Nine Rivers Exclusive, New Year, New Gear, Summer of Stikine + More
The paddling industry never stands still. They experiment with new designs to improve performance. Here are some of 2014’s top kayak gear to look forward to.
In this exclusive photo flipbook, C&K contributing photographers Darin McQuoid and Eric Parker capture the late-summer season that was on expedition kayaking’s benchmark journey: The Grand Canyon of the Stikine, as 2013 marked another historic year with a boom in successful descents highlighted by the second, third, and fourth complete descents of the legendary 45-mile run by, respectively, Gerd Serrasolses, Aniol Serrasolses, and Galen Volckhausen.
Canoe & Kayak teams up with the US Coast Guard to bring information regarding sea kayak safety during the winter season.
The women kayakers from TiTS DEEP look back on one epic year of bigwater runs, stout drops and tight-knit camaraderie in their latest episode “Year 2013 in Review.”
One of overnight paddling’s greatest joys is camp food—especially sweet treats. Anders Klint share with you some of my favorite desserts, simple and yummy.
We dug through our archive and found this treasure by Bill Mason reflecting on the art of canoe designs. So read, reminisce and say farewell to an era in canoeing.
Canoe & Kayak teams up with the US Coast Guard to offer tips on how to stay safe while paddling America’s oceans and bay areas.
It’s that time of year again, when we look back on the year that was and we crunch the analytics to determine the top stories of the year at CanoeKayak.com.
While most people put up their kayaks for the winter and switch to skis, William Griffith instead shreds the powder in his kayak. Snow kayaking is in this season.
C&K’s Ultimate POV Camera Review, The Gift of Schwag, Outrigger Tahiti and more.
This one’s for the ladies. The Shred Ready Vixen Helmet ensures protection tough enough for all your paddling adventures.
When your boat’s safety is at stake, keep it secure with the Lasso Security Kayak locking cable. You’ll be glad you spent a little money to save a big investment.
Carhartt equipped this burly cotton-nylon layer with a few subtle foul-weather extras like a water-repellant membrane to extend winter hours outside.
The Nook Backcountry tent by Cascade Designs is an ideal paddlers’ pick for floaters needing a spacious solo option.
The Outdoor Research Dry Peak bagger is a minimalistic 9-ounce solution that markets as a “waterproof summit backpack.” It’s the ultimate dry pack.
Helly Hansen Charger Windblock is a versatile layer that can work as both a hefty base- or windblocking mid-layer. Great for paddling on cool days.