Paddling Chance Cove

Mike, Marian, and I had another fabulous paddling day recently. We set out from Chance Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador and paddled to Rantem and then returned to Chance Cove. We departed from the government wharf, along with many folks headed out to catch cod during the food fishery. We looked across the bay to the popular Chance Cove hike, know for its stunning beauty. Unbeknownst to most hikers, is that the coastline opposite them is equally beauteous-but only accessible via boat, kayak, or bushwhack.

It’s a fairly protected paddled from the prevailing SW wind but typically, you’ll be paddling home against a headwind (this has happened every time I’ve paddled here). It wouldn’t be the best place to paddle in the NE or N wind but choose a day with low or good direction winds, and stunning paddling is yours. Enjoy.

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1 Response to Paddling Chance Cove

  1. Jill Upton says:

    Tell me some things that are NOT so good about living where you do! (smile) Gosh, it just seems to be an adventurer’s paradise! Surely, there are some “downers!? You are, obviously, a “glass-half-full” girl! Just envious! Beautiful pics.

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