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What to wear for Camping in Canada

If you’re planning a holiday in Canada that involves camping or staying in an RV, in one of Canada’s scenic national parks, you might want some tips on what clothing will work best for your holiday. I don’t know about you, but whe...
by Heather on her travels on Aug 2, 2016

Photo of the Day: Canoeing at Lac Beauvert

Canoeing during the sunset hours at Lac Beauvert by the Jasper Fairmont Hotel Resort in Jasper National Park.Canoeing during the sunset hours at Lac Beauvert Photo by Jennie YuenPosted by Jennie Yuen on Sunday, November 22, 2015My Flickr Album50...
by Jen's Blog of Random Thoughts on Nov 22, 2015

Channel Islands Kayaking Santa Barbara, California

RealAdventures Channel Islands Kayaking Santa Barbara, California Kayaking & Canoeing Only 90 miles from one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world rests an ancient island chain known as the Channel Islands. It is a world renown kayak...
by Eden Virtual Travel on Jul 9, 2015

A Canine Crime Caper

A crime of passion occurred in our house last Sunday. The result of a love so strong she would risk everything including her health and her place in society. The best of the beasts crafted and succeeded in pulling off this caper. But which beast? It...
by Susie Lindau's Wild Ride on Jun 24, 2015

Loving Winter at Carnaval de Quebec

This past weekend Sam and I took a little trip to Quebec City to take part in Carnaval de Quebec – the biggest winter festival in Canada! This is an event that I’ve wanted to attend for years, so I was thrilled to finally have the chance...
by That Backpacker on Feb 11, 2015

Cross Canada Canoe Expedition

Cross Canada Canoe Expedition “By documenting this cross country journey on film and in photographs will be able to capture Canada’s awesome beauty and allow others to see it, fall […] The post Cross Canada Canoe Expedition appeared fir...
by Canada EH Travel Blog on May 25, 2014

Australia: February 16-19, 2012

Murray River & Echuca & Barmah Lake Campanoeing: canoeing and stopping at different locations each night to set up camp Day 1: seeing lightning strike a few metres away from the bus at the drop-off point Capsizes, flies, mud Sunset: when ever...
by Travelling With YeoMomma on Apr 7, 2014

Top 3 Waterfalls Western / Northern Canada

  TOP 3 WATERFALLS in CANADA 2014 Traveler’s Choice Awards Top 3 Waterfalls Western / Northern Canada Back to 2014 Traveler’s Choice Award Winners Waterfalling Western / Northern Canada Waterfalls […]The post Top 3 Waterfalls W...
by Canada EH Travel Blog on Feb 15, 2014

Canoing in Ujung Kulon Banten Indonesia

Your voice chased away! Ujung Kulon National Park located in Banten, Indonesia is a  western most extension of Java. Ujung Kulon offers tour, adventure, tracking to the Jungle of Rain Forest Ujung Kulon and… Read More →...
by Indonesian Backpacker on Jan 23, 2014

Canoeing the Continent: Week 20-21 Blog

This week began with the decision we never wanted to make. With the wind direction changing and the weather worsening, winter began to hit the Black Sea and it became too dangerous for our canoe. Combined with a problematic border crossing, that was...
by Tibs News on Nov 27, 2013

Canoeing the Continent: Week 19 Blog

After 136 days of canoeing the continent, now more than ever we do not know what to expect when we get up in the morning. Eating cereal by the light of a head torch, we have come to expect nothing but another day of new experiences along the Bulgaria...
by Tibs News on Nov 15, 2013

Canoeing the Continent: Week 18 Blog

This week began and ended in much the same way, with a long and arduous walk. On the first day we trekked along a busy dual carriageway to our launch spot on the Black Sea coast. Here we spent the afternoon making good miles on the water in thick mis...
by Tibs News on Nov 9, 2013

Canoeing the Continent: Week 16/17 Blog

574km were canoed in ten days this ‘week’. This week we finished the Danube, entered Romania, paddled the length of the Canal of Death and made it to the Black Sea. Next week we hope to start canoeing towards Istanbul. Ironically, we make...
by Tibs News on Oct 30, 2013

Canoeing the Continent: Week 15 Blog

This week the power of nature and the mighty Danube river came to the fore as we canoed through dramatic scenery in equally dramatic weather. We left Belgrade bound for the Bulgarian border but as we began the river started to slow and the wind picke...
by Tibs News on Oct 19, 2013

Canoeing the Continent: Week 14 Blog

97 days in and we’re hopefully three quarters of the way to Istanbul. From Budapest to Belgrade, a total of 480km on the Danube, it’s been the longest week we’ve ever had and one of the most demanding. Leaving Budapest we saw the we...
by Tibs News on Oct 8, 2013

Settlers of Catan: Camping Edition

I had a great time camping out in Voyageurs National Park in Northern Minnesota a few weeks ago with a couple of friends. For those of you who don’t know, Minnesota has a crap ton of lakes. Even it’s lakes have… Continue Reading &#...
by Jack of All Geek on Oct 1, 2013

Canoeing the Continent: Week 13 Blog

This week’s planning has been governed by cities as, instead of paddling then finding a rest place, we have had places that need seeing and a week of canoeing between them. We’ve visited three capital cities in less than a week: Vienna, t...
by Tibs News on Sep 30, 2013

Canoeing the Continent: Week 12 Blog

This week we covered the 300kms from Passau, in eastern Germany; to Vienna, on the other side of Austria, in just five days. We initially prepared for a six-day week, but actually arrived at lunchtime on the fifth day. While I’d like to say tha...
by Tibs News on Sep 23, 2013

Canoeing the Continent: Week 11 Blog

This week any holidaying atmosphere that remained was obliterated. The length and difficulty of our trip was brought to the fore by rain that came in a steady, week-long burst. Each day we awoke hoping it may be better. We unzipped the damp tent to p...
by Tibs News on Sep 17, 2013

Canoeing the Continent: Week Ten Blog

And so after 68 days on tour, we have passed another milestone: our 14 days on our Main river are up. Aside from the puns, finishing this river is a pretty big thing for the expedition. The Main river was our last upstream river and not one that is f...
by Tibs News on Sep 8, 2013


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