Muskoka River X

OMCKRA 2016 Race of the Year
Choose Your Adventure

 

2017 MRX

Beardz Optional

 

Man on a Mission

 

Muskoka River X

Winner of Two 2014 READERS CHOICE AWARDS from Get Out There Magazine
Shortlisted for the 2015 REEL PADDLING FILM FESTIVAL WORLD TOUR
OMCKRA 2016 Race of the Year
The longest single day expedition paddling race in the world.

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MRX - Sprint
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MRX - Classic
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MRX - Coureur des Bois

Muskoka River X Sprint
September 16, 2017

Back again for 2017! Starting in Huntsville with the MRX Classic paddlers, Sprint Teams will paddle 80km over Stage 1 and 2 before ending their journey in Bracebridge. For those paddlers who want an MRX experience at a shorter distance, not needing to tackle the upriver-overnight Stages 3 and 4, or wanting to race shorter under-17’ C2 Rec canoes, the MRX Sprint is a great way to start your career in expedition paddle racing. Limited Spots Available.

Muskoka River X Classic
September 16-17, 2017

The world’s longest single day expedition paddling race is back for its fifth year. Teams paddle two rivers systems, three lakes and 20 portages for a total of 130km in less than 24 hours. The Classic is completely self-supported. That’s right, no outside assistance, no support teams and no re-supplies. Considered the toughest single day canoe race in the world, the MRX Classic is not your traditional marathon-paddling event.   Challenge your self. Your expedition is waiting ~ The 2017 Muskoka River X Classic. Limited Spots Available.

Muskoka River X Coureur des Bois
September 15-17, 2017

NOTE: Coureur des Bois distance cancelled for 2017.

The River X crew announced an expansion course to the Muskoka River X Classic in 2015. Building on the heritage of the canal expeditions of the 1800’s, the Coureur des Bois will challenge even the most experienced expedition and marathon paddlers. Teams will travel along the expedition routes of these early explorers as they traverse Algonquin Park east to west from Whitney to Oxtongue Lake. After an overnight layover at Oxtonque and using only the supplies that are carried with them, teams will then start with the MRX Classic in Huntsville on day two. The Coureur des Bois’ will complete stages 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the MRX Classic before returning to Huntsville. At approximately 220km in 48 hour or less the Coureur des Bois is entirely self supported with no re-supplies. Challenge yourself in what promises to be one of the ultimate expedition paddling races in the world ~ the 2017 Muskoka River X Coureur des Bois! Limited spots available.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Stage 1: 33.5 km
Huntsville to Baysville
MRX Stage 1 (Google Earth)
Stage 1 is primarily lake paddling. The race will start in downtown Huntsville at River Mill Park. Paddling east along the Muskoka River into Fairy Lake, teams will continue east into the canal that links Fairy and Peninsula Lakes. As teams pass the legendary Deerhurst Resort, they will continue paddling east to the take-out at Wolfbay Road. At Wolfbay Road teams will portage 1700m from North Portage (Peninsula Lake) to South Portage (Lake of Bays). From South Portage, teams will paddle 20km south on the large and expansive Lake of Bays, arriving at Baysville. Baysville is location of Checkpoint #1 and ends with a 218m portage around the Baysville dam.Consistent with seasonal weather, you may experience early morning mist or fog making navigation challenging. By the time teams reach Lake of Bays, expect the wind to have increased; head winds are common when leaving South Portage and the exposure of Lake of Bays also brings risk and challenge associate with wind and wave.

Stage 2: 45.7 km
Baysville to Bracebridge
MRX Stage 2 (Google Earth)
Stage 2 is entirely downriver. Teams will leave Baysville and paddle the South Muskoka River, arriving at the historic town of Bracebridge, the location of Check Point #2. Not only is Stage 2 the longest section of the race, it is also the most physically demanding. Included in Stage 2 are at least 11 portages ranging from a few meters to a 1283m portage around the Muskoka Falls hydro dam. The first 10km of the river will present teams with numerous opportunities to line their boats or portage over shallow, swift moving rocky rapids. The remainder of the river is wider, deep and slow moving, although the presence of westerly wind may be a factor later in the day.

Stage 1: 33.5 km
Huntsville to Baysville
MRX Stage 1 (Google Earth)
Stage 1 is primarily lake paddling. The race will start in downtown Huntsville at River Mill Park. Paddling east along the Muskoka River into Fairy Lake, teams will continue east into the canal that links Fairy and Peninsula Lakes. As teams pass the legendary Deerhurst Resort, they will continue paddling east to the take-out at Wolfbay Road. At Wolfbay Road teams will portage 1700m from North Portage (Peninsula Lake) to South Portage (Lake of Bays). From South Portage, teams will paddle 20km south on the large and expansive Lake of Bays, arriving at Baysville. Baysville is location of Checkpoint #1 and ends with a 218m portage around the Baysville dam.Consistent with seasonal weather, you may experience early morning mist or fog making navigation challenging. By the time teams reach Lake of Bays, expect the wind to have increased; head winds are common when leaving South Portage and the exposure of Lake of Bays also brings risk and challenge associate with wind and wave.

Stage 2: 45.7 km
Baysville to Bracebridge
MRX Stage 2 (Google Earth)
Stage 2 is entirely downriver. Teams will leave Baysville and paddle the South Muskoka River, arriving at the historic town of Bracebridge, the location of Check Point #2. Not only is Stage 2 the longest section of the race, it is also the most physically demanding. Included in Stage 2 are at least 11 portages ranging from a few meters to a 1283m portage around the Muskoka Falls hydro dam. The first 10km of the river will present teams with numerous opportunities to line their boats or portage over shallow, swift moving rocky rapids. The remainder of the river is wider, deep and slow moving, although the presence of westerly wind may be a factor later in the day.

Stage 3: 29.8 km
Bracebridge to Port Sydney
MRX Stage 3 (Google Earth)
Stage 3 is entirely upriver paddling. Teams will leave Bracebridge, paddle north along the North Muskoka River and arrive at the small town of Port Sydney. Although the North Muskoka River is generally wide and slower moving, expect overall padding speed to be reduced by 1-2km/hrs as a result of the current. Additional features that make Stage 3 physically demanding include 5 portages, most notably a rugged 360m, 65 vertical feet uphill portage around High Falls. Teams will also be faced with portages over the rocky faces of Balsam and Duck Chutes, both with put-ins against current. Stage 3 finishes with a 650m portage ending at the Port Sydney dam where Mary Lake feeds the North Muskoka River. As the day moves on, teams will be racing against impending darkness and the challenges associated with navigating at night.

Stage 4: 19.4 km
Port Sydney to Huntsville
MRX Stage 4 (Google Earth)
Stage 4 is a mix of flat-water lake and river paddling. Teams will depart Port Sydney and paddle north on Mary Lake to where it is fed by the North Muskoka River. Teams will paddle up-river, portaging around the Huntsville Locks and into Fairy Lake. From Fairy Lake, teams will make their way north into the Muskoka River and the Finish Line at the River Mill Park. Although stage 4 is the least demanding of the all sections, most, if not all teams will be completing stage 4 under the cover of darkness and will be navigating by headlamp, compass, and map.

MRX Coureur des Bois Stage (Day 1)
Distance: 89 km, 16 portages (4800m)
Whitney to Oxtongue Lake

NOTE: Coureur des Bois distance cancelled for 2017.

The River X crew announced an expansion course to the Muskoka River X Classic in 2015. Building on the heritage of the canal expeditions of the 1800’s, the Coureur des Bois will challenge even the most experienced expedition and marathon paddlers.  Teams will paddle the routes of the canal expeditions leaving Whitney and traveling west through Galeairy, Rock, and Whitefish Lake. After traversing Lake of Two Rivers, teams will make their way to Cache and Smoke Lake. From Tea Lake teams navigate downriver on the Oxtongue River before finishing Day One with a long and exhausting portage around the mighty Ragged Falls. With 89km and 16 portages (4800m) under their belts, the Coureur des Bois will enjoy a mandatory overnight at Oxtongue Lake. Day 2 will begin with an early morning shuttle to Huntsville where they will join the Classic and Sprint teams on the start line. Coureur des Bois teams will finish the MRX Classic Stage 1 at Baysville and continue on with Stages 2, 3, and 4. Traversing the wilderness of Algonquin Park and circumnavigating the Muskoka River system, the Coureur des Bois is truly the ultimate in backcountry expedition racing.

Stage 1: Day 2 of the MRX Coureur des Bois
Distance: 24.7 km
Dwight to Baysville
Stage 2 is lake paddling. The race will start on Lake of Bays at Dwight Beach. Paddling south, teams will join the MRX Classic teams as they come out of Portage Bay. Teams will continue south on the large and expansive Lake of Bays, arriving at Baysville. Baysville is location of Checkpoint #3 and ends with a 218m portage around the Baysville dam.Consistent with seasonal weather, you may experience early morning mist or fog making navigation challenging. Head winds are common south of Portage Bay and the exposure of Lake of Bays also brings risk and challenge associated with wind and wave.

Stage 2: Day 2 of the MRX Coureur des Bois
Distance: 45.7 km
Baysville to Bracebridge
MRX Stage 2 (Google Earth)
Stage 2 is entirely downriver. Teams will leave Baysville and paddle the South Muskoka River, arriving at the historic town of Bracebridge, the location of Check Point #2. Not only is Stage 2 the longest section of the race, it is also the most physically demanding. Included in Stage 2 are at least 11 portages ranging from a few meters to a 1283m portage around the Muskoka Falls hydro dam. The first 10km of the river will present teams with numerous opportunities to line their boats or portage over shallow, swift moving rocky rapids. The remainder of the river is wider, deep and slow moving, although the presence of westerly wind may be a factor later in the day.

Stage 3: Day 2 of the MRX Coureur des Bois
Distance: 29.8 km
Bracebridge to Port Sydney
MRX Stage 3 (Google Earth)
Stage 3 is entirely upriver paddling. Teams will leave Bracebridge, paddle north along the North Muskoka River and arrive at the small town of Port Sydney. Although the North Muskoka River is generally wide and slower moving, expect overall padding speed to be reduced by 1-2km/hrs as a result of the current. Additional features that make Stage 3 physically demanding include 5 portages, most notably a rugged 360m, 65 vertical feet uphill portage around High Falls. Teams will also be faced with portages over the rocky faces of Balsam and Duck Chutes, both with put-ins against current. Stage 3 finishes with a 650m portage ending at the Port Sydney dam where Mary Lake feeds the North Muskoka River. As the day moves on, teams will be racing against impending darkness and the challenges associated with navigating at night.View MRX Stage 3 in a larger map

Stage 4: Day 2 of the MRX Coureur des Bois
Distance: 19.4 km
Port Sydney to Huntsville
MRX Stage 4 (Google Earth)
Stage 4 is a mix of flat-water lake and river paddling. Teams will depart Port Sydney and paddle north on Mary Lake to where it is fed by the North Muskoka River. Teams will paddle up-river, portaging around the Huntsville Locks and into Fairy Lake. From Fairy Lake, teams will make their way north into the Muskoka River and the Finish Line at the River Mill Park. Although stage 4 is the least demanding of the all sections, most, if not all teams will be completing stage 4 under the cover of darkness and will be navigating by headlamp, compass, and map.

CATEGORIES

MRX: Sprint

C1 Solo - Male & Female

The same solo competitor completes the entire race on his or her own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

K1 Solo - Male & Female

The same solo competitor completes the entire race on his or her own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

SUP Solo - Male & Female

The same solo competitor completes the entire race on his or her own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

C2 Tandem - Male, Female & Co-Ed

The same pair of competitors complete the entire race on their own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

C2 Tandem Rec - Male, Female & Co-Ed

The same pair of competitors complete the entire race on their own, without any outside assistance, using the same Recreation class (length < 17 feet) watercraft.

MRX: Classic

C1 Solo - Male & Female

The same solo competitor completes the entire race on his or her own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

K1 Solo - Male & Female

The same solo competitor completes the entire race on his or her own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

SUP Solo - Male & Female

The same solo competitor completes the entire race on his or her own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

C2 Tandem - Male, Female & Co-Ed

The same pair of competitors complete the entire race on their own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

MRX: Coureur des Bois

C1 Solo - Male & Female

The same solo competitor completes the entire race on his or her own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

K1 Solo - Male & Female

The same solo competitor completes the entire race on his or her own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

SUP Solo - Male & Female

The same solo competitor completes the entire race on his or her own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

C2 Tandem - Male, Female & Co-Ed

The same pair of competitors complete the entire race on their own, without any outside assistance, using the same watercraft.

WATERCRAFT SPECIFICATIONS

Open to Canoes, Kayaks and Standup Paddle Boards provided they meet the required specifications.
Please refer to the Watercraft Specifications document.

2017 START LIST

Team NameCategoryEventBoat TypeParticipant #1 NameCityStateParticipant #2 Name
ChapmanC1 MaleMRX Classic 130km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)CanoeJamie-leigh ChapmanGravenhurstON
Half Cache FlashC1 MaleMRX Classic 130km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)CanoePatrick TurnerPrince GeorgeBC
If Not DuffersC1 MaleMRX Classic 130km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)CanoeTodd VeldhuizenWaterlooON
Keewaydin CruiserC1 MaleMRX Classic 130km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)CanoeDavid WilfongMindenON
Creek freakK1 MaleMRX Classic 130km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)KayakShawn UrbanSarniaON
muskoka X men - SUPSUP MaleMRX Classic 130km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)SUPMike CrouzatPetawawaON
TEAM KIWISUP MaleMRX Classic 130km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)SUPSam FougereNorth VancouverBC
Bart and LisaC2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeBrett KerriganOttawaONSara Kerrigan
Golden Lake CrewC2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeSebastien CourvilleGolden LakeONJennifer Courville
Push the LimitC2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeCameron SnoddonStouffvilleONEla Snoddon
That's What She Said!C2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeChris NearHuntsvilleONRebecca Francis
The BickersonsC2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeBonnie PankiwChelseaONChristoph Weber
The TASHmanian DevilsC2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeSteve VarieurHuntsvilleONNatasia Varieur
Carty-DawsonC2 Tandem FemaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeEmily CartyBracebridgeONCecily Dawson
Mother HuttersC2 Tandem FemaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeMia LeeWhitehorseYTSue Adams
Out for a ChatC2 Tandem FemaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeDeanna LavigneHuntsvilleONKelly Picken
Trip DucksC2 Tandem FemaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeJessica TaylorSt CatharinesONBeth Armstrong
Are We There Yet?C2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeTim Van MeppelenSt. ThomasONJohn Enns
Cache FlashC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeWilson PrewittPembertonBCScott
CreamerBrosC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeMichael CreamerDorvalQCMarc Creamer
Dos AmigosC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeIoan Adrian RonceaBurlingtonONGabriel Stoita
Erebus and TerrorC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeNick Head-PetersenSudburyONNick Jeeves
FredC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeTom SteadHuntsvilleONAlan Hesketh
Get-R-DoneC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeChris PeacockOrilliaONSimon Gowdy
Hustle & FlowC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoePaul AdamsWhitbyONIsaac Adams
Jay StrokenC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeConor AbrahamsOttawaONBill McGowan
Moo CanoeC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeMackenzie BuisIngersollONSteve Tait
Not Quite CousinsC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoePeter CeponisChapel HillNCChris Prater
O.D. on PaddlingC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeOliver McMillanLondonONDean Brown
Passing RincsC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeMatt KendallCaledonONBen Agro
RaveledgeC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeJohn EastmureHuntsvilleONSteve Jones
Really Incompetent Non Canoeists (RINC)C2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeNick ChauvinScarboroughONDouglas Anderson
Strokes of GeniusC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeTom PhillipsOttawaONMike De Abreu
Super Paddle BrosC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeRainer HillandLondonONSanborn Hilland
TBDC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeGlen DawsonBracebridgeONMike Vincent
The Pectoral Predators.C2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeRick RenwickWindsorONJay Near
Wolf PackC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeWilfrid McIntyreOttawaONEdouard McIntyre
AO Hap and RichardC2 Tandem MaleMRX Classic 130km - Tandem (C2)CanoeHap WilsonRosseauONRichard Harpman
Bearing in MindC1 MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)CanoeAndrew GumleyStittsvilleON
Matt's teamC1 MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)CanoeMatt EastmureHuntsvilleON
PierreC1 MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)CanoePierre MeilleurTorontoON
solo againC1 MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)CanoeMike HayesElmiraON
Team IdeC1 MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)CanoeScott IdeFraminghamMA
Team SisuK1 FemaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)KayakLara MountainYellowknifeNT
@MustokaFlippinK1 MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)KayakTrevor QuintonPort CarlingON
James PondK1 MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)KayakGergely SiposMiltonON
Paddle Forrest PaddleK1 MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)KayakMurray CassMarkhamON
Court OutdoorsSUP FemaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)SUPCourtney SinclairMansfieldQC
LysanneSUP FemaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)SUPLysanne LavigneVictoriaBC
HMS TortoiseSUP MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)SUPAllan BarnfieldLondonON
red is deadSUP MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Solo (C1, K1, SUP1)SUPMichael O'BrienSouth BurlingtonVT
Easy HuttersC2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeChristine ArcherPlattsvilleONRob Archer
Fire StrongC2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeRobert FeuerstakeSummitNJAndrea Feuerstake
His Idea/Her IdeaC2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeErin WoodwardLindsayONChris Mackey
Screaming and KickingC2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeDon StonemanCambridgeONGwyn Hayman
Siu Ling 2C2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeJack SimpsonTorontoONChristine Jonas-Simpson
Team SisuC2 Tandem Co-EdMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeSarah EvansAllistonONShawn Evans
Biffie GirlsC2 Tandem FemaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeLynette NikkelWinnipegMBJulie Masson
Momentary Lapse of ReasonC2 Tandem FemaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeSophie CoupalCantleyQCSandra Luken
Muskoka X-WomenC2 Tandem FemaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeMegan StephensonHuntsvilleONHillary Adams
The HeronsC2 Tandem FemaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeJustine BrownHuntsvilleONMadeline Horton
2 guys walk into a barC2 Tandem MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeBill BrickwoodWhitbyONJonathan Petruk
D-SquaredC2 Tandem MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeDavid CallumTorontoONDoug Morrow
Dyn-O-MiteC2 Tandem MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeBrad MaillouxWindsorONJohn Newton
Flyin RyanC2 Tandem MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeThomas RyanBarrieONThomas Ryan Sr.
JAM PaddleC2 Tandem MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeMike BenderAuroraONJohn Liversage
Pair of MedicsC2 Tandem MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeMatthew MokanskiTorontoONDesmond Fan
Team X StreamC2 Tandem MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeAndre CarriereBracebridgeONKurt Muntz
Vincent and CoulsonC2 Tandem MaleMRX Sprint 80km - Tandem (C2)CanoeBob VincentDorchesterONDean Coulson

REGISTRATION

First 30
Paddlers

# 1-30

PaddlersSolo

  • $280 Sprint
  • $380 Classic

Tandem

  • $480 Sprint
  • $580 Classic
SOLD OUT

Next 30
Paddlers

# 31-60

PaddlersSolo

  • $300 Sprint
  • $400 Classic

Tandem

  • $500 Sprint
  • $600 Classic
SOLD OUT

Next 30
Paddlers

# 61-90

PaddlersSolo

  • $320 Sprint
  • $420 Classic

Tandem

  • $520 Sprint
  • $620 Classic
SOLD OUT

Remaining
PaddlersCurrent Price

# 91+

PaddlersSolo

  • $340 Sprint
  • $440 Classic

Tandem

  • $540 Sprint
  • $640 Classic
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All prices are in Canadian Dollars (CAD). Taxes not included.

Participating OMCKRA members will receive $8 cash when they show their membership at check-in.

VIDEOS

Seeing Is Believing

2014 Official Muskoka River X Documentary

Thanks to Andy Hansen of Pure Muskoka, who produced, directed and edited this professional mini-documentary of the 2014 Muskoka River X. MRX alumnus, Chris Near of Huntsville, helped Andy get to all the spectacular locations along the course. Armed with a drone, multiple GoPro cameras and a DSLR, Andy has captured and created a captivating testament to the challenge of the Muskoka River X and those that are driven to accomplish this epic expedition paddling race.Shortlisted-Film-Logo_300x294

2013 Muskoka River X

Andy Hansen

RESULTS

2017 Results for MRX Sprint

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2017 Results for MRX Classic

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2016 Results for MRX Sprint, Classic and Coureur des Bois Day 2

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2016 Results for MRX Coureur des Bois Combined

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2015 MRX Classic

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2015 MRX Coureur des Bois

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COMBINED

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DAY 1

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DAY 2