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POWELL to POWELL

04.23.2013

“Complicating the Divide” is the first installment in the five-part Powell to Powell film series debuting on CanoeKayak.com, which documents a 2012 expedition starting from the source of the Colorado River and punctuated by a series of interviews with water experts that contextualize the state of a vital river basin at risk.

PREVIEW: Powell to Powell

04.22.2013

A sneak peek of “Powell to Powell,” a five-part film series debuting on CanoeKayak.com, which documents a 2012 expedition starting from the source of the Colorado River and punctuated by a series of interviews regarding the ecological issues and threats facing the basin.

‘PUSH’ BACK

04.19.2013

We recently caught up with Marty Perry of the Vancouver-based Hurricane Riders sea kayak crew to find out more about its new four-part series titled, The push. Our questions for Marty: What was the impetus for the series, where did you shoot it, and what exactly is involved in a new ‘recruit’ earning their THR stripes?

Rescue for River Runners

04.15.2013

In Episode Ten of the R3: Rescue for River Runners video lesson series debuting on CanoeKayak.com, Jim Coffey delves further into the topic of foot entrapment by going through the first, basic, and vital assessments any rescuer should consider and practice.

Five Weeks, One Film, One Crazy Raft

04.12.2013

Last May, four Fort Lewis College students began a prolonged 35-day connection with the local river that they too often took for granted. That’s no longer the case, after the students started an ambitious multi-sport river expedition at the absolute headwaters of the Animas River, which flows right through their college town of Durango, Colo. A month and half later, they crossed Lake Powell in a raft motorized with solar panels—something never before accomplished.

Canoecopia 2013 Trade Talk Series

04.10.2013

C&K staff also made their way to Canoecopia and filmed the products they thought were especially quirky, new or innovative. Check out the products they viewed in the series, Trade Talks.

End at Alseseca

04.08.2013

For the last decade, the Alseseca has been garnering attention from big-name kayakers around the world. Its seemingly endless miles of classic rapids, famous drops such as Silencia and the Tomatas and numerous sections make the Alseseca the river paddlers love to run and filmmakers love to shoot. This Monday, April 8, Five2Nine released its final episode of Currents, offering a different angle to Mexico’s jewel river.

PUSH IT REAL GOOD

04.03.2013

We recently caught up with Marty Perry of the Vancouver-based Hurricane Riders crew to find out more about its new four-part series titled, The push. Our questions for Marty: What was the impetus for the series, where did you shoot it, and what exactly is involved in a new ‘recruit’ earning their THR stripes? Multiple wave beatdown? Also, after seeing the first two installments below, when will there be more?

Rescue for River Runners

03.15.2013

In Episode Nine of the R3: Rescue for River Runners video lesson series debuting on CanoeKayak.com, Jim Coffey covers a topic as relevant as ever: how to mitigate the risks of a foot entrapment situation.

Lessons Learned from the Trans-Territorial Canoe Expedition

03.07.2013

Checking in with Pete Marshall, whose video teaser from the Trans-Territorial Canoe Expedition just earned an IMAX Award and a $25,000 prize, presented by IMAX, Newsweek & The Daily Beast, for exhibiting the keen “ability to take audiences on an adventure through explorations in filmmaking.” Learn more about the 130-day, 2,600-mile expedition from the Pacific Ocean to Hudson Bay documented in a four-part CanoeKayak.com series.

Camera Carnage on the Green River

02.22.2013

Earlier this week while going through the backlog of footage from various events, Canoe & Kayak online editor Charli Kerns stumbled upon the camera carnage clip. “I can’t believe I got it,” Kerns said. “I remember people going nuts, and someone told me what happened, but I was focused on the rapid so didn’t think I caught on camera.”

Boob Tube

02.18.2013

The story behind the recent release of “Tits Deep: Chapter 1,” which documents Canadian Katrina Van Wijk and a cadre of hard-charging ladies road-tripping and kayaking around the U.S., hitting whitewater hot-spots from Washington state to West Virginia.

Skook Classified

02.15.2013

The final episode of CanoeKayak.com’s exclusive 4-part series, Skook Classified, detailing the unique invitational sea kayak competition to “push long-boat surfing to the next level” at one freestyle kayaking’s most hallowed grounds: the tidal rapids at Skookumchuck Narrows, B.C.

Who is Aniol Serrasolses?

02.08.2013

A look at Spanish paddler Aniol Serrasolses through the words of his peers, including an couple of eye-popping highlight reels from Chile and from Aniol his brother Gerd’s globetrotting, drop-hucking travels.

Skook Classified

01.30.2013

Episode 3 of CanoeKayak.com’s exclusive four-part series detailing the core sea kayakers developing an invitational competition at freestyle kayaking’s hallowed grounds: the tidal rapids at Skookumchuck Narrows, B.C.

Peak Runoff (Video EXTRA)

01.29.2013

Mission: Paddle one of B.C.’s most remote and difficult rivers to climb, and then ski, its highest peak. Exclusive video from C&K’s Dec. issue story of three kayakers doubling down on a 2012 Homathko descent by climbing and skiing Mount Waddington.

Rafa Ortiz Chases Waterfalls

01.24.2013

Rafa Ortiz is one intense and busy paddler. Last May, he become the second boater to land the record-high 189-ft. Palouse Falls in Washington state and soon after competed in the Whitewater Grand Prix in Chile. Now, Rafa Ortiz sets his sights back home for Mexico and the many waterfalls on the Alseseca River. The adventure will be a Red-Bull film project, led by Rush Sturges, called Chasing Waterfalls. Click below for a teaser, and stay tuned for more on Ortiz’s adventures to come.

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