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    Default Arranging pickup on Dalton River Bridge

    Hi. Anyone who knows if Paddlers Cove in Fairbanks is up and going? I cant get hold of them. Are there any other similar companies in Fairbanks who can arrange pickup on the bridge, and rent us canoeing equipment?

    Thanks in advance!
    Martin

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    I'll bite. Where is the Dalton River Bridge. I have been North on the Dalton Hwy. many times and can not remember a Dalton River. Must be getting old.

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    I'm sure he is talking about the Yukon River bridge where the Dalton Hwy crosses the Yukon river.
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    Yea probably he is. Dalton has lots of bridges. Will be up there for several weeks next fall.

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    I would think Paddlers Cove is closed for the winter (their building is unheated and it's 40 below right now). You may have to wait for spring and contact them. Could try Beaver Sports here in Fairbanks also. GL

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    Dalton Highway Express will pick you and your canoe up at the highway and take you back to Fairbanks. http://www.daltonhighwayexpress.com/

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    beaver sports quit renting canoes after the last mishap. where are you starting from on your canoe trip?

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