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Charge on the Go: Two Portable Power Banks

Charge on the Go: Two Portable Power Banks

There are a lot of good reasons to bring a power bank on your next river trip, and it’s nice to have an option that is lightweight, compact, and durable. The Lander Cascade Power Bank and Goal Z[...]

Video: Kayakers escape ice-filled river above waterfall

Video: Kayakers escape ice-filled river above waterfall

While many residents of the Pacific Northwest are shredding the ski slopes, Rush Sturges remained determined to hit the river. Along with Isaac Levinson, Rush discovered just how cold is “too co[...]

Video: Xenogenesis III

Video: Xenogenesis III

Featuring backroads, bushwhacking, and creekboating, the latest installment of the “Xenogenesis” series takes us on a wild ride through British Columbia, Canada, with a few of the sport[...]

Mother’s cancer diagnosis sparks Missouri River source to sea

Mother’s cancer diagnosis sparks Missouri River source to sea

Avoiding Barges: Inside Kris Laurie's Missouri-Mississippi River source-to-sea odyssey

Mammoth Proportions: Paddling through the Pleistocene in Channel Islands NP

Mammoth Proportions: Paddling through the Pleistocene in Channel Islands NP

Story and photos by Chuck Graham I noticed the archeologist on the Island Packers ferry, and I knew what he was there for. He and his team were going to excavate a recently discovered mammoth skull wi[...]

Lessons Learned: Harvest from a 400-mile sea kayak voyage

Lessons Learned: Harvest from a 400-mile sea kayak voyage

By Paul McHugh 400 miles in 40 days! I did stick an exclamation point there, yet in truth, for a veteran sea kayaker, a voyage like that shouldn’t necessarily be considered a huge deal. One dose of [...]

Intro to Rock Gardening: Low Abrasion Rock Launch

Intro to Rock Gardening: Low Abrasion Rock Launch

By Bill Vonnegut Rocks in coastal environments are often very sharp and covered with barnacles, which is problematic when you have to launch a kayak from them. There are many ways to launch a kayak fr[...]

C&K’s 2017 Reader Survey

C&K’s 2017 Reader Survey

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Why the Stikine (Still) Matters

Why the Stikine (Still) Matters

Though expedition kayaking is evolving fast, paddlers are still uniquely obligated to protect its benchmark run, B.C.'s Grand Canyon of the Stikine.

25 Days of Gear: MSR AutoFlow Gravity Filter

25 Days of Gear: MSR AutoFlow Gravity Filter

($120, cascadedesigns.com) The AutoFlow microfilter from MSR is hands-down the best gravity water filter we’ve tested. And test we did, putting it through the wringer on a 25-day winter Grand Canyon[...]