Dave Shively

Dave Shively

Editor for Canoe & Kayak Magazine

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Boob Tube

02.18.2013 //

The story behind the recent release of “Tits Deep: Chapter 1,” which documents Canadian Katrina Van Wijk and a cadre of hard-charging ladies road-tripping and kayaking around the U.S., hitting whitewater hot-spots from Washington state to West Virginia.

Best of the Rest

02.15.2013 //

A photo-essay flipbook featuring our favorite picks from the past 40 years of paddling photos that didn’t fit into our special March anniversary issue.

Skook Classified

02.15.2013 //

The final episode of CanoeKayak.com’s exclusive 4-part series, Skook Classified, detailing the unique invitational sea kayak competition to “push long-boat surfing to the next level” at one freestyle kayaking’s most hallowed grounds: the tidal rapids at Skookumchuck Narrows, B.C.

Who is Aniol Serrasolses?

02.08.2013 //

A look at Spanish paddler Aniol Serrasolses through the words of his peers, including an couple of eye-popping highlight reels from Chile and from Aniol his brother Gerd’s globetrotting, drop-hucking travels.

Skook Classified

01.30.2013 //

Episode 3 of CanoeKayak.com’s exclusive four-part series detailing the core sea kayakers developing an invitational competition at freestyle kayaking’s hallowed grounds: the tidal rapids at Skookumchuck Narrows, B.C.

Peak Runoff (Video EXTRA)

01.29.2013 //

Mission: Paddle one of B.C.’s most remote and difficult rivers to climb, and then ski, its highest peak. Exclusive video from C&K’s Dec. issue story of three kayakers doubling down on a 2012 Homathko descent by climbing and skiing Mount Waddington.

Arriba Alseseca

01.18.2013 //

Check out C&K’s exclusive video, photos and event wrap from the Rio Alseseca race, quickly gaining international appeal as one of the winter’s go-to paddling destination-races.

Keller Strikes Again

01.17.2013 //

Pat Keller explains his Ozone Falls first in this Canoekayak.com exclusive, taking advantage of this week’s torrential rain to open up one of the Southeast’s big waterfall prizes: the 100-plus-footer on Tennessee’s Fall Creek.

New year, new challenge

01.16.2013 //

A photo gallery and unique racer’s perspective of the fourth annual New Year Challenge, an all-craft, seven-mile race in downtown Seattle.

Honey Badger … and Cobra?

01.11.2013 //

While the Southeast has not traditionally been known for its large waterfalls, a crew of young “hucksters” have been chasing rain and redefining the paradigm. At the forefront is Pat Keller, who has more Southeast waterfall first descents than anyone else. We caught up with him and fellow paddler Hunt Jennings after their side-by-side second and third descents of 80-foot Cane Creek Falls in Tennessee. 

Ikkatsu Project looks ahead

01.11.2013 //

Film preview and update from the Ikkatsu Project crew, whose original mission to paddle Washington’s Olympic coast and survey remote beaches for debris from 2011′s devastating Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, has grown into new plans to launch another innovative expedition to south-central Alaska.

Still in the Raft Race

01.10.2013 //

Dan “Stuntman” McCain has earned his nickname by knocking off a string of hairy raft descents including Oregon’s 70-plus-foot Mosier Creek Falls and the old 125-foot Condit Dam on the White Salmon River. The 31-year-old Oregon State University grad student takes us inside his trip down B.C.’s Box Canyon of the Ashlu with the footage to back it up.

Pacific Crossroads

01.09.2013 //

Expedition paddler Wave Vidmar made some serious attention-grabbing waves this summer with his plans to retrace Ed Gillet’s historic 63-day crossing from California to Hawaii in 1987. After numerous setbacks and pushing his launch date well into the winter, Vidmar’s attempt fell far short of the 2,200-mile mark. Read the details about his boat and the end of the aborted mission here.

Pure Intentions

01.07.2013 //

Adam Bradley, a low-emissions, fast-packing adventurer known in backpacking circles for his Pacific Crest Trail 65-day record, talks about his impressive multi-sport human-powered journey this summer from Reno, Nevada, and across Alaska, including a 1,892-mile paddle down the Yukon River to the Bering Sea.

Going Huge

12.17.2012 //

Outdoor educator Adam Wicks-Arshack of Washington state nonprofit Voyages of Rediscovery looks back on a year spent reintroducing birch-bark canoe-making to the Ojibwa communities of Ontario’s Lake Temagami region, and then working on a series of massive dugout canoes with tribes back in Washington.

Blast at the Pass

12.14.2012 //

Six miles of paddling through tidal rapids in 40-degree December temps with horizontal angled rain and driving wind isn’t what most people would consider to be much fun. But for the past seven years, 100-plus paddlers of various human powered water craft plus volunteers, sponsors and spectators show up to race in the Deception Pass Dash in Washington State.

Skook Classified

12.12.2012 //

Episode 2 of CanoeKayak.com’s exclusive four-part series detailing the core sea kayakers developing an invitational competition at freestyle kayaking’s hallowed grounds: the tidal rapids at Skookumchuck Narrows, B.C.

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