Author Archives: "CanoeKayak.com"

All in the Family

06.28.2013 //

While the North Fork Championship II was hailed by many as the “world’s toughest whitewater race,” most everyone on the scene also saw it as the ultimate reunion of paddlers, photographers, filmmakers and friends.

Sea Kayak in British Columbia

06.27.2013 //

A paddling photo essay from British Columbia’s Hornby Island, which offered a fitting finale to C&K’s Vancouver Island-based sea kayak review featured in the June 2013 issue, on a fleet of day-tripping boats built for everyday touring.

The Corrido of Tommy Yonley

06.26.2013 //

A writer recounts a river’s story through the eyes of an American during an almost half-century-old race.

Kayakers Against Cancer

06.25.2013 //

Brad Ludden on the joys of whitewater, helping others and flipping cancer the bird

Flipping Cancer the Bird

06.25.2013 //

In this episode, First Descents Founder Ludden talks about how those with cancer learn to never give up themselves to cancer.

Loss is Love

06.25.2013 //

When Brad Ludden, founder of First Descents, visited Canoe & Kayak’s southwestern corner of America, the staff decided to get ahold of him and see what he’s been up to the last year. In this episode, Ludden talks about learning that loss teaches us love.

Secret Nickname

06.25.2013 //

When Brad Ludden, founder of First Descents, visited Canoe & Kayak’s southwestern corner of America, the staff decided to get ahold of him and see what he’s been up to the last year. In this episode, Ludden divulges the story behind his, uhm, interesting nickname.

Getting Trashed

06.19.2013 //

A group of professional kayakers develop the Team Out of Sight Out of Mind, committed to documenting the plastic pollution and to battling the root of the problem—the ambivalence most people have for the environment—by promoting outdoor recreation.

CHIAPAS: Land of Rebels

06.18.2013 //

Inside the making of Teva and River Roots’ new short film, ‘Beyond the Drop,’ documenting an international team’s March descent of the Five Falls of Mexico’s Rio Tulijá, documented in the June 2013 issue of Canoe & Kayak.

The Inga Rapids

05.13.2013 //

Tyler Bradt with Steve Fisher, Ben Marr and Rush Sturges in a relative calm moment during the first descent of the Congo River’s Inga Rapids, Oct. 26, 2011.

Kelly Gossett

05.01.2013 //

New Mexico is better known for its arid landscape than for canoeing and kayaking, but that hasn’t dented Kelly Gossett’s enthusiasm for the sport. For six years, Gossett has been the sole proprietor and teacher at Albuquerque’s lone paddling school, New Mexico Kayak Instruction.

China Walls, Eastern Oahu, Hawaii

04.23.2013 //

Outrigger canoers Jimmy Austin and Keizo Gates paddling at sunset near China Walls on Eastern Oahu near Honolulu, Hawaii.

Salal Creek, British Columbia

04.23.2013 //

This photo featured in the 2013 Beginner’s Guide. Todd Wells kayaks down Salal Creek in British Columbia.

Ellesmere Island

04.18.2013 //

Two Men Alone in a World of Ice. Jon Turk recounts his and Erik Boomer’s trek across Ellesmere Island and the adventures they share in the 100-day journey.

For All Walks

04.17.2013 //

Ski Yak class, groin pulls and banging your head on rocks.

Bugging out? Eddy’s Got Answers

04.17.2013 //

Eddy’s got answers regarding eating leather boots and bug repellants.

Aquaphile—Essays From The Field

04.17.2013 //

For the last decade, the smoky joint Under-the-Hill Saloon has also served as the headquarters for the Phatwater Challenge, a 42-mile race that finishes at the boat ramp below this bar in Natchez, Mississippi.

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