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BBX Canoe Tripping Tips: Traversing a Beaver Dam

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Published on Apr 18, 2013

While canoeing in the backcountry, you surely will end up face-to-face with a beaver dam. Beaver dams can range from small stacks of sticks where the water passes right through, to massive two-foot high mud walls. The trick is how do you get from one side of the dam to another without dumping the canoe? Watch this video to see a demonstration on the recommended way to traverse a Beaver Dam.

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