Paddling videographer Bryan Smith introduces us to his friend Paul Kuthe, a canoeing/sea kayaking/whitewater paddling everyman with a poignant story and a plan for this season—to paddle the Butze tidal rapids in British Columbia. This is the first of three episodes.
One man’s journey transcends paddling. This touching short film by Sean Mullens should make us all proud to be paddlers.
Justine Curgenven follows up her popular sea kayaking video series with This is Canoeing, an artistic look at one of Earth’s oldest paddling crafts. See more at cackletv.com
As paddlers in North America, with all our Eric Jackson’s and Tao Berman’s, it’s easy to forget about the European whitewater influence.
A foot of snow is big deal in North Carolina. For Asheville’s Nathan Zumwalt, another big dump this season meant that lightning struck twice for western NC’s resident downhill snow canoeists who aren’t about to wait for things like melting snow to go boating (for Round One, click here).
As opposed to our last post, where a duck attacks a kayak fisherman, sending him sprawling into the drink, two hunters turn their kayak into a camouflaged mallard hunting machine.
Think you’re having a bad day? Check out this kayak fisherman who gets the beat down of his life.
World Champion kayaker Ken Whiting explains that the rudder isn’t just there to help you turn your kayak. It’s principal purpose is actually very different and relates to a key boat handling characteristic that all paddlers should understand.
Two years ago, James Castrission and Justin Jones arrived at New Plymouth on New Zealand’s North Island, 62 days after setting off from mid-New South Wales, Australia, becoming the first team to paddle the Tasman Sea.
Sea Kayaks on Rivers explores paddling a Necky Chatham through Hell’s Canyon
Read about Shrimping From a Kayak as Howard McKim of Ketchikan Kayak Company in Alaska demonstrates how to catch shrimp from a kayak brought to you by Canoe & Kayak Magazine online.
This week, up to 24 inches of snow fell in and around the Asheville, North Carolina area. Instead of hitting the river, these paddlers hit the slopes, cross bowing their way downhill.
USACK Executive Director Joe Jacobi checks in with a Holiday update on everything paddling including Oklahoma City’s new whitewater park, new USACK sponsorship deals and women’s canoeing becoming a full medal event at world championship competitions.
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The Canoe Movie is a look into the passion and pride that is the whitewater canoeing community.