Sea Kayaking


What to Wear Cold Weather Paddling

It’s starting to get chilly, and I know you’re thinking, it is time to pack away the boat for the season. Well, you’ll miss the best paddling season of the year. Watching the leaves change, and enjoying the peace and quiet from the seat of your canoe, kayak, or stand up paddle board, is magical…. Read More

#TrailheadTips: Boat Storage

The seasons are changing, and the cold wind will start to blow in thoughts of storing your canoe, kayak or SUP for the winter months. Now is the perfect time to start thinking about prepping for winter and storage for your canoe, kayak or SUP, (Stand Up Paddleboard) for winter, or a year-round storage solution…. Read More

#TrailheadTips: Paddling with your Pooch

We all love paddling across a sparkling lake in the summer, now imagine doing that with Doggo by your side.  Bringing your pooch on a paddling trip can be a tricky endeavour. We created a quick guide for making it as easy as possible: You’re equipped with a lifejacket, water bottle and sunscreen, and your… Read More

A Kayak Trip On The Rideau Canal

Paddling the Rideau Canal by Tim Morch Take note: the Rideau Canal is definitely worth paddling. It is relatively easy, with easy access to supplies along the way. There is camping at every lock for only $4.90. The camping rate was correct as of 2012, but recent budget cuts to Parks Canada funding may change… Read More

Sea Kayak The Philippines: The Palawan Experience

Paddling Palawan – Sea Kayaking in the Philippines by: Tim Morch An incredibly clear, multi-hued blue sea dotted with dozens of islands distracted me from my attempt to assemble my Feathercraft Wisper XP kayak.  My eyes kept scanning Bacuit Bay, just outside El Nido, on the northwest end of Palawan Island.  Striking karst formations that… Read More