145 Articles by: Jeff Moag
The upper Conasauga River is one of the most remote and beautiful wilderness rivers in Georgia.
A blackwater tributary of the lower Savannah River, Georgia's Ebenezer Creek boasts a rich history cast within a distinctly rare natural environment.
The Class I-II Toccoa River is recommended for the remote wilderness within the National Forest, for overnight camping trips, and as one of North Georgia’s classic whitewater runs for novices.
Burgundy-red waters run sparklingly clear over the starkly contrasting white sand bottom and banks on Georgia's Ohoopee River.
The Crooked River provides the shortest and most enjoyable paddling route to Georgia's Cumberland Island National Seashore from the mainland.
The world-renowned Na Wahine O Ke Kai women’s canoe paddling race from Molokai to Oahu, which was scheduled for Sunday, was canceled for the first time in 35 years, reports KHON Channel 2 in Honolul[...]
At the whitewater freestyle worlds finals on the Ottawa's Garberator wave, the Jackson siblings took home gold in Men's K1 and C1 and Women's K1.