In 2010 Norm Hann paddled the 400km proposed tanker route. In 2012, Norm will paddle 300kms along the East Coast of Haida Gwaii from Old Masset in the north and finishing at SGang Gwaay, a UNESCO World Heritage site at the southern tip. With support from First Nations communities the crew will spend 3 weeks paddling and sailing this pristine part of the world to document what is at stake.

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Haida Gwaii, “Islands of the People,” are a remote and rugged archipelago located on the edge of the continental shelf off the northern coast of British Columbia. Known as the “Galapagos of the North,” due to it’s diverse flora and fauna these islands of great spirit, beauty and power have been home to the Haida since time immemorial. Here the Haida have carved out their existence from the riches of the forest, the intertidal seashore and the ocean. Their deep culture, traditions and artwork reflects their immense connection the lands, rivers and marine areas. These mist-draped islands contain a natural mystique built by tumultuous weather, ocean bounty, mossy forests and unexpected biodiversity.

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Depart June 5th:

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Day 1: Old Masset to Rose Spit – 50k

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Day 2: Rose Spit to Tlell- 50k

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Day 3: Tlell to Skidegate- 45k

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Day 4: Skidegate to Sandspit- 10k

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Day 5: Sandspit to Watchman Site of Skedans- 45k

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Day 6: Skedans to Watchman Site Tanu, Watchman Site Windy Bay to Limestone Cove- 55k

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Day 7: Hotsprings Watchmen Site to Burnaby Narrows- 40 km

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Day 8: Burnaby Narrows to Sgang Gwaay- 55km

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