In this segment of Santa Cruz Paddlefest 2014, reporter Bryon Dorr talks with Edu Etexeberria of the Basque Team on what it’s like to be a surf competitor.
Paddle the Golden Gate Inside and Out
Crews from all over the Pacific Northwest took advantage of the recent flooding to explore new or rarely run creeks and test the classics’ highest flows.
Behind the Lens: Australian photographer Krystle Wright pulls off a balancing act to capture this striking portrait of a paddler in action.
The Isimba Dam Hydro Power Project planned dam threatens Nile River.
We spent the second day of the Golden Gate Sea Kayak Symposium in the rock gardens with two of the big boys of sea paddling Sean Morley and Roger Schumann.
By Conor Mihell After Russell and Graham Henry finished a 90-mile crossing from the Bahamas and Florida in sea kayaks, Russell, 21, called the feat “just another day at the office.” And for him and his brother Graham, 22, it was. The pair had already traced the wild coastline of South America and completed five […]
As the C&K team rolled north to the Golden Gate Sea Kayak Symposium, we weren’t sure quite what to expect when we arrived.
By Rob Casey Twenty-five years ago, Sprague Ackley founded the La Push Pummel as a casual gathering for Pacific Northwest paddlers looking to surf large winter waves. Photos from those first years show kayakers perched atop windswept 20-foot storm waves at La Push, a tiny fishing town squeezed between the Olympic National Park and the […]
When supporters of transatlantic kayaker Aleksander Doba greeted him at sea yesterday, the the 67-year-old Polish adventurer did not ask for assistance.
The first woman to paddle all of the Amazon River, South America’s greatest river gives, us the full story of what went down.
Get Outside And Learn Something nonprofit kicks off 2014 with its largest fundraiser yet, a Vertical Challenge Ski-a-thon helping kids get on the water.
August of 1977. The Grand Canyon of the Stikine’s flow: 36,000 CFS. The sight of it so high humbled Rob Lesser; at a lower flow it might just be runnable.
Kayaker Aleksander “Olek” Doba has lost his rudder, and will attempt to land in Bermuda for repairs before continuing his 5,200-mile crossing from Portugal to Florida. The 67-year-old Polish adventurer tweeted the news yesterday via satellite phone. My rudder has just fallen off! It has to be fixed in harbour. My life and health are […]
Doba Breaks 47-day Silence, The Inside Line Across Baffin Island, Canoe Rigging 101 + More
Canoeing down North America’s rivers is as much a part of the land’s history as hiking through its mountains. Learn how to canoe and carry on the tradition.
In this segment of canoeing 101, Paul Mason instructs on tandem canoe technique, specifically pivot turns and sideslip strokes.