Fort Clatsop was the final encampment for the Corps of Discovery before their return trip east. Perhaps the greatest canoe-powered endeavor of the new world, the Corps of Discovery traveled from St. Louis, MO to the coast of the Pacific in present day Oregon. Led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark it was an over two year perilous canoe journey, mapping and exploring the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase. Fort Clatsop was their winter HQ from Dec. 1805 until spring and their departure home.
This design is painted on Sanborn's Voyageur Heritage Paddle. With an elegantly traditional blade shape these are graceful in and out of the water. They’re perfect for lazy turns around the lake or for gracing the wall of your cabin. Each is a laminated combination of western red cedar, aspen and black walnut.
This high grade solid brass compass is the perfect tool for any outdoor expedition. Just clip on to your backpack, jacket zipper, or lanyard and begin your adventure.
Light your way with the classic Barebones Forest Lantern. Rechargeable Li-Ion batteries put out 325 lumens of warm light for up to 4 hours. Keep the light setting on low and the Forest Lantern will glow for 80+ hours. Enclosed in a steel body, the Forest Lantern will never be hot to the touch. And when technology calls, you can charge your accessories via built-in USB. As seen in Travel + Leisure.
Stay light on your feet when you head out with the Pathfinder. An adjustable shoulder strap and removable liner make it a great travel companion