Expedition leaders and founders local based, Canoe Trail, Richard Harpham and Ashley Kenlock are no stranger to canoe adventures and expeditions. They have covered over 11,500 miles and canoed many iconic locations particularly in North America and Canada. Their adventures have regularly been featured in various media outlets and at national shows and they regularly give talks at local schools, Scout groups and corporate events so they are no stranger to sharing their stories.
This Tuesday, 26th Jan between 7 and 8 pm (including some time for questions), you can join their inspiring and action packed adventure talk webinar – Up a Creek Without a Paddle – Tales from the Wilderness. Joining the adventure is completely FREE but you will need to register via the following link Tales from the Wilderness beforehand.
So grab a drink, get your PJs on and settle onto the Zoom to enjoy the adventures and hair-raising moments! Featuring stories of incredible wildlife, including bears, wolves, and lynx and even covering some bloopers and other misadventures along the way.
This first talk on 26th Jan 2021 is focussed on their Canadian Wilderness expeditions including the Yukon River, Ontario, Temagami and the North Seal River Expedition to map the river in Manitoba
Talks are all FREE but don’t forget to register!
Rich and Ash will be sharing stories from canoe trips on the Yukon River (8 different expeditions) from the trail head to Circle Alaska, North Seal River and some of other Canadian wilderness trips. Highlights include 10 mins with a wild lynx, Northern Lights, running huge rapids, getting stranded and even racing the Yukon from Whitehorse to Dawson in under 60 hours.
Save the Date: Tuesday 9th February 2021
Canoe Trails next talk will be by Helen Reeves, Olympic Kayaking Medalist and BBC commentator on Tuesday 9th February 2021. Tune in for Helen’s inspirational talk about her Olympic journey and life after the Olympics…