2020 Canoecopia Show Guide

2020 Canoecopia Show GuideCanoecopia 2020’s Show Guide has landed and is available for download on  This year, not only is Timothy giving two talks, but friend and family of Miles Paddled, Mr. Craig Charles is speaking too. Educator, author, adventurer, and the guy who literally wrote the book on Exploring Door County, you’ll no doubt be entertained by what he has to share. Below is more info on their talks. Looking forward to friends new and old at the show!

Timothy Bauer: “Adrift in the Driftless”
“Hidden in the middle of the Upper Midwest lies an ancient area that’s home to rare species, Native American effigy mounds, sinkholes, caves, cliffs, and natural spring waterfalls. Bigger than Vermont and New Hampshire combined, it’s called the Driftless Area, and is the hilly exception to the otherwise glaciated rule of relative flat. It also comprises some of the most breathtaking paddling trips in the country, including the Mississippi River, which acts as a spine connecting Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Illinois. Come join Timothy Bauer, self-confessed Driftless advocate and local author, to learn of the area’s unique charisma and myriad charms.”

Saturday, March 14, 2020
Time: 11:30am-12:15pm
Room: Quetico

Sunday, March 15, 2020
Time: 10:30am-11:15am
Room: Quetico

Craig Charles: “Afoot and Afloat along the Coastal Trail, Ontario’s Pukaskwa National Park”
“Join Craig, on an 80-mile roundtrip journey “Afoot and Afloat” along Lake Superior’s rugged and remote Pukaskwa National Park. He will share the logistics of hiking and paddling Ontario’s Coastal Trail. Park rangers say Craig and his hiking/paddling partners were the first to hike the trail to their waiting sea kayaks and paddle back to park headquarters at Hattie Cove—all on the same trip! Hear him share the adventure, the logistics, and the allure of exploring Lake Superior’s Coastal Trail “Afoot and Afloat.””

Saturday, March 14, 2020
Time: 3:30pm-4:15pm
Room: Killarney

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