14' 6"
Width (in)
Weight (lb)

Trillium Options

  • 28 lb
    Carbon Composite
  • 26 lb
    Kevlar/aramid Composite
  • 39 lb
    Innegra Composite
  • 36 lb
    Innegra Composite

    Trillium Description

    The Trillium is a canoe brought to you by Northstar Canoes. Read Trillium reviews or submit your own review to share with the paddling community. Check out a few other canoe recommendations below or explore all canoes to find the perfect one for you!

    Trillium Specs and Features

    • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
    • Seating Configuration: Solo
    • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
    • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult

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    Trillium Reviews

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    Ah, the Trillium. Not for…

    Submitted by: Snarvol on 9/8/2021

    Ah, the Trillium. Not for first time paddlers, it’s a tad tender. But for a more experienced paddler it’s a dream. Very responsive to the paddle. Able to easily handle moving water through class 2.
    The Northstar web site is pretty conservative in its specs. I weigh 210 dresses, with a weeks camp, food, etc the gross weight in the Trillium is over 270 lbs. with this weight on board it draws just 2.75” inches of water. The differential rocker makes eddy turns a snap and it responds quickly to River currents.

    1. I wonder why the web site cut off the last half of my review… bummer.

    In my view the Trillium is an…

    Submitted by: TomL on 7/16/2020
    In my view the Trillium is an exceptional solo canoe. It paddles effortlessly and seems as fast as my Merlin II yet it is significantly more maneuverable than the Merlin II. I don't think there's anything else quite like it on the market. It shares the seaworthiness of the Merlin II and larger Northwind Solo. I owned a Northwind Solo before the Trillium was available and although I generally prefer a larger solo in this case I much prefer the Trillium for it's quickness, maneuverability and generally more sporty character. If the Trillium was available years ago I might not have owned so many solos over the years.

    Have been out on the water…

    Submitted by: roaduck on 7/3/2020
    Have been out on the water only a few times, but my experience with canoe was has been great. Very light, easy to load & unload from car, easy to portage. In the water it is a pleasure to paddle, and faster than I thought it would be. I use both a single and a double paddle while paddling. Handles great with both.