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GoPro Releases HERO4

09.29.2014 //

GoPro unveiled their newest line of cameras today, the HERO4, which boasts the highest quality video and audio recording capacity in GoPro’s family of products. The line comes in two models, the HERO4 Black and HER04 Silver. According to GoPro, “the HERO4 Black delivers 2x the performance of its best-selling predecessor and now captures cinema-quality […]

Photo Essay: Packrafting Wyoming’s Absaroka Range

09.22.2014 //

This is a big, wild place. The Teton and Washakie Wildnernesses, combined with adjacent roadless areas including the southwest corner of Yellowstone National Park, comprise a 2.1 million-acre road-free wonderland. Few humans ever penetrate the heart of it.

The Party that Saved the Gauley

09.16.2014 //

Even without the bear wrestling, Gauley fans had begun to arrive in unexpectedly high numbers.

The New Americans: Michal Smolen and Fabien Lefevre

09.16.2014 //

The slalom racing veteran, Lefevre, could help mentor Smolen to the top of the world and Olympic podiums–if the elder racer doesn’t claim gold for himself.

Will the Colorado River Delta’s Green Lagoons Ever Return?

09.12.2014 //

By Kevin Fedarko “A wilderness … is hereby recognized as an area where the earth and its community of life are untrammeled by man, where man himself is a visitor who does not remain.” – The Wilderness Act of 1964 If the Wilderness Act is the body of law that is designed to protect a […]

Helen Wilson’s Guide to Painless Travel

09.11.2014 //

One of the most intimidating parts of planning a destination sea kayaking trip is just getting to the water. How will I navigate airports, taxis, and buses if I’m weighed down by my full suite of paddling gear?

Feel Good, Do Good: Find The Real Fiji

09.10.2014 //

By Kate Stepan While guiding rafts in Bali and other far-flung corners of the globe, Nate and Kelly Bricker saw plenty of what the U.S. river permit system was designed to prevent: overcrowding, overuse, and misuse by companies out to make a buck. When the Salt Lake City-based couple discovered a relatively untouched part of […]

The Empire State Strikes

09.04.2014 //

Photos and results from Beaverfest, where Labor Day kayakers celebrate New York’s best whitewater runs with two King of New York series races.

Canoe & Kayak Magazine Newsletter – September 4, 2014

09.04.2014 //

Destination Torngat | Sarah Outen Finishes Alaskan Kayak Epic | Newman Owns Stikine

Canoe & Kayak Magazine Newsletter – August 8, 2014

08.08.2014 //

Voices of Wilderness series, plus leave-no-trace gear essentials, a film debut, and a whale encounter dissected

Sage Donnelly

08.07.2014 //

Sage Donnelly is your 2014 Female Paddler of the Year!

Jamie McEwan

08.06.2014 //

The late Jamie McEwan (1952-2014) never set out to be a hero. But after bringing home an Olympic bronze medal from Munich in 1972, he helped spark a whitewater revolution.

Aleksander Doba

08.06.2014 //

Aleksander Doba takes the 2014 Expedition of the Year, as he challenged relentless storms, a broken rudder and a communications gear failure that left him isolated for 47 days during his expedition.

Janet Moreland

08.06.2014 //

Janet Moreland wins the 2014 Spirit of Adventure Award with her 3,900-mile, 223-day one-shot source to sea kayak expedition.

Team River Runner

08.06.2014 //

Team River Runner takes the 2014 Paddle with Purpose Award for offering wounded veterans a chance to improve their health, happiness and connection to nature.

Pat Keller

08.06.2014 //

Pat Keller is your 2014 Male Paddler of the Year.

Comfortable and Lightweight Camping Gear

08.01.2014 //

On a canoe trip we tested three new products from Washington’s Cascade Designs that prove comfortable lightweight camping gear don’t have to mean high price.

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