Long continuous rapids, ocean size waves, micro eddies, and shallow water traveling at a high velocity over knife edged granite boulders.
California’s South Branch of the Feather By Rfkayakers.blogspot.com
On April 21, Tyler Bradt kayaked over 186-foot-high Palouse Falls, breaking the waterfall world record of 127 feet. Produced by Aurora Photos.
2009 Reno Men’s and Woman’s Final
Tyler Hinton isn’t a “regular” high school student, and he doesn’t play a “regular” sport. Hinton is a Whitewater C1 Slalom racer, a sport that has had him enamored from a young age. After teaming up with Coach Chris Wiegand of the Rocky Mountain Canoe & Kayak Club, Hinton’s sport has allowed him to travel the globe and train with some of the best that the world has to offer. He’s only a sophomore and along with growth comes endless possibilities…
Located just outside Yosemite National Park, the Class V Cherry Creek is the most challenging and exciting commercially run river in California.
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The dynamic duo of Ian and Megan doing sea kayaking party tricks with friends off of Golden Gardens, Puget Sound, WA. (Shot w/a GoPro Hero digital wide-angle camera mounted to each of their bows. Music: “We’ve Only Just Begun,” by Run Kid Run.)
Kayak Fishing Tales: Working an Eddy Line
Legendary Chicago paddler, naturalist, maritime historian and blacksmith Ralph Frese. This was on Chicago Public TV station WTTW’s “Chicago Tonight” program.
Kayak Fishing Tales: Draw Stroke
Sea kayaking into caves and through the arches and tunnels of Milos, Greece
Kayak Fishing Tales – Profile: Howard McKim
Neil Young: Sit-on-top Singin’
Learn how to rig your kayak for fly fishing.