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Training / Courses
One of the great things about paddling is that it’s extremely hard to get bored! The more you paddle, the more your skills will develop and the safer you will be on the water. But if you do feel like you’ve become stuck in a rut, one of the best ways to improve your canoeing experience and make the most of your time on the water is to... More Info
The best paddlers learn from others mistakes. Join a range of skilled paddlers in organized activities that range from short inland trips all the way to coastal over night trips. The Fundy Paddlers Club's Kayak Tripping program provides trip leaders for all it's sanctioned... More Info
The Canoeing program that has evolved since 2007 has become diverse. The root component was ‘day tripping’, aimed at exploring the forty to fifty odd unique sections of rivers and creeks of the Fundy Region.
But the program now includes other elements, and a supporting Training Initiative (see Training Program) meant to help... More Info
Canadian Style Canoe (Dance)
Canoe Dance is choreographing canoe freestyle paddling or Canadian classic paddling moves to music on water. It can be done with tandem or solo canoes. Canoe Dance is precision boat control and can be used in any paddling form on both moving water or flat water. All you need is a kneeling pad, a paddle and... More Info
A few FPC members are currently creating a camera/photo corner where members will be invited to send their favorite photos taken on the water. At season end, the photo club will host a photo contest... More Info
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The Fundy Paddlers Club Safety and Cold Water Preparedness Committee focuses on a wide range of safety related topics through publications, documents and presentations. Volunteers are welcome to join the committee to assist with cold water gear demos and... More Info