Under threatening twilight skies, sea kayaker Aleksander Doba arrived in Port Canaveral, Fla., yesterday at 7:20 p.m., after a 5,400-mile crossing of the Atlantic Ocean that began Oct. 5, 2013 in Lisbon, Portugal.
The Madawaska Kanu Centre teaches that family fun can begin and grow on the river, with experiences the whole family should share. Sorry, Disneyland!
An extraordinary experiment is underway in a parched corner of northern Mexico where the Colorado River goes to die.
Lone Dutchman Yuri Klaver resumes 5,000-mile journey from Alaska to Greenland on the grandest Arctic Kayak Expedition.
On the last night of every GOALS river trip, students experience a brief “solo,” on which they reflect on their experiences. During their solo, kids compose a letter to the canyon offering thanks for the lessons they’ve learned.
Exclusive photo essay “Long Time Gone” illustrates two friends’ summer journey through the wilds of Northwestern Ontario’s Woodland Caribou Provincial Park.
The Freemans launched an environmental advocacy expedition from their Minnesota home to the White House to deliver a message opposing metals mines proposals,
Peter Marshall—a winning member of the 2013 Canoe & Kayak Awards Expedition of the Year—is back at it again, planning a 50-day epic across Labrador. We go inside Marshall’s retro Labrador Passage expedition using a wooden canoe, canvas tent, hand-sewn apparel and hand-forged tools.
Expedition paddler Rocky Contos shows an exclusive sneak-peak at a sampling of five new Peruvian rivers, some of the best whitewater runs out there.
They’re calling it Street View, but we’re not. No matter how cool this is–and it is very cool–the Colorado River is not a street.
C&K got to talk with two of the adventurers built their own traditional kayaks and followed a traditional Inuit route crossing across Baffin island.
Darrell Gardner did an 8.5-year, 6,000-mile expedition from the Mexico border to the Arctic Ocean, including an epic kayak journey. Here’s how he did it.
Tyler Bradt, Rush Sturges, Steve Fisher, and Ben Marr fire up The Congo’s Infamous Inga Rapids.
This series of tales explores the cultural and ecological history of the Lower Mississippi River to answer the question: why don’t Americans love their river?
It’s soon time to figure out where to spend your vacation days. We have listed our top sea kayaking trips for those looking for adventure out on the ocean.
The National Trail System now has three new water trails, as part of the nationally recognized waterways. We break down these new additions.
Photos and Words by Tim Gent From Kintyre in the south to the Cape Wrath at the very top windswept corner of the country, the west coast of Scotland represents nothing less than a wiggly slice of paddling paradise. At almost every turn lochs cut deep into the lumpy mainland, offering sheltered sea room for the […]