Category Archives: Paddling

Introductory Safety Course

This course offers you a way to get an “immersion” sea kayak experience in a short amount of time.  Additionally, we require that all renters pass our safety course before they can go out. What does the course entail? Why … Continue reading

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Romans’ Point

Cornucopia Wisconsin is the closest town to the most visited part of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore; The Mawikwe Bay sea caves. What isn’t as well known is that just to the west lies another beautiful cliff and cave formation … Continue reading

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Feathered vs. Un-feathered Paddles

I started whitewater kayaking in 1991, and at that time paddles had a 90 degree “set”, otherwise known as a feather. No one asked any questions. Example of straight or non-feathered blade, vs. 90 degree feather, or “set”. I started … Continue reading

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Sea Caves Trip – 1/2 Day vs. Full Day

Our most popular trip in the Apostle Islands is to the sea caves near Cornucopia, via Meyers beach. This area is known as the “mainland sea caves” (There are other caves located out in the islands also.) Our guests often … Continue reading

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Choosing A Stand Up Paddleboard

Stand Up Paddleboards or “SUP’s” are a relatively new addition to the paddle-craft buyers market. As a paddler with over 20 years of experience, I can tell you a few things that you won’t hear from the retail stores or … Continue reading

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Paddler health – a winter venture

To put it simply, if you’re a paddler you are starting to get ready for the “season” which for us in the north starts when the ice goes out in April. First the rivers flood, then the lakes open up. … Continue reading

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