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An Impromptu Source-to-Sea Paddle Down on the Mississippi River

An Impromptu Source-to-Sea Paddle Down on the Mississippi River

Story by Eric J. Wallace  Photos by Bruce “Buck” Nelson Early in the summer of 2001, having completed his 2,168 mile solo-hike of the Appalachian Trail two months earlier than expected, David [...]

Inside the Lumpy Waters Symposium

Inside the Lumpy Waters Symposium

This video follows two participants in the 2014 Lumpy Waters Symposium–Kelly Yelverton and her mom, Eileen–through the three-day paddling event held every fall in Pacific City, Oregon. Put[...]

Uganda’s Nile River Festival Begins Thursday

Uganda’s Nile River Festival Begins Thursday

By Jessie Stone The Nile River Festival kicks off this week with a big air contest on Thursday, January 22 at Nile River Explorers Campsite. The next three days will feature a variety of kayaking even[...]

SansBug 3-Person Popup Shelter

SansBug 3-Person Popup Shelter

A pop-up style tent that is mostly mesh and a good choice for dry, buggy trips, like high desert river canyons. We ran the 4.4lb, 3P version (as seen in pic) recently and it worked sweetly. You might [...]

Baja Kayak Fest

Baja Kayak Fest

By Marty Perry This five-part series was shot at the Baja Kayak Fest held every year in Ensenada, Mexico, on the Baja Peninsula. It’s a stunning area, and I was determined to show it in a cinema[...]

Canoe & Kayak Magazine Newsletter – January 15, 2015

Canoe & Kayak Magazine Newsletter – January 15, 2015

Around Jamaica, down the Stikine, a speed descent of the Grand Canyon, and the canoe from 'Deliverance'

First Look: Kokatat’s Idol Drysuit

First Look: Kokatat’s Idol Drysuit

When Kokatat announced plans to make a drysuit that converts into a fully-functional drytop last year, they turned some heads. But many paddlers were left asking the obvious question: Will it work? In[...]

Jamaica Circumnavigation Dispatches: A Delayed Start

Jamaica Circumnavigation Dispatches: A Delayed Start

Before arriving in Jamaica, my thoughts were of warm, calm, tropical beaches with sunbathers and fancy hotels, and people drinking tropical beverages from hollowed-out coconuts. That is of course what[...]

Behind the Lens: Jason Davis

Behind the Lens: Jason Davis

"On the other hand, I can see where somebody might look at the shot and assume it isn't real. Sean almost looks like he's being levitated off the water and the shape of the wave itself is pretty weird[...]

Photo Essay: Chanterelles & Kerouac

Photo Essay: Chanterelles & Kerouac

Wind is whipping through the big-leaf maples, sprinkling yellow leaves and bits of green sphagnum moss into the air. It drops like green-gold snow outside my window as we zip up Washington State Route[...]