How To Make Cowboy Coffee That Actually Tastes Good (Video)

Learn to make a great backcountry coffee the old-fashioned way for your camping adventures. This technique, often called cowboy coffee, has been used by wilderness travellers for generations. John Langford of Voyageur Quest shows us how it's done on Surprise Lake in Algonquin Provincial...

Expert Tips To Solo Your Canoe (Video)

Solo your canoe so you can discover your own adventure while spending quality time alone in nature. From a...

Go Faster With The Kayak Forward Stroke

Ninety-nine percent of the time you spend in your sea kayak is devoted to paddling forward. With a cadence...

Why Paddler Bill Mason’s Legacy Will Never Die

Bill’s enduring memory has to do with the fact his message was never just about canoeing.

Why The SUP Resale Market Is About To Change

The racing SUP resale market has languished for a decade, but everything is about to change.

Canoeing Supports Healthy Relationships To Live A Good Life

The world's longest-running study on happiness has great news for wilderness canoeists.

Camp Wapomeo Women Complete 50-Day Canoe Trip

Each summer Camp Wapomeo sends out four 50-day canoe trips, a tradition since the first 50-day expedition in 1985.
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