Congratulations to the crew and cast of Nobody’s River for being selected in Canoe & Kayak’s top 10 stories of 2014! Their inspiring story, originally published in July 2014, is timeless reading:  http://www.canoekayak.com/women-brave-asia-wildest-rivers This is the story of how four courageous women in … Continue reading

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“Thank you for helping us access remote regions of Southeast Alaska with your TRAK kayaks so we can do our conservation work.” – Mike, Field Biology Intern, Sitka Conservation Society Join TRAK in celebrating a precious piece of earth called … Continue reading

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I have recently returned from an amazing journey in my homeland of New Zealand and, as it often is with my journeys, the trip was orientated around kayaking and filming. My goal on this trip was to explore the paddling … Continue reading

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At TRAK Kayaks, we are setting some amazing journeys in motion and are equally blessed by the incredible people and experiences that are seeming to show up at a rampant pace. When we launched our Seeker ST 16 kayak, we … Continue reading

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by Peeter Lass – Harju, Estonia All images ©2014 Peeter Lass used by permission. My story with TRAK started around a half a year ago during what is normally a strange time of year, late autumn, in Estonia. Typically, people stop … Continue reading

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Canoecopia is a very well-run and well-attended paddling expo, and it’s held in Madison, Wisconsin! Darren and his team run one of the best events of its kind in the world. The staff from Rutabaga are about the friendliest, most … Continue reading

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Written by Allie Carroll, TRAK Owner/Pilot, Vancouver Another Olympic games has come to a close. For Canada, it has been every bit as enthralling as the games hosted on home soil four years ago, and our Sochi medal count reflects … Continue reading

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By Keith Braun. All images ©2014 Keith and Anne Braun used by permission. It may sound cliché, but opposites truly do attract!  When you think about it in terms of a magnet attracted to metal it seems pretty simple.  When … Continue reading

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We received an order from a new customer in France last Monday. We shipped his two new kayaks from our TRAK HQ in Canada on Tuesday. FedEx delivered them to Jean in France on Friday. Then Jean set them up in his … Continue reading

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With family there’s no real distance that separates. We are all related in a family,whether we’re in the next room or in our case, 11,000 km (7,000 miles) away! That’s the distance between TRAK HQ in Airdrie, Alberta, in Canadian … Continue reading

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