There are heaps of things to love about paddling. You can just cruise around and take in the scenery or go hard and work on that six-pack, or maybe even a bit of both. No matter what your interests or level of fitness, there is nothing better than a day on the water in your kayak or canoe.
However, all paddlers should be aware that all activities pose a risk.
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