Think of it this way: you have 24 hours of light. You can kayak for 12, hike for 5, take a nap for 1 hour, and still get a good night's sleep!
Not on Bowron Lakes Canoe Circle, where you start and finish at the same point. Unless you're Escher, you must climb a bit before you set down the river and the lake, don't you think? And so portage is an essential part of the trip, where your canoe gets to be the spoiled one.
3. There are no Mosquitoes in the Arctic (or sub-Arctic) because it's all frozen up.
4. Nobody in their right mind will jump from a ship into a Zodiac over the Arctic Ocean
Oops - I missed the Zodiac!
5. There's no Joe's Cafe on Ellesmere Island
But there's Jaw's Cafe! What else is a whale's jaw good for, if not decorating an Arctic cafe?
7. The crew and guides on Arctic trips are those tough, rough, crazy Russian or Canadian Macho Males
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