|2 - 10 players|
|average 90 minutes|
|Published in 1988|
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In the late 1900s, the first Canadian lumberjack challenge took place. The race starts at the shore of the river, where many fallen trees lie. The Lumberjacks run over these, topple a tree, and race back. The first to return wins. Most of the movement is completed by rolling dice and using pips for movement. The dangers of crossing the logs are represented via cards. Players who suffer too much damage must rest, before continuing.
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