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.
The U.S. is only sending two sprint kayakers to London, and they could be named this Friday in Oklahoma City, host of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Flatwater Sprint.
As tempting as strapping road flares to your bow may be, there are a few more practical (and subtle) tips to remember when sharing the water with motorboats.
The Professional Paddlesports Association (PPA) is conducting an official vote of its members on May 15, 2012, on the potential unification of PPA and America Outdoors (AO).
How a chance phone call connected an aspiring young paddler to his inspiration.
C&K tests four tripping canoes with a family float test through the heart of Canyonlands National Park
You’ll be hard pressed to find a better expedition canoe, both in aesthetics and performance. With minimal rocker and an asymmetrical hull, it blends cruising with cargo space and is built to track true.
Superlatives are easy to come by for the Minnesota II, by far the fleetest craft in our lot.
While not the “trippiest” canoe in the Old Town fleet, The Saranac 160 definitely was the plushiest.
Canoeing’s venerable Prospector design has been called the workhorse of the North for good reason.
In shooting “Wilderness Quest,” Kevin Callan set out to document how the lakes, rivers and portages of the Quetico and neighboring Boundary Waters Canoe Area influence its visitors.
After their demanding, emotional three-day Trial by Water, the newly named U.S. Team deserve a pat on the back. Now it’s on to Cardiff, and then London.
This year’s trials have become infused with an inclusive, celebratory spirit that remembers that racing can be fun and stimulating for all involved.
A fun, carnival atmosphere prevailed at the US National Whitewater Center during the first day of the Olympic Trials yesterday. The day was clear, the sun was hot—and so was the racing.
After lying dormant for more than 20 years, the plan to dam Alaska’s Susitna River is back on the table.