This new annual publication from Canoe & Kayak Magazine features classic paddling destinations from all across North America.

Destination Guide

With the rising sun, Mt. Baker, the San Juan Islands, and the U.S. border behind them, two kayakers greet the day in the Canadian Gulf Islands.
By Joel Rogers

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Eastern United States – Where the day begins, unforgettable paddling opportunities are never-ending.

Central United States – Take all your gear to America’s heartland, where Class III rivers, Gitche Gumee, and serenading wolves are waiting for you.

Southern United States – You’ll find world-class whitewater, ocean shores, and gator-laden swamps all over the Southern United States.

Western United States -Where else can paddlers get awesome surf, see orcas up close, and run the grandest canyon river in North America?

Eastern Canada – Boaters’ bedrock, the Canadian Shield is laced with rivers and lakes and lapped by arctic seas and the icy North Atlantic.

Western Canada – Mounties, mountains, and monumental paddling are all part of the rich heritage of exploration in Western Canada’s vast wilderness.

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