Who doesn’t like to canoe? Whether a person wants a relaxing day on the water or an exhilarating experience in the outdoors, canoeing has something to offer everyone. Many people assume they know everything there is about paddling a canoe. Unfortunately, this attitude leads to a lot of details simply getting overlooked. These resources will help you learn all of those things you never knew you didn’t know about paddling a canoe.
Most people have been in a canoe at one time or another. For that reason, it is a common misconception that there is nothing to know about how to paddle a canoe. This is unfortunate as the proper technique can lead to less soreness and more efficient handling of a canoe on the water. This section is designed to help you with those overlooked, yet essential, details of paddling a canoe.
- How to Canoe
- The Anatomy of a Stroke
- Learn to Properly Hold a Canoe Paddle
- Paddling Efficiency
- Learn the Forward Stroke
- Learn the Canoe J-Stroke
- Learn the Canoe Draw Stroke
Everyone knows that you need a paddle to go canoeing. But what else is needed? And not only what else is needed, but how do you pick out all of that equipment? These articles will help you on your way to your next canoe or canoe equipment purchase.
- Essential Canoe Equipment
- Choosing a Canoeing Paddle
- 10 Safety Items to Have and Wear While Canoeing
- Canoe Gear Storage Tips
- Gear to Bring on an Overnight Canoe Trip
- Overnight Canoe Trip Gear Checklist
- How to Put On a PFD
- How to Pack a Rope Bag
- Anatomy of a Whitewater Helmet
- Olympic Canoe/Kayak Gear and Competition
There is so much to enjoy about the sport of canoeing besides the actual paddling of a canoe. Sure, people paddle canoes for relaxation or exercise but what other reasons do people go canoeing? These articles will help you enjoy the other aspects of the sport of canoeing that are there for you to take part in and enjoy.