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North Fork of the Flambeau River (WI)
Fred Flasher's Canoe Camping Trips LLC Logo

Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $60/day/person

Length: 3 to 5 Days

Canoeing - North Fork of the Flambeau River - WII run a number of excellent rivers in Wisconsin. The North Fork has everything you visualize when you think of the great Northwoods country I run 3 to 5 day guided trips on the Flambeau and my fee includes the chaperone/organizer for the trip. Trips include canoes, fresh food, prepared on site, camping at DNR approved sites. Great for families, team building youth groups and clubs. E-mail or call evenings to answer most of your questions. Please remember the Flambeau is a real wilderness river. There are many variables I have no control over so use prudence and common sense when developing your trip.
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More Details: http://www.canoegrue.com/


BWCA Canoe & Cabin Combo (ON)
Seagull Canoe Outfitters Logo

Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $640 and up

Length: 4+ days

Not Guided

Kayaking / Canoeing - BWCA Canoe & Cabin Combo - ONEnjoy the best of both worlds... comfortable cabin life as well as the great outdoors. Make your "base camp" on Seagull Lake in one of our six cabins, and spend four days (or more if you'd like) paddling the numerous day trip opportunities on the end of the historic Gunflint Trail in Minnesota. Our cabins come equipped with all the amenities of home, with endless outdoor exploration opportunities. Options include the Palisades on Seagull Lake, trophy walleye and lake trout fishing on Saganaga Lake, paddling Larch Creek and/or the Granite River, day hiking to Magnetic Rock or the Kekekabic Trail, picnicking on an island campsite and much more... the possibilities are endless.
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More Details: http://www.seagulloutfitters.com/


5 Day West Branch Penobscot River (ME)
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Skill Level: Beg. - Adv.

Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $750

Length: 5 days

Canoeing - 5 Day West Branch Penobscot River - METhe scenic upper West Branch of the Penobscot River Trip from Lobster Lake to Chesuncook Lake makes an ideal first canoe-camping experience, and an excellent family trip. Moose sightings are usually plentiful as we paddle this gentle river, following part of Threau's canoe route into the Maine woods. Several miles of class l "rips" provide an introduction to river-reading. Campsites are primitive and beautiful. Chesuncook Lake with it's view of Mt. Katahdin and a visit to historic Chesuncook Village, is one of our favorite places to camp, swim, explore, and pick berries. Let our guides do all the cooking, we serve hearty dinners, bake yeast rolls, banana bread, serve Maine wild blueberry pancakes, and hearty desserts. Open to all ability levels.
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More Details: http://www.allagashcanoetrips.com/


Adirondack Multi-Sport Vacation (NY)
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Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct,

Cost: $45 and up

Length: .5 day to Multi

Kayaking / Canoeing - Adirondack Multi-Sport Vacation - NYIf you enjoy all that the outdoors has to offer, try a multi-sport vacation! With our Custom Multi-Sport Adirondack Vacations you choose the activities that interest you, your lodging preference and the duration of your stay and we'll design a trip just for you! Our activities include but are not limited to paddling (canoe or kayak), hiking, mountain biking, fishing and more. Lodging options include everything from camping to Adirondack Inns and B&B’s. The duration of your trip is up to you, choose from one day of activities up to one month. There really are no boundaries and the skies the limit! It's your vacation, so do what YOU want!
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More Details: http://www.adirondackexposure.com/


Mackenzie River (NT)
Canoe North Ltd. Kayak and Canoe Rentals Logo

Departs: Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $850

Length: 6 to 7

Not Guided

Kayaking / Canoeing - Mackenzie River - NTThe 1,120 mile Mackenzie River is the longest river in Canada and forms part of the Finlay-Peace-Mackenzie River, the tenth longest in the world. The river passes through the Decho, past the oldest settlement along the river Fort Simpson on its way to the Arctic Ocean. Passing through the Sahtu region you will visit the settlements of Tulita Norman Wells and fort good Hope. Hay River is the perfect location to start your adventure. Rent your equipment; canoe, GPS; gear barrels; marine radio; sat phone and any other equipment you need and let the current take you to Inuvik. If you love adventure and you are up to a challenge then you need to paddle this river. Take this cultural journey and explore Canada's North.
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More Details: http://www.canoenorth.ca/


A Fisherman’s Dreams Quetico Trip (ON)
Voyageur Canoe Outfitters Logo

Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Length: 3-5 days

Not Guided

Canoeing -  A Fisherman’s Dreams Quetico Trip - ONTake our "Headstart" Launch service right from our dock across Saganaga Lake to Hook Island and paddle a short distance to check in with the Cache Bay Ranger. Here you will be able to get your Canadian Fishing License. Continue through Cache Bay to a breath-taking view of Silver Falls. Proceed north deep into the wilderness until you arrive at Kawnipi Lake. This area along the “Falls Chain” provides the best Smallmouth Bass, Walleye and Northern fishing that fisherman can only dream about. Take a side trip to McEwen for the awesome Lake Trout. On top of the great fishing, you have the peace & solitude to go with it. Set the hook and reel ‘em in. Can’t you hear the fish frying!
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More Details: http://www.canoeit.com/


Isle Royale Sea Kayak Adventure (MI)
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Skill Level: Intermediate

Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $899 - 1249

Length: 4 - 8 days

Kayaking / Canoeing - Isle Royale Sea Kayak Adventure - MIThis very unique Island National Park is a kayakers dream paddling experience. People are few, wildlife abounds, the ancient rocks are stunning, the waters are vibrant, and the views are simply magnificent. Our Isle Royale Sea kayaking Adventure requires a minimum of 4 days to realistically complete. Individuals or groups ok to join our trips.
All equipment, kayaks, meals, transit to and from Copper Harbor (via ship), and all fees included.
If you have a group of 4 or more we can customize the trip for you on a dates during June, July, August, or Sept.
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More Details: http://www.paddlingmichigan.com/


5-Day Kayak or Open Canoe Trips (ON)
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Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug,

Length: 5 days

Kayaking / Canoeing - 5-Day Kayak or Open Canoe Trips - ONThe 5-Day course provides the ideal amount of time to master new playboating, technical, and river running skills, as well as river reading and river safety competence. A great week of learning utilizing video analysis, and gates, with certification available. The guaranteed mid-week water releases on our front door section of the Madawaska River ensures a superb variety of Class I-IV rapids. Advanced paddling groups will make day trips to one of many other rivers or sections nearby. The Middle or Main Channels of the Ottawa, Petawawa, Palmer Rapids, Lower Madawaska, Upper Madawaska, Opeongo, are all popular local runs. Wednesday afternoons we head over to our beautiful Bark Lake Beach. It is a casual diversion from class, where you can test drive different boats, practice your roll, toss a Frisbee, or just relax. We serve dinner from our outdoor grill. On the last day we all head out to test our newly acquired skills on another river.
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More Details: http://www.owl-mkc.ca/mkc/


Day Tripping on the Canal (NY)
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Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct,

Cost: Starting at $12/hour

Length: 1+

Kayaking / Canoeing - Day Tripping on the Canal - NYAre you looking for exercise, serenity, a chance to explore, and a feeling of being at one with nature? Canoers and kayakers alike appreciate the pleasures of flat water - it enables the participant a more contemplative view of wildlife in its natural habitat. Villages dot the canal every 8-10 miles with lots of amenities, with always plenty to do. Rent by the hour or the day.
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More Details: http://www.eriecanalboatcompany.com/


BWCA Moose Viewing Trip (MN)
Bearskin Wilderness Outfitters Logo

Departs: Jun, Oct,

Cost: $295+

Length: 3-7 days

Not Guided

Canoeing - BWCA Moose Viewing Trip - MNPaddle through the pristine BWCA wilderness lakes of the Gunflint Trail, while searching for one of Northern Minnesota's most iconic residents, the moose. Our moose viewing trip takes you through a series of small secluded lakes that feature perfect moose habitat, as well as an abundance of other wildlife and excellent fishing. We can't guarantee you'll see a moose, but we're sure you'll have a wonderful trip trying.
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More Details: http://www.bearskinoutfitters.com/


Edge of the Barrens (NT)
Canoe Arctic Inc. Logo

Departs: Aug,

Length: 10 Days

Canoeing - Edge of the Barrens - NTRemote, fly-in canoe trip on two Barren Lands rivers near treeline in Canada's Northwest Territories. Nearly all flat-water canoeing. One short portage. Can accommodate all levels of canoeing experience. Immerse yourself in North America's last great wilderness for 10 days in late August. The nearest roads or communities are hundreds of miles away. You'll see scattered bands of caribou, muskoxen, white wolves, moose and perhaps a grizzly or two. Tundra hills, sand beaches, eskers, the beginnings of fall colours, big skies and Northern Lights. Trip is guided by Alex Hall, wildlife biologist and the Canadian Arctic's first and most experienced canoeing guide. Operating since 1974.
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More Details: http://www.canoearctic.com/


BWCA 'Comfort Plus' Package (MN)
River Point Outfitting Co. & Resort Logo

Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $295+ (2-4 persons)

Length: 3 Days or more

Not Guided

Canoeing - BWCA 'Comfort Plus' Package - MNGood Housekeeping Magazine says: River Point Outfitting Co. -- "Best Canoeing Vacation Bargain." "Roughing It Has Never Been So Easy." This is the Expedition Package you have been looking for. An elite, ultra-light package for the discerning paddler who wants the most in comfort and convenience that defies the concept of "roughing it." With Kevlar canoe at only 42 pounds, canoe/camp chairs to "save your back", Granite Gear new expedition packs, thwart & bow bags, comfy pillows, food cold pack to keep fresh food longer, waterproof stuff sacks, and even a hammock for a "swinging" time back in camp. Your canoeing adventure becomes more comfortable and efficient, while portaging becomes easier and more enjoyable with the least amount of weight. River Point's strategic lake-based location offers an array of options of routes in the Ely area. "Our Most Popular Package!"
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More Details: http://www.elyoutfitters.com/


Customized 3-5 Day Expeditions (ME)
Maine Island Kayak Co. Logo

Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct,

Cost: $125-$225 / day

Length: 3-5 days

Kayaking / Canoeing - Customized 3-5 Day Expeditions - MEWhether from our island base on Peaks Island out for 3 days amongst the islands of Casco Bay, or off into the dome-shaped, granite islands of Penobscot Bay, or down into the sub-arctic wilds of Washington County, our customized trips for 4+ paddlers, provide you with a real expedition experience under the protection of our BCU coaches and Reg. Maine Guides. Our base on Peaks is a 15 min. ferry ride from Portland, Penboscot Bay is 3 hours, and Downeast is 4-6 hours from Portland. So whether you seek the easy access from our base on Peaks Island with its several hundred islands, or want to adventure in the wilder archipelegos of Penboscot Bay or further Downeast, Maine…let us know your experience, interests and goals and lets get your group of 4 of more on sea amongst Maine’s magical islands. We cater to multiple levels of paddlers. Our sea kayaks and equipment is top-notch. Come see why Maine is one of the best places to paddle in the East.
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More Details: http://www.maineislandkayak.com/


Quetico Canoe Trip of a Lifetime (Canada)
Seagull Canoe Outfitters Logo

Skill Level: Intermediate

Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $645 - complete

Length: 6+ days

Not Guided

Canoeing - Quetico Canoe Trip of a Lifetime - CanadaJust north of the BWCA across the Minnesota/Ontario border lies the exquisite expanse that is the Quetico Park. The Quetico offers more solitude than you'll find in the BWCA. This solitude paired with a route that provides everything the canoe country has to offer will make this trip one for the ages. With a Falls Chain permit you'll encounter open water and narrow passages, river paddling and gorgeous waterfalls, high cliffs and canyons. From Cache Bay to the Falls Chain and on north to Kawnipi Lake, you'll spend a week in a land exactly like those who traveled hundreds of years before us. The scenery is breathtaking, the wildlife is aplenty, the fishing is fantastic and the experience will be one of a lifetime.
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More Details: http://www.seagulloutfitters.com/


Big Salmon River (YK)
Up North Adventures Ltd. Logo

Skill Level: Experienced

Departs: Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $2,350

Length: 15 days

Canoeing - Big Salmon River - YKStep out of your busy world into the exciting waters of the Big Salmon River. Snow capped mountains surround you as your canoe glides through the pristine water. Starting at Quiet Lake in the beautiful South Canol region of the Yukon, you will admire the vast wilderness surrounding you. A favourite past time after a day of paddling is casting your hook for "the big catch" of Lake Trout, Northern Pike and Arctic Grayling. The Big Salmon offers great challenges for the intermediate paddler in the form of log jams, sweepers, tight corners and large standing waves. The current is moderate but offers many surprises as it twists and turns Northwest towards the Yukon River. An exhilarating paddle beneath the "midnight sun".
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More Details: http://www.upnorthadventures.com/


Stargazing in the BWCA Canoe Trip (MN)
Piragis Northwoods Company Logo

Skill Level: Easy

Departs: Sep,

Cost: $1195 +tax

Length: 6 days

Canoeing - Stargazing in the BWCA Canoe Trip - MNNo where else can you see the stars and Northern Lights so clear at night than the wide open wild spaces of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Our backyard is void of man-made lights and it is far from the plumes of industry that cloud and obscure the natural beauty of night's canvas. There is something ethereal, surreal about the constellations when you view them in solitude. Join us for a magical time as we track the power of the great bear and map the path of Orion's belt accompanied by the haunting backdrops of the calls of the common loon and howls of the elusive timber wolf. Imagine lying on your back on a comfortable therm-a-rest gazing at the limitless vaulted inky black ceilings brimming with stars.
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More Details: http://www.piragis.com


Fly In/Out BWCA/Quetico by Canoe (MN)
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Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Canoeing - Fly In/Out BWCA/Quetico by Canoe - MNCreate a memory of a lifetime... The excitement of a fly-in trip into the Quetico is hard to match. Choose a fly-in and paddle out to an exit point or a fly-in/fly-out option. Either way we can arrange your complete trip. The call of a remote campsite with excellent fishing and spectacular scenery will help create a memory of a lifetime. We will customize your route to maximize your vacation and fit your budget. Available with complete or partial outfitting.
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More Details: http://www.elycanoetrips.com


Ladies Retreat Week (ON)
Madawaska Kanu Centre Logo

Departs: Jun, Jul,

Length: 5 days

Kayaking / Canoeing - Ladies Retreat Week - ONThe ultimate women's whitewater week with the spa approach to paddling: exercise, learning, fun, conditioning, good food, camaraderie and rejuvenation in a stunning environment. The week will consist of a learning environment for both whitewater canoeing and kayaking - enhanced by morning yoga, afternoon stretching sessions on the river’s edge, après-paddling sauna and a dip into our wood-fired hot tub after the day on the water. The week also boasts fun sessions that you can choose to join: a nutrition seminar specifically for women, or learn how to start gradually running barefoot with Jill Pomeroy, a watercolour painting workshop with Claudia. As always we have the highlight of a Canadian wine and artisan cheese pairing lead by our Ontario wine connoisseur Astrid Neuland during an afternoon by the lake followed by a BBQ for us by the fantastic MKC kitchen crew. Everyone will also receive a sports massage at some point during the week.
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More Details: http://www.owl-mkc.ca/mkc/


Boundary Waters Youth Group Trip (MN)
La Tourell's Moose Lake Outfitters Logo

Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: Starting $200/person

Length: 4 to 10 Days

Not Guided

Canoeing - Boundary Waters Youth Group Trip - MNEnjoy the Boundary Waters and Quetico Park with our Youth Group Canoe Trip packages here at La Tourell's Moose Lake Outfitters. Our strategically located base here in the heart of the wilderness area NE of Ely, MN offers you an easy way to access the canoe country. We offer discounts for youth and larger groups to meet your group's needs. You can trust our family's 3 generations of experience in providing wilderness canoe trips to help plan a worry free adventure here in the canoe country. Whether you are looking for wilderness adventure, a world-class fishing excursion, or a relaxing family getaway, we can plan a trip that meets your needs.
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More Details: http://www.latourells.com/


Explore The Erie Canal (NY)
Erie Canal Boat Company, Inc. Logo

Skill Level: Int. - Adv.

Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $35/day

Length: open

Not Guided

Kayaking / Canoeing - Explore The Erie Canal - NYExplore the Canal - Self-guided Excursions: You don't need to be an expert paddler to have fun on the canal. Schedule a self-guided excursion; we'll supply you with boats, paddles, PFDs, tent/s, sleeping bags, camp light and camp stove. Go for a short overnight or a week-long paddle. Erie Canal Boat Company will work with you to make sure you have what you need to go the distance and have fun doing it. Float Plans, and Check Lists. Maps of camp site locations are all available, and we'll check on you progress during the trip.
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More Details: http://www.eriecanalboatcompany.com/


Nanook River, Arctic Islands (NU)
Wanapitei C.A.N.O.E. Logo

Skill Level: Intermediate

Departs: Jul,

Cost: $6695 CDN

Length: 14 days

Canoeing - Nanook River, Arctic Islands - NUVictoria Island's Nanook River is one of Canada's more northerly canoeable rivers. The Nanook offers unbelievable wildlife, fantastic hiking, great fishing and fun easy whitewater. Along the way you'll have plenty of time to explore this truly amazing landscape. From almost all of the stunning campsites you can hike and explore the low hills, eskers and unique arctic deserts that make up the Nanook valley. The lakes and river along the way offer fantastic fishing for Arctic Char and Lake Trout. While paddling and camping we are almost guaranteed to see Musk Ox, Peary Caribou, Arctic Fox, and Snowy Owl. Arctic Wolves are also common along with Gyre Falcons, Arctic Loons and Swans. Trip meets & ends in Cambridge Bay, Nu.
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More Details: http://www.wanapiteicanoe.com/


West Branch of the Penobscot River (ME)
Allagash Guide, Inc. Logo

Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct,

Cost: $400 to $600

Length: 3 to 5 Days

Canoeing - West Branch of the Penobscot River - MEJoin us on one of Maine’s great canoe trips in the north Maine woods. The W. Branch of the Penobscot River Trip begins at beautiful Lobster Lake and ends at the south end of Chesuncook Lake. Connecting the two lakes is the gentle flowing Penobscot River with a total distance of about 40 miles. Highlights of the trip are spectacular views of Mt. Katahdin and Big Spencer Mountain; an abundance of wildlife and in particular Moose; great paddling of gentle flowing class 1 water; and a tour of the famous logging community of Chesuncook village. For those groups that want to add an overnight at the Chesuncook Lake House, we enjoy a great lodging and dining to combine with the tenting out.
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More Details: http://www.allagashguide.com/


Thelon River (NT)
Canoe Arctic Inc. Logo

Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug,

Length: 11 days

Canoeing - Thelon River - NTRemote fly-in canoe trips on the fabled Thelon River deep in the tundra of Canada's Northwest and Nunavut Territories. Paddle this clear pristine river inside the largest protected area in North America, hundreds of miles from the nearest road or community. Caribou, muskoxen, white wolves (our specialty), moose, grizzlies and rich birdlife. Warm arid summers. All trips guided by Alex Hall, wildlife biologist and the Canadian Arctic's first and most experienced canoeing guide. Operating since 1974.
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More Details: http://www.canoearctic.com/


Hart River, Yukon Adventure (YK)
Wanapitei C.A.N.O.E. Logo

Skill Level: Intermediate

Departs: Jul,

Cost: 5895

Length: 14 days

Canoeing - Hart River, Yukon Adventure - YKIn our view the Hart is the gem of the Yukon's famous Peel watershed's quartet of rivers. Stunning mountain scenery, fun river paddling with constant current interspaced with class 1 & 2 rapids for its full 280km, remote and wild with virtually no other paddlers, no portages, great camping and fishing… the plus's simply go on and on. We truly feel this is the best the Yukon has! This is a relaxed pace trip with lots of time for hiking, exploring, fishing & simply relaxing around the campsite. We meet in Whitehorse, Yk, drive north 4hrs to a remote float plane base for a beautiful flight over the mountains to the Hart. We'll spend two weeks on the river and then again be met by floatplane for a stunning flight back out.
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More Details: http://www.wanapiteicanoe.com/


Snake River Expedition (YK)
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Skill Level: Intermediate

Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug,

Cost: $4,995

Length: 15 days

Canoeing - Snake River Expedition - YKThe Snake River, the most easterly of the Peel River Watershed, drains from the Wernecke Mountains and runs through some of the most scenic mountain terrain in the Yukon. It begins in alpine and sub-alpine zones and descends through the Peel River Plateau into the Peel River. As traditional First Nations territory, it has enormous untouched wildlife habitat providing amazing wildlife viewing opportunities. Shorter Paddling days allow you to hike up to spectacular viewpoints over the vast Snake River valley. Advanced paddling skills are necessary for this class II-III river. However, our experienced guides will direct you safely down the river through a series of beautiful canyons into a braided format and on to the Peel.
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More Details: http://www.upnorthadventures.com/


Rocky Mountain Parks & Canoe Tour (AB)
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Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $2495 CDN

Length: 14 days

Canoeing - Rocky Mountain Parks & Canoe Tour - ABActive and close to nature in awe inspiring landscapes during this multi-sport tour in Canada's most famous National Parks. A week of exploring your guide's favourite hiking trails is followed by a glorious 5-day wilderness canoe adventure down the untamed Athabasca River. An ideal combination of sightseeing, physical challenges and a genuine nature experience.
This tours starts in Calgary and ends in Edmonton, Alberta
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More Details: http://www.timberwolftours.com/


Guided Canoe/Kayak Trips in Wisc. (WI)
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Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct,

Length: .5 day to 5 day

Kayaking / Canoeing - Guided Canoe/Kayak Trips in Wisc. - WIWith 12 years of guided trip experience under our belts... our food will make you loosen your belt! You'll eat well as your guide prepares your hot breakfast and dinner meals and we layout one heckuva deli sandwich spread for lunch too! We know that for most folks the planning of a trip is the most challenging part (purchasing, planning meals, getting gear together, the time involved, etc), so let us take care of all that for you. You'll paddle the same high quality canoes that our rental customers do; you just won't have to cook your food. So, you hang by the fire and we'll let you know when dinner is ready.
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More Details: http://www.86641canoe.com/


Lower Wisconsin River Trips (WI)
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Departs: Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct,

Cost: $55/day/person

Length: 2 to 5 Days

Canoeing - Lower Wisconsin River Trips - WII run many different rivers in Wisconsin. The lower Wisconsin is a favorite because of a good current and very scenic islands, bluffs and shoreline. It's a great river for large groups. I provide canoes, meals and do all the planning and work to make the trip a beneficial for your group as reasonably possible.
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More Details: http://www.canoegrue.com/


Snake River White Water Canoeing (YK)
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Skill Level: Int. - Adv.

Departs: Jul, Aug,

Cost: $4745 CND

Length: 12 days

Canoeing - Snake River White Water Canoeing - YKThe Snake River is a classic northern canoeing expedition filled with solitude, whitewater, mountains, wildlife and adventure. From the moment the float plane takes off till the moment it picks you up two weeks later, this river will not disappoint. It is the perfect choice for a canoeist with intermediate whitewater skills who wants to take their love of canoeing beyond the ordinary into the realm of remote and spectacular.
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More Details: http://www.cabinfeveradventures.com/


Southern Georgia Canoeing (GA)
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Departs: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec,

Length: 2 to 10 Days

Not Guided

Canoeing - Southern Georgia Canoeing - GACanoe camping is our specialty. We provide you with almost everything you need to paddle, fish, or just float and enjoy the great weather and outdoors of southern Georgia.The rivers we use for our trips are part of the largest river system in Georgia, the Altamaha and its tributaries. Your day could be spent on Pendleton Creek or the Ohoopee fishing for red-breast bream, or floating one of the larger rivers - the Altamaha, Oconee, or Ocmulgee casting for bass or photographing swallow-tailed kites, ospreys, and herons. Our trips range from overnight to a week or longer, tailored just for you. So come, join us for a truly wonderful outdoor experience.
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More Details: http://www.canoecanoe.com


Costa Rica - A Paddling Paradise (Costa Rica)
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Skill Level: Fit&Adventurous

Departs: Jan, Feb,

Cost: $2595.00

Length: 11 days

Canoeing - Costa Rica - A Paddling Paradise - Costa RicaThe Best Adventure in Costa Rica! On our small group trips, we paddle SOAR canoes on 5 different, easy rivers, as we explore and discover Costa Rica's wonderful diverse wildlife. Each river is chosen for its distinctive habitat. On our 11 day itinerary we will go on several great hikes, take zip lines through the rain forest canopy, swim beneath waterfalls, ride horses, play on uninhabited beaches, and much more. Each night we stay in hospitable country lodges, and the meals we eat are always sumptuous! The pace is active, but we never feel too rushed to enjoy the moment of where we are, the people and their culture, the richness of flora and fauna. Our Tico trip guide is a great naturalist, accomplished birder, and long time river guide. He will share his love of his country with you! Our trips are ideal for active, curious adults!
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More Details: http://www.soar2adventure.com/


Rocky Mountain Canoe Adventure (AB)
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Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $1070 CDN

Length: 5 Days

Canoeing - Rocky Mountain Canoe Adventure - ABFun, thrills and action on this downriver trip on the Athabasca River where it leaves mountains to enter the forests of northern Alberta. You learn to "read" the water and practice minimum impact wilderness camping. A day of training on quiet water prepares you for the run down the mighty river. There are no towns, no houses along the route, just the wide river, islands and forests. A truly Canadian adventure for beginners and experienced canoeists. International classification of difficulty (1 is lowest, 5 is highest) rates this stretch of the Athabasca River as Class I overall with several Class I and II rapids. We meet in Jasper or at a hotel in Edmonton, Alberta, where you also can get dropped off at the end of the trip.
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More Details: http://timberwolftours.com/


Paddle Oregon (OR)
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Skill Level: Int.

Departs: Aug,

Cost: $620

Length: 5 days

Kayaking / Canoeing - Paddle Oregon - ORPaddle Oregon is a five day, four night canoe and kayak trip down the Willamette River in the heart of Oregon's Willamette Valley. Participants camp together; eat delicious catered meals; enjoy nightly speakers and entertainment; learn about river issues and ecology; and share this one of a kind experience with fellow paddlers. Registration includes meals, gear shuttle, safety support, camping accommodations and entertainment. Your participation also supports Willamette Riverkeeper's work to protect and restore this amazing Oregon River.
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More Details: http://www.paddleoregon.org/


BWCA/Quetico Family Canoe Trip (MN)
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Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Length: 3 to 14 days

Not Guided

Canoeing - BWCA/Quetico Family Canoe Trip - MNLet the LaTourell family's 3 generations of experience in catering to BWCA and Quetico visitors help you plan a worry-free trip for your family. From our location on Moose Lake in the heart of this wilderness area, you have dozens of options of trips to meet your family's needs. Trips can be designed for a leisurely relaxing family trip, for an adventurous expedition to the most remote locations of the wilderness, or as a fishing basecamp enjoying our world class fishery. Discounts for family groups are available on all available packages. Feel free to contact us and we'll be glad to customize a trip for you.
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More Details: http://www.latourells.com/


Lower Wisc. River from Boscobel (WI)
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Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct,

Cost: $35-40/day

Length: 1/2 - 5 days

Not Guided

Canoeing - Lower Wisc. River from Boscobel - WIHuge sand bars, quiet stretches of river, tree lined shores, great canoes and time with friends and family... that's what you'll find on the Lower Wisconsin River. We provide a huge variety of trips from a 8 mile, 3 hour paddle to spending 6 days paddling the entire 92 miles of this protected stretch of river. Whether you'd prefer to paddle a canoe, sit-in kayak or a sit-on-top kayak we've got a trip that will satisfy you paddling desires. You will not find better primitive camping than on the sand bars of the Lower Wisconsin River.
Contact us today at 608.375.5300 to arrange the perfect trip for your group!
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More Details: http://www.86641canoe.com/


Primitive Paddling in Peace (MN)
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Skill Level: Intermediate

Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $440+/person

Length: 4-7 days

Not Guided

Canoeing - Primitive Paddling in Peace - MNIf the Boundary Waters isn't isolated enough for you, we've got just the thing. Take your next BWCA trip to the next level and embark on a PMA canoe trip. The Primitive Management Area limits the entry permits to just a single permit per day. What makes this area unique is that there are no designated campsites, and the portages are not maintained by the Forest Service. This trip will challenge your outdoors skills and provide a wilderness adventure and take you into some of the most remote locations to be found in the Boundary Waters. If you want to add a little spice and adventure to your next BWCA trip, then it's time to get primitive in the PMA.
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More Details: http://www.seagulloutfitters.com/


Quetico/BWCA Adventure Canoe Trip (MN)
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Skill Level: Intermediate

Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Length: 6 to 14 days

Not Guided

Canoeing - Quetico/BWCA Adventure Canoe Trip - MNIf you are looking to access the most remote areas of the famous BWCA and Quetico Wilderness, we've created this package for you. From LaTourell's unique location in the heart of this vast wilderness area, we are able to offer trips with the easiest of access into these secluded areas. Utilizing our specially designed "Deluxe Kelvar Package", you'll enjoy the cutting edge in modern lightweight canoes and equipment to make your adventure even more enjoyable. Trips can be customized to access virtually untouched fishing waters, to see a vast number of different lakes, or to access a secluded location for your camp. Let LaTourell's 3 generations of experience help customize a trip for you.
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More Details: http://www.latourells.com/


Yukon River Cedar Canoe Voyage (YK)
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Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $1495 -$2995

Length: 8-15 days

Canoeing - Yukon River Cedar Canoe Voyage - YKThis 15-day wilderness voyage takes participants on a trip through time and wilderness. The Yukon River embodies the history of the Yukon. It served as the main transportation corridor of the Yukon and Alaska for both First Nations and early gold-seekers. As you travel the Yukon River you will gain an understanding of the Yukon's rich frontier history from the Gold Rush of 1898 through to the sternwheeler riverboat era. Many artifacts remain along the riverbanks for canoeists to experience first-hand. The Yukon is a deep and broad river steeped in history and is therefore a perfect setting to use our hand-built cedar canoes propelled with hand-carved hardwood paddles (Please Note: We offer numerous other canoeing trips not listed here... please see our website).
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More Details: http://www.cabinfeveradventures.com/


Bonding in the Boundary Waters (MN)
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Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Cost: $440+/person

Length: 4-6 days

Not Guided

Canoeing - Bonding in the Boundary Waters - MNThe Boundary Waters is a place to have fun and experience new and exciting wilderness adventures with friends and family. It also lends itself to excellent conversation and meaningful bonding between family and friends. The setting is perfect; there are no outside distractions and the opportunity to build upon important relationships is ideal. The route in which you paddle does not matter. What does matter though is the relationship building opportunity that a wilderness canoe trip will provide you. Seize the opportunity and capture the moment with your mother or father, son or daughter, brother or sister or friend. You'll be amazed at what a wilderness canoe trip can do for a relationship.
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More Details: http://www.seagulloutfitters.com/


Women Exploring Wilderness (MN)
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Skill Level: Beg.

Departs: Jul,

Cost: $1195 + tax

Length: 6 days

Canoeing - Women Exploring Wilderness - MNJoin new friends on a wilderness experience this summer. Paddle, portage and camp in America’s canoe country with other women who share your spirit of adventure. This is our most highly rated trip by past participants, and judging by the laugh meter it must be the most fun, too. Take a break from the humdrum and discover a pristine wilderness and maybe a little about yourself at the same time.
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More Details: http://www.piragis.com/


Boundary Waters Kevlar Canoe Trip (MN)
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Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Length: 3 to 10 Day

Not Guided

Canoeing - Boundary Waters Kevlar Canoe Trip - MNPaddle to the remote areas of the Boundary Waters and Quetico Park using our top of the line package. With this package, including our ultralight kevlar canoes, you will enjoy equipment that will make travel faster and easier on the water and portages while providing maximum comfort in camp. This package is ideal for both those wishing to have the easiest of travel for a great sightseeing trip, or for the serious angler who wishes to travel into the most remote fishing areas to tackle our world famous smallmouth bass, walleye, northern pike, and lake trout fishing. Enjoy our family's three generations of experience from our ideally located lakeside base.
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More Details: http://www.latourells.com/


BWCA Ultimate Voyageur 7-Day Trip (MN)
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Skill Level: Beg. to Adv.

Departs: May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct,

Cost: $658

Length: 7 days

Not Guided

Canoeing - BWCA Ultimate Voyageur 7-Day Trip - MNLug less and travel faster during our Ultimate Voyageur Kevlar outfitting package. You'll journey through Minnesota and Ontario's Boundary Waters' crystalline lakes in a Wenonah or Souris River lightweight Kevlar canoe. We'll equip you with the best lightweight expedition gear including Kondos packs, Alps tents, Slumberjack Everest Elite, Aurora or Alps Silver Spring sleeping bags, Thermarest Ultralight sleeping pads and easy chairs, Peak One, Coleman, or Max Expedition compact stove and lantern, aluminum cooking gear, and delicious ultra-light meals. Together we'll plan a trip with beauty, solitude, and some of the best fishing in the western hemisphere.
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More Details: http://www.vnorth.com/


Yukon's Big Salmon River Tour (YK)
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Departs: Jun, Aug,

Cost: $2,395 CDN

Length: 15 days

Canoeing - Yukon's Big Salmon River Tour - YKTravelling over 300 kilometres over the course of 15 days / 14 nights, this trip is ideal for the novice canoeist in search of wildlife encounters and spectacular Yukon scenery. The journey begins on aptly named Quiet Lake, winds down the Big Salmon River through the Salmon Mountains to the Yukon River. Hiking trips into the mountains and creek valleys can round out an exciting river journey. The tour ends in Carmacks on the Yukon River where we will part from our canoes and travel with our van via the Klondike Highway back towards Whitehorse.
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More Details: http://www.rubyrange.com/


Yukon River: Whitehorse to Carmacks (YK)
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Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug,

Cost: $1,495 CAN

Length: 8 days

Canoeing - Yukon River: Whitehorse to Carmacks - YKThis classic canoe trip down the Yukon from Whitehorse to Carmacks is specially tailored for visitors who like to travel far away from tourist routes, following the trail of the old history. Special canoeing skills are not required. The tour starts in Whitehorse on the Yukon River with the compass needle set north, and we pass many relicts of the historic gold rush of 1898. The expedition travels over 320 km on this mighty river, exploring several abandoned settlements such as Hootalinqua and Big Salmon Village. Camps are set up on the gravel & sand banks of the mighty river where one can enjoy a refreshing bath in the Yukon. Black bears are quite common in the Yukon valley and are often seen by our guests. Watch the ridges of the cliffs along the river to spot the busy mammal. Moose are numerous in the forested foothills, and bald eagles nest along the river banks. Beavers are busy getting their winter supplies in, and several times we have seen grizzly bears strolling along the shoreline.
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More Details: http://www.rubyrange.com/


North America's Largest Wilderness (NT)
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Departs: Jul,

Length: 11 Days

Canoeing - North America's Largest Wilderness - NTRemote fly-in canoe trip on a pristine tundra river in the heart of the Barren Lands of Canada's Northwest Territories. Paddle this gin-clear river hundreds of miles away from the nearest road or community. Teeming wildlife including caribou(good chance of seeing tens of thousands), muskoxen, white wolves(our specialty), moose, grizzlies and rich birdlife including peregrines, gyrfalcons, geese, swans, loons and eagles. Excellent fishing for lake trout and grayling. Warm, dry, sun-drenched summers, 24-hour daylight, green tundra hills, spectacular spruce-studded eskers, sand beaches and enormous skies. Guided by Alex Hall, wildlife biologist and the Canadian Arctic's first and most experienced canoeing guide. Operating since 1974.
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More Details: http://www.canoearctic.com/


Great Slave Lake (NT)
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Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep,

Length: Variable

Not Guided

Kayaking / Canoeing - Great Slave Lake - NTDiscover Great Slave Lake. Enjoy the Arctic midnight sun. Paddle the Hay River Harbour and visit historical sites including old churches, fishing boats and NTCL the Transportation Company that barges fuel and goods through out the north. The east arm of Great Slave Lake has lots of islands and deep clear water. Trout and Pickerel fishing is great. Great Slave Lake is also the source for the 4,200 km Mackenzie River. Great Slave Lake is the second largest lake within Canada, the fifth largest in North America and the 10th largest in the world. Let your northern adventure start in Hay River on Great Slave Lake. Day trips to multi-weeks are available.
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More Details: http://www.canoenorth.ca/


Guided 4-Day Wolf Howling Paddle (MN)
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Skill Level: Beginner - Int.

Departs: Jul, Aug,

Cost: $855/person

Length: 4 Days

Canoeing - Guided 4-Day Wolf Howling Paddle - MNAdventure On Your Next Vacation? The "CBS Early Show" and "Outside Traveler Magazine" recently showcased River Point Outfitting Co.'s guided Boundary Waters Wolf Howling canoe adventure: "Irresistible Wild-Life Viewing Trips". Paddle the Boundary Waters with the intrigue of learning more about the elusive timber wolf. Perfect time is late July-August to hear wolves. Included is the "Comfort Plus" Complete Package" with kevlar canoes. Plan on arriving in Ely the day prior to the canoe trip to allow for a wonderful tour of the famous International Wolf Center and to view resident wolves in a natural environment. Excellent prelude to your canoeing adventure!
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More Details: http://www.elyoutfitters.com/


Sea Kayak Everglades 3-5 Day Tour (FL)
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Departs: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Oct, Nov, Dec,

Cost: starting at $649.95

Length: 3-5 Days

Kayaking / Canoeing - Sea Kayak Everglades 3-5 Day Tour - FLEverglades National Park, the 10,000 Islands and the Wilderness Waterway are unique and diverse ecosystems. They are also world famous sea kayak destinations. There IS no other Everglades. Warm weather and warm waters makes the Everglades the premier winter paddling destination. Our guides are formally trained Florida Master naturalists, passionate to share our knowledge of the Park's unique, hidden-away places, its diverse eco-environment and its rich, colorful local history. Paddle amongst the largest mangrove forest in this hemisphere. Encounter, manatees, dolphins, herons, egrets, osprey, bald eagles, rosette spoonbills and sea turtles. Re-supply shuttles, radio communications and satellite phones add a level of safety that is offered by no others. But, it is the attention to detail that make your tour special. Exquisite sunrises, magnificent sunsets, playful dolphins, and curious manatees… Come share our passion.
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More Details: http://www.evergladesareatours.com/


Nahanni River Canoe Trips (NT)
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Skill Level: Int-Adv

Departs: Jun, Jul, Aug,

Cost: $1,775 - $2,700 US

Length: 10 - 21 days

Canoeing - Nahanni River Canoe Trips - NTThe greatest canoe river in the world lies high in the remote arctic mountains of Canada's Northwest Territories. The fabulous Nahanni - a National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site and the canoe adventure of a lifetime. Paddle through canyons 3000 ft deep, exciting rapids, past hot springs, rare wildlife and stunning scenery. Camp beside Virginia Falls, twice the height of Niagara. Hike to the mountain tops and the fabled Cirque of the Unclimbables. Confident paddlers can choose to descend the Rock Gardens - 50 miles of class I, II and II whitewater dropping 2000 vertical feet. We offer 5 different trips from 10-21 days for paddlers of various skill levels. Almost anyone can enjoy the Nahanni with Black Feather Adventures - leading outstanding expeditions on the Nahanni, Mountain, Natla-Keele Rivers and 50 other destinations for over 30 years.
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More Details: http://www.blackfeather.com/


Autumn Colors & Wilderness Wildlife (MN)
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Skill Level: Easy

Departs: Sep, Oct,

Cost: $1195 + tax

Length: 6 days

Canoeing - Autumn Colors & Wilderness Wildlife - MNFall in the Boundary Waters means no bugs, fewer people, warm days, cool nights, and great vistas of saturated yellows, reds, and green. Travel the BWCAW during the quiet season and see the boreal forest in all its vibrant splendor. The colors start early in September with the maples and peak with the great forests of aspen and birch in late September and early October. These reds and yellows are all offset by the beautiful dark green of the balsam, spruce, and pine with a backdrop of incredibly blue sky. With wildlife on the move in fall, chances of seeing moose, bear, otter and beaver are optimal. With some luck the howl of the wolf will sing you to sleep.
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More Details: http://www.piragis.com/


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