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Bruce “Buck” Nelson Tackles the 3,300-Mile Lewis & Clark Trail by Water and Land

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Outdoor adventurer Bruce “Buck” Nelson tackled one journey of epic proportions.

He actually paddled and hiked the whole Lewis & Clark Trail.

Witness some of the incredible sights and sounds of the Lewis & Clark Trail by water and land.

When our good friend Bruce “Buck” Nelson is not home at his Alaskan cabin he is out on an adventure. This summer was one epic journey.

Buck decided on taking on the Lewis & Clark Trail by land and water. This is no little walk at your local park. It is a 3,300 mile odyssey. His own two legs and a kayak carried this tough adventurer the whole distance.

This video Bruce “Buck” Nelson shared with us is but a small glimpse into this absolutely incredible journey. What trek is on Buck’s plans now? What ever he is planning, we’re sure it will be one incredible adventure.

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Bruce “Buck” Nelson Tackles the 3,300-Mile Lewis & Clark Trail by Water and Land