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Spring is almost here! In many parts of the country, snow is melting, ice is breaking up, and rivers long held captive by winter are free. It's time to pull the canoe out of the shed, and get it back on the water! Here are some tips from the experts...

Canoeing 101

As a lightweight option on our composite hulls, Mad River Canoe offers black powder-coated aluminum gunwales. A low-maintenance alternative to the traditional ash, aluminum gunwales that save approximately 3-5 pounds per canoe. When ordering...

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Recreation

Over the past few years, Mad River Canoe has made significant steps in the journey back to our roots with a number of aesthetic changes and the return to the original logo. We continue down this path with changes to the 2015 line that speak closely...

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Spring is almost here! In many parts of the country, snow is melting, ice is breaking up, and rivers long held captive by winter are free. It's time to pull the canoe out of the shed, and get it back on the water! Here are some tips from the experts...

Touring

As the weather gets colder, many people put their canoe in the shed for the season. However, the cold weather can create a mess for you come spring time if you don't get your boat ready for the winter. We've already talked about winterizing your...

Tripping

As the leaves begin to change and the temperatures drop, canoeists know this can be the best time to get out on the water for one last paddle. Here are four locations you could put your boat in the water for a final dip of the year. Adirondack Park...