An inside look at the sixth annual Cal-Salmon Race—a grassroots event held each May on California’s Class IV-V Nordheimer stretch.
C&K’s exclusive interview with Mike Lynch, who’s new film documents the 45 days he spent paddling the 740-mile long Northern Forest Canoe Trail last summer.
A free 48-hour online screening of Chris Gallaway’s new film about paddling on the North Shore of Lake Superior.
Five years ago, Adam Chappell had only dabbled in flatwater when he saw YouTube clips of kayakers at Buseater and taught himself to loop in his backyard pool. Now a rising talent in freestyle kayaking’s competitive ranks, Chappell walks you through his first go-to trick sequence in this Virtual Coach installment that can help you build a routine for your summer festival contest of choice.
An exclusive interview with filmmaker Chris Gallaway about boating and filming on the North Shore of Lake Superior.
Here’s your chance to win a brand new Ocean Kayak Prowler Big Game Fishing Kayak.
Pyranha hasn’t produced a truly dedicated steep-creeker since the glory days of the Micro and M:3 series, but the Shiva (named for a Hindu god) does it exceedingly well.
Although the new Stomper bears a strong resemblance to Liquidlogic’s displacement-hulled classic, the Jefe, this is definitely not the same boat.
As the name would suggest, Fluid’s new Bazooka is meant to bomb the big stuff. And it’s got the performance capabilities to do it.
Dagger asked athletes and designers Rush Sturges, Tyler Bradt, Andrew Holcombe, Ken Hoeve and Snowy Robertson to come up with a burlier, higher-volume, and all-around safer Mamba Creeker for 2012.
C&K tests out the best of this year’s fleet of new creekboats.
Rafting hasn’t been able to enjoy much time in the limelight, but filmmakers Ryan Scott and Han Hoomans are looking to change that with the release of ‘Habitat’ this Friday, May 5.
Final results from the 2012 Northwest Creeking Competition on the East Fork of the Lewis and Canyon Creek races.
NRS and Forge Motion Pictures’ new five-part short film series, Of Souls+Water, premiering this Saturday, April 28, isn’t your typical paddling flick. It actually tells a story (while still showing folks paddling the gnar too. Don’t worry).
Four Midwesterners plan to paddle and portage 2,600 miles across Canada from the Pacific Ocean to Hudson Bay.
Vitamin D unexpectedly struck the annual Northwest Creeking Competition with a blanket of sunshine that had competitors and spectators dazed with disbelief.
The late Charlie Beavers first paddled through this keyhole to oblivion, surviving a piton halfway down the 60-foot falls. Thinking that more is better, Dan Simenc and Tyler Allyn gave it a go last spring at a full-on juicy level.