4 things you must have to enjoy Winter paddling

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4 things you must have to enjoy Winter paddling

WINTER PADDLING Wetsuit or drysuit? The NRS neoprene clothing is supreme in its simplicity, bottling in the body heat while still leaving room to layer jackets and other insulation on top.  The neoprene acts as an evaporation barrier, allowing a … Read More

First Tuesday Night Race #3 – EVER!

So a while ago we promised that we would be featuring some of our racers first Tuesday Night Race – this week we’re going all the way back to the FIRST Tuesday Night Race…although it was on a Wednesday back … Read More

Paddling in Howe Sound – Norm Hann

It is always a privilege to hear someone talk about something they are a) very knowledgeable about, and b) very passionate about. Norm hit both of these out of the park on Thursday evening at our packed night celebrating paddling … Read More

Spring Wildlife in Deep Cove

You know it’s Spring when the sound of birdsong is the first sound you hear in the morning instead of the pounding rain on your roof! We know it’s Spring at Deep Cove Kayak because of all the wildlife that … Read More

First Tuesday Night Race – #1

As it was the start of our 20th Race Season last night, we thought we’d start off a series of blog posts focussing on some racers’ first races. This first one will give anyone who’s never raced before an idea … Read More

Paddle Canada Level 1

Paddle Canada Level 1 Skills Course

Paddle Canada was formed in 1971 to help co-ordinate non-competitive canoeing and kayaking across Canada. Their mission statement is To promote recreational paddling instruction, safety and environmental awareness to all Canadians, and to that end, we offer the Paddle Canada … Read More

Justine Curgenven

Justine Curgenven – Kayaking the World!

The last time that Justine Curgenven came to speak at Deep Cove Outdoors, we had a sell out crowd for her talk on Paddling the Aleutian Islands. This talk was no different, and surprisingly, most people I talked to hadn’t … Read More

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