packing solar chargers. The Lander Cairn XL ($99) combines a 10,000 mAH battery pack with a super bright, 350-lumen lantern. Lander’s smart lighting technology pairs with your Bluetooth device and adjusts its brightness based

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Mississippi Opens New Kayak Access – Beer Creek receives a new kayak and canoe launch site for public recreation.

In a recent effort to promote recreation, Mississippi Department of Wildlife Fisheries and Parks (MDWFP) has finished the construction of a riverside launch. The Bear Creek launch site is now open to the general public for non-motorized water entry and exit. “Bear Creek is unlike any other stream or creek in the state of Mississippi,”

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Blueway 10k National Canoe & Kayak Week

Canoeing Ireland would like to make you aware of some changes that are being made to the Blueway 10k programme for 2018. With the success and simplicity of the Paddles Up programme which ran earlier in the year, Canoeing Ireland and Waterways Ireland agreed that the Blueway 10K programme and the Paddles Up programme should be similar […]

Make no Mistake: Cleveland is for Paddlers – Rock ‘n’ rolling through unexpected paddling adventures along the Cuyahoga River and back to Lake Erie

Rock ‘n’ rolling through unexpected paddling adventures along the Cuyahoga River and back to Lake Erie

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Inside the Northern Forest Canoe Trail: A Case for Maine – Adventureitus Productions profiles Southern Maine’s ‘Lakes and Mountain Region’ as part of its new video guidebook to the NFCT

Adventureitus Productions canoed the length of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail from New York to Maine in order to produce a series of video guides for each section of the iconic 740-mile water trail, which stretches from New York to Maine. In this CanoeKayak.com exclusive, Adventureitus profiles the ‘Lakes and Mountain Region’ Southern Section of Maine, as no region better captures the wild nature of New England’s Northwoods.

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