Stats from the Yukon 1000 below…. Not just stats, also a chance to see our wiggly line through the immensely braided Yukon Flats (the last 3 days). In case you don’t paddle big rivers yourself – we kept moving from side to side so that we could find the fastest flowing water. 9 times out of . . . → Read More: Strava stats from the Yukon 1000
Emily and I recently paddled the Yukon 1000 Canoe and Kayak Race. Writing about it is going to take a little while but, in the meantime, here are some photos…
Thanks to Ainsworth Paddles and Clipper Canoes for helping us out with excellent kit!
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In a couple of days, Emily and I will fly out to Canada to race the Yukon 1000 Canoe and Kayak Race. It is 1000 miles from Whitehorse, in Northwest Canada, to the Dalton Highway in Alaska. We will be using a Clipper Jensen WWII Canoe. We’ll pick up the canoe when we get there. After . . . → Read More: Back to The Yukon (this time, with a paddle)
Over the Easter weekend, Emily and I paddled the Devizes to Westminster Canoe Race. 125 miles, 77 portages, and no sleep. (Strava track here)
It was a whole different experience to racing bikes – a lot of it was type 2 fun (don’t know what type 2 fun . . . → Read More: Devizes to Westminster Canoe Race
I have recently been appreciating good side of living on The Thames. I get out on it in a kayak or canoe pretty regularly, I run along it, I laugh when the bus announces the stop near my house as “The Thames Riviera”. So it seemed like an appropriate way for Emily and I to . . . → Read More: New Year’s Eve Canoe Trip