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Introduction and History
|The next step is the trip up the Red Wine River, shown by
the green dots on the map below.
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The Red Wine quickly becomes a swift flowing river and you must line your canoe up it, staying on the insides of the meanders. For the first 16 kilometres, it is possible to walk on the riverbank and in the shallows, stepping carefully from rock to rock and boulder to boulder, paddling to the other side at the switchbacks.
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