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Zambezi Canoe Challenge and visit an elephant orphanage WVS has supported

Spend four days on the Zambezi River, looking out for elephants, hippos, impala, waterbuck and maybe catch a rare glimpse of a big cat! After the canoe challenge, you will return to Lusaka to visit the elephant orphanage and learn more about the work of WVS in Zambia. 2,020 more words

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The River Slea & the Kyme Eau 

First posted http://www.igreens.org.uk in 2006.

Rising on the limestone hills of Willoughby Heath the Slea flows eastwards to the Witham, changing its name to the Kyme Eau halfway.   687 more words

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New high-line version of the Broadland 15 in Duralite

The new Broadland 15 high-line comes with the following outfitting:

  • High Visibility deck lines
  • Pre-fitted rope end grabs
  • pre-laced peak UK airbags
  • Sculpted 3D yoke…
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Funny canoe moves - why?

By Martin Strunge

A good friend once told me, “When you travel, you get much greater experiences if you know the language of the country you are travelling in. 950 more words

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In search of space… Arctic Scandinavia

By Tim and Susannah Gent
For more on canoeing and camping, purchase Tim’s book, ‘Canoe Camping’.

Travel north above the Arctic Circle, along the road that skirts the wondrous indented Norwegian coast, and deception hangs innocently in the clear bright air. 2,798 more words

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Adventure Grant Delivers Opportunities as Part of Sport England Legacy Programme

Inspired Life CIC (www.inspiredlife.org) and Canoe Trail (www.canoetrail.co.uk) has been delivering an adventurous activities programme to over 50 young people across Luton and Bedfordshire as a result of a small grant from Sport England. 822 more words

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Sanctuary: Bowron Lakes, British Columbia

History
The Bowron Lakes are located in the northern Rocky Mountains 120 kms east of Quesnel in British Columbia. Originally, hunters and trappers with several cabins and lodges residing on the shores of the lakes frequented the Bowron Lakes and the surrounding forests and mountains. 3,578 more words

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