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Off the grid: The inclusive luxury of space

If it were not for my collection of puffy down jackets and a secret collection of designer shoes, one might consider me a bit of a minimalist. Particularly when it comes to outdoor and backcountry adventures, where nothing really seems worth the trouble of carrying.

A Mackenzie River solo misadventure

Join the Spokane Canoe and Kayak Club at its general meeting as Janet Breuer shares her experience and lessons learned on the Mackenzie River on Nov. 25 from 7-9 p.m. at Mountain Gear Corporate Headquarter (6021 E. Mansfield Ave.)

Kayaking Canada’s Bunsby Islands

Join the Spokane Canoe and Kayak Club as John McKee describes a kayak trip to the Bunsby Islands in British Columbia, Canada.

Quetico answers canoe paddler’s quest for wild time

If you love to camp, fish and paddle a canoe, Quetico fulfills your wildest dream. Some 6,000 lakes, 32 waterfalls and 4,467 islands are waiting to be explored only by wind or muscle power. And that’s only half of the picture.

Canoeing Quetico

Canoeists paddle and portage eight days to camp and fish among the 6,000 lakes in the wilderness of Ontario's Quetico Provincial Park.

Families can try out kayaks, SUP at Paddle, Splash & Play

PADDLING – Paddling is a good thing for children as it’s applied each year by the Spokane Canoe & Kayak Club. The club’s 56th annual Paddle, Splash & Play, a free kids’ and family event, is set for 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 5,...

Easy Paddler: 6 choice flatwater trips near Spokane

With summer temperatures soaring, the Spokane-area’s wealth of water routes are suddenly more attractive. Even less-active people who don’t own a canoe, kayak or stand-up paddle board can get the urge to venture onto a lake or stream when the thermometer reads 85 or higher.