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3 – 4 days 43km’s (+/-) 6 portages Longest Portage: 550m Difficulty: Intermediate to Moderate The Trip Begins Although the Region of Temagami had been under wet weather conditions for well over a week, it was not going to dampen our enthusiasm to get out on our first real backcountry canoe trip of the season.Continue reading “Wasaksina, Driftwood Lake Loop, Temagami”
This week on Canoehound’s Outdoor Adventure Show we will be joined by Co-founder Gord Baker, Canadian Author of “Once Around Algonquin” Kevin Callan and the current record holders of the fastest unsupported circuit of the Meanest Link, Chris and Julia Prouse. The meanest Link is a 420km (261 mile) canoe route that was created toContinue reading “The Meanest Link Canoe Route”
To gain knowledge is a great thing that we should never stop doing. This past Tuesday May 11, 2021, I was honored to interview an America Paddling Legend, Cliff Jacobson. Cliff is the Author of and has written and published 17 books. He has written countless articles and he has presented his knowledge at hundredsContinue reading “American Paddling Icon Cliff Jacobson joins Canoehound Outdoor Adventure Show”
It does not happen very often, but Canoehound will be the featured guest on the Popular USA Podcast and Live Stream, The Camping Show. Hosted by C.W. Goetz from C.W. Goetz Outdoors and Jesse Free, the show is a fun evening full of information, topics and tips from professionals in the outdoors community. The showContinue reading “Canoehound to be a featured guest on “The Camping Show” and Podcast”
On May 4th, 2021 Canoehound’s Outdoor Adventure Show will feature 6 young men who undertook a canoe journey of a lifetime. In an effort to raise money for Food Banks Canada they set out on a 60 day, 2000kn canoe trek across the vast Ontario wilderness. Starting in Armstrong, Ontario and ending in Ottawa, theContinue reading “Canoe for Covid”
So you want to go camping in the backcountry… Where do you start? Well you can just pack a bunch of stuff, point at a map and go camping and have the worst time of your life… OR!!!, you can learn the proper way to get out there and enjoy all that nature has toContinue reading “Backcountry Camping for Beginners”
Well, after 4 days of editing and months of procrastinating. Canoehound Adventures YouTube channel now has a new channel trailer. It is a vastly updated short video that harnesses clips from trips and adventures from the past year. The goal of this intro video is also to let people know about Canoehound’s Outdoor Adventure Show,Continue reading “New Channel Trailer Video Just Launched”
Well another one is in the books. On the eve of March 31, 2021, Canoehound Adventures streamed our first Members Only Live Stream as an added perk for channel members. It was so nice to put faces to so many of the names I see in the chat during the weekly shows. It was aContinue reading “1st Members Only Live Stream and Winner of the Huge Swag Prize”
On March 30th, Canadian Voyageur Mike Ranta is slated to be the special guest Canoehound’s Outdoor Adventure Show. Mike and his dog Spitzy have embarked on some epic canoe trips that have taken him across Canada on 2 separate occasions. He has amassed many stories of his experiences along the way. His charismatic, high energyContinue reading “Canadian Voyageur Mike Ranta to be on Canoehound’s Outdoor Adventure Show.”
In April of 2020, Ontario Parks implemented a 2 year pilot fee structuring system for select backcountry Provincial Parks that follows the lead of their car camping fee structure. The old system was a fee system that was a pay per person, per day and the new pilot system is a flat rate per campsite,Continue reading “Ontario Parks Backcountry Camping, Pilot Fee Structuring System. Is it Fair for Everyone?”
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