Author Archives: "CanoeKayak.com"

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.

Creek Racing is Back—And this time it’s serious

04.17.2013 //

30 of the world’s best paddlers charge a giant slalom course on Idaho’s signature Class V drop at the North Fork Championship.

Paddling Chernobyl? A case for exploring polluted waters

04.17.2013 //

Brooklyn-based author and canoeist Andrew Blackwell wanted to look deeper into the area devastated by the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

Destinations—The West Coast

04.16.2013 //

North America’s west coast has some of the sweetest sea kayaking venues in this dimension, and many of them are also blessed with small lodges with kayak-minded hosts and convenient water access.

Going Deeper and Deeper

04.16.2013 //

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.

Testing Boundaries

04.16.2013 //

Rivers carve deep canyons and divide hostile neighbors. They cut pathways through lawless country, and beckon us to follow. It’s no wonder that river-runners have their own canon of unspoken boundaries that, from time to time, they feel compelled to cross.

Canoandes

04.16.2013 //

Meet the men who slipped the Iron Curtain and changed river running forever.

Essays From The Field

04.13.2013 //

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.

20 Things Every Paddler Needs To Know

04.13.2013 //

So you call yourself a paddler? Before joining this hallowed subculture, there are a few key lifestyle skills that you should look to work into your arsenal to distinguish you from other waterman wannabes. Here are a few to get you started.

Canoecopia 2013 Trade Talk Series

04.10.2013 //

C&K staff also made their way to Canoecopia and filmed the products they thought were especially quirky, new or innovative. Check out the products they viewed in the series, Trade Talks.

Testing Boundaries

03.28.2013 //

Rivers carve deep canyons and divide hostile neighbors. They cut pathways through lawless country, and beckon us to follow. It’s no wonder that river-runners have their own canon of unspoken boundaries that, from time to time, they feel compelled to cross.

Backcountry Tents: Take Two

03.05.2013 //

Having the right backcountry tent, tarp or even hammock really can allow the paddler to have a good night, sleep tight, and rest sure the bugs can’t bite.

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