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Kayaking on the Ottawa River
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Paddling on the Ottawa River

The Ottawa River is considered by many paddlers as one of the best places in North America for kayaking and it have been the host for different competitions like the World Cup of Free Style Kayaking 2006 and the 2007 World Kayak Championship.

Of course, none of this took place here on Bate Island at Canada's capital, but at the Pontiac region, down on its way to Quebec. Nonetheless, this is a great place for learning and training right in the middle of the city!

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Tags: sports; paddling; nautic; spring; water; gatineau
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