Paddling Adventures

The Ultimate Rocky Mountain Road Trip

The Rocky Mountains are by far the most popular destination for visitors, both from and to Canada. The National Parks that straddle these majestic peaks; Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Yoho are considered the Crown Jewels of the Parks Canada park system. With so much to see and do, where do you begin? Here are a few useful hints and trip …

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Trip Planning with BRMB Maps Adventure Layers

With the most detailed maps of Canada, eleven different outdoor activities/adventures broken down into 99 separate layers, including overlays for Crown land in nine provinces and resource & recreation roads across Canada, BRMBmaps web and mobile apps make it easy to plan your next outdoor adventure. BRMB Adventures include Backroad Attractions, Fishing, Hunting, Paddling, Parks, Recsites, Trails, ATV (OHV), Snowmobile, …

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Best of Manitoba Canoeing

– Guest Post by John Rivers – Manitoba is known for its beautiful landscape of lakes, rivers, mountains and forests. Manitoba has a lot to offer during the summer months, including hiking, biking and camping. However, sometimes it is best to get away from the trails and relax on the open waters. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a Manitoba …

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Canoeing Trips for Beginners

– Guest Post by John Rivers – It’s Time to Explore the Outdoors! With the weather cooling down and fall in full swing, it’s time to fit in one last paddle of the year. This fall, if you’re looking for something new to add to your outdoor adventure bucket list, consider canoeing! A wonderful way to connect with nature and explore …

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Washington’s Top 10 Paddling Routes

Whether on the ocean, on a lake or in a river or creek, canoers and kayakers have a lot of incredible paddling routes to choose from in Washington State. To get you acquainted with your options, here are 10 great paddles in Washington!

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Canoe Tripping With the BRMB Crew

  Found to the east of the small, gold-rush era towns of Wells and Barkerville, the Bowron Lakes offer a legendary canoe trip that, while celebrated among paddlers, can be quite daunting to those not used to extended lake travel. Covering 118 km (73 mi), including 10 km (6.2 mi) of portages, the circuit can test the mettle of any …

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BRMB’s Top 11 Saskatchewan Paddling Adventures

Saskatchewan is famous for its epic paddling routes, particularly in the north. However, paddlers all across the province have a variety of exciting waterways to explore. Here are our picks for the top 11 paddling routes to check out across Saskatchewan.

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Backroad Mapbooks – Your Ultimate Guide to Canoeing and Kayaking Canada

Off New Brunswick’s Atlantic Coast, the waters of the Bay of Fundy captivate sea kayakers from around the world. Rising and falling as much as 15 metres (50 ft) throughout the course of a day, the tides have carved intricate patterns out of the rocky shore, allowing paddlers to navigate through tunnels and narrow passageways below flowerpot rock formations. In …

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Nine Bucket List Paddling Routes in Northern Canada

Northern Canada is home to some of the world’s largest remaining expanses of unbroken wilderness. With few roads running through the area, travel by water is often the only way to access this breathtaking backcountry. From the long-distance river routes of the Yukon to the white water of the Northwest Territories and the incredible sea kayaking of Nunavut, paddlers in …

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BRMB Navigator and GPS Maps – Your Guide to Canada’s Most Incredible Canoeing and Kayaking Adventures!

Home to an endless network of lakes, rivers and streams, Canada is a paddler’s heaven. In the Yukon, river paddlers can travel for weeks through some of the world’s most pristine watersheds. On BC’s pacific coast, ocean kayakers can explore some of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on the planet, brimming with wildlife including whales, seals and porpoises. In Ontario, …

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Canoeing and Kayaking through Northern British Columbia and the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Home to vast stretches of undeveloped wilderness, the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast and Northern BC regions offer some of the best canoeing and kayaking opportunities in the country. From the raging white water of remote glacial-fed rivers to quiet tree-lined lakes, hidden coastal channels and rocky islands home to colonies of seals and seabirds, the northern parts of British Columbia are …

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