Canoeing Wild Rivers: The 30th Anniversary Guide to Expedition Canoeing in North America
The 30th Anniversary Edition of the classic Expedition Canoeinghas long been considered the premier guide to canoeing and exploring North America's waterways. This thirtieth-anniversary edition expertly details everything you need to know about paddling the continent's wild rivers.
Outdoors writer and wilderness canoe guide Cliff Jacobson draws on his thirty-plus years of river running to give you sound advice, fresh new ideas, and advanced techniques for canoeing in the wilderness. Completely updated and revised, inside you'll find dozens of full-color photos, how-to illustrations, source charts, canoeing and camping tricks, a chapter full of hard-won advice from more than twenty-five of Jacobson's fellow canoeing experts, and a brand new chapter devoted to paddling desert and swamp rivers.
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16 Commercial Carriers and the Long Drive
17 Hazards and Rescue
18 Barrenland Travel
19 Desert and Tropical River Canoeing
20 Some Interesting Modern Canoe Trips
21 Mending the Tears
22 Advice from the Experts
23 A Plea for Conscience
8 Gearing Up
9 The Art of Packing
10 Canoe Tents Are Different
11 The Recipe
12 The Experts Edge
13 Navigating With Map Compass and GPS
15 The Joy of Solo Canoeing
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