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Results of the 2013 Northwest Creeking Competition

04.24.2013

Results of the 2013 Northwest Creeking Competition

Kayaking the Big Melt

04.23.2013

We are alone in a landscape of mythical scale. Waterfalls tumble 700 feet down a cliff face, the height so great that the water simply vaporizes before hitting the ground.

The Tallulah Fest

04.23.2013

April 12-14, 2013—Paddlers from all along the east coast gathered in north Georgia to enjoy Tallulah Fest. Celebrating the release of the Tallulah Gorge, this young festival has grown from the hundred paddlers at its first event four years ago to several hundred boaters and enthusiasts, demonstrating the love of the river and celebration of its release during the spring.

Unfiltered: Maligiaq Johnsen Padilla

04.22.2013

Padilla has always straddled two worlds. His father was an American serviceman, his mother Greenland Inuit. He learned Greenlandic at age 3 when his parents split and his mother brought him back to Greenland from the States, re-learning English in high school. Two years ago he moved to Alaska and married Elizabeth Saagulik Hensley, an Alaskan Inuit attorney. With the day off from his construction job (“It’s 20 below, not too cold for me but the air compressors don’t work”), Padilla held their 6-month-old daughter as we spoke. — Jeff Moag

Six North of 60

04.22.2013

C&K’s top picks for northern paddling adventure

Rescue for River Runners Recognized

04.19.2013

A year ago, open-boat expert Jim Coffey—founder of Quebec-based outfitter Esprit Whitewater Worldwide—and Mike McKay from Five2Nine Productions started a series of whitewater rescue lesson videos called R3: Rescue for River Runners, which aired on the Canoe & Kayak website. Last week, the series won the National Association of Search & Rescue Special Commendation Award for contribution to search & rescue.

C&K staff got in touch with Coffey and McKay to talk about the series and what winning the award meant to them. Here’s what they had to say:

Paddle on Earth Day!

04.18.2013

Not too many sports put you in as direct of contact with Mother Earth as paddling. Whatever your discipline, be it whitewater, lake canoeing, sea kayaking and even surf kayaking, the sport’s medium is water, the most important ingredient for life on Mother Earth. What better way to help celebrate and protect it than by heading out for a paddle on Earth Day, April 22?

If you want to join a group supporting the cause, we’ve made it easier by compiling a list of a few spots around the country where you can link up with like-minded paddlers for an Earth Day paddle celebration.

Niobrara River

04.17.2013

Niobrara River was listed in the 2013 most endangered rivers list.

Black Warrior River

04.17.2013

The Black Warrior River is listed in the 2013 Most Endangered Rivers

Boundary Waters

04.17.2013

The Boundary Waters made it to the 2013 Top Endangered Rivers List

For All Walks

04.17.2013

Ski Yak class, groin pulls and banging your head on rocks.

Bugging out? Eddy’s Got Answers

04.17.2013

Eddy’s got answers regarding eating leather boots and bug repellants.

Aquaphile—Essays From The Field

04.17.2013

For the last decade, the smoky joint Under-the-Hill Saloon has also served as the headquarters for the Phatwater Challenge, a 42-mile race that finishes at the boat ramp below this bar in Natchez, Mississippi.

Rough & Ready and Baldface Creeks

04.17.2013

Rough & Ready and Baldface Creeks were listed as one of the 2013 most endangered rivers.

Catawba River

04.17.2013

Catawba River is one of the 2013 Top Endangered Rivers

San Saba River

04.17.2013

San Saba River on the 2013 Endangered Rivers List

Paddling Chernobyl? A case for exploring polluted waters

04.17.2013

Brooklyn-based author and canoeist Andrew Blackwell wanted to look deeper into the area devastated by the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

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