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The Olek Doba Kayak Mission Nears Completion

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.

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Bomber Gear Blitz Splash Top

12.02.2013

Bomber Gear Blitz Splash Top MSRP: $99.99 (bombergear.com) Autumn has settled in around the country, and people are looking to keep warm. In a previous post on cool-weather gear, C&K online editor Charli Kerns wrote about the wonders of the Bomber Gear Blitz Splash Pants. Now she’s completing the outfit with a review on the Bomber […]

2013 Creek Boats: Jackson Karma

12.01.2013

In trying out the 2013 creek boats, C&K’s Michael Gordon tests Jackson’s latest to the breaking point and comes up smiling.

Ask Eddy: The History of PFDs

11.29.2013

Eddy, the beloved boating guru in C&K’s print magazine, has come to life on the website. Eddy’s got answers on lifejackets, alligators and gift ideas.

Northern Masterpiece – Nahanni River

11.28.2013

This chapter of Eugene’s book Ultimate Canoe and Kayak Adventures explores the South Nahanni River in Canada’s Northwest Territories.

End of the Worlds

11.27.2013

Update from the 2013 International Rafting Federation White Water Rafting World Championships in New Zealand, where the US men’s and women’s teams both finished seventh overall. Brazil won the men’s world title, while New Zealand won the women’s title.

Mississippi Madness

11.27.2013

Every year, paddlers test their mettle on the longest river in North America. C&K caught up with two seasoned expedition paddlers looking to finish their separate, ambitious months-long bids to complete the through-paddle journey before the holiday season, connecting with Lucas Will south of St. Louis, and Natalie Warren on a layover in Memphis.

2013 Whitewater Kayaks: Wavesport Recon

11.26.2013

To put Wave Sport’s new creek design to the test, we pulled two C&K staffers from both ends of the size spectrum: 6’5” creek-lover Nick Hinds, and 5’2” fireplug Charli Kerns.

Behind the Lens: JP Van Swae

11.26.2013

Grind Media Studio Photographer goes to creative (and cold) lengths to get the sports gear photos that would showcase this year’s new line of drysuits.

The Ultimate Thanksgiving Day Paddle

11.25.2013

Want to do a pre-emptive strike on working off some that turkey for Thanksgiving? Dip your blade in Plymouth Harbor to feel good about going back for second helpings.

From the Vault: Whitewater Parks

11.25.2013

In the May 2008 issue, contributor Eugene Buchanan found that though the courses at whitewater parks are artificial, the beatdowns are still very real.

Why Paddle The Mississippi — Part 2: International Appeal

11.25.2013

The River Gator crew celebrates the opening of the new Lower Mississippi River Water Trail in three parts, paddling the next section from Memphis, Tenn., to Helena, Ark., while exploring the river’s longtime lore and appeal in the minds of international travelers who visit its muddy waters.

MADE IN CANADA Episode 4: The Ashlu

11.23.2013

Episode 4 of Five2Nine’s Made in Canada series features British Columbia’s Ashlu River, seen through the stokes of one of B.C.’s top paddlers, Steve Arns

5 Good Reasons … You Should Not Raft the Middle Kings

11.23.2013

Video and full story from our Dec. 2013 issue detailing Dan McCain and Jeff Compton’s bold multi-day descent of one of the High Sierra’s signature river-running tests: tackling all 14 miles of hiking and 40 miles of technical wilderness paddling down the Middle Fork Kings.

US women’s raft team grabs early bronze

11.22.2013

Update from the 2013 International Rafting Federation White Water Rafting World Championships in New Zealand, where the US women took a third place in the Head-to-Head race and the men took fourth in the Sprint as both strong finishes build overall points to a world championship finale this weekend.

Fight for the Chattahoochee River

11.22.2013

Who owns water? Two brothers paddled the Chattahoochee-Flint-Apalachicola Rivers last March and made a film about what the watershed means for improving water use policy in the U.S.

Fight for the Chattahoochee River, Page 2

11.22.2013

After our baptism at Smith Island Rapid we don’t cowboy anymore shoals. Our boat, the same old Wenonah camp canoe I’d paddled in 2009, its thwart now rotted out, carries the two of us, all of our camera gear and equipment, for 30 days with barely four inches of freeboard to spare. We are not […]

Fight for the Chattahoochee River, Page 4

11.22.2013

The Lower Flint River flows atop a Swiss-cheese geology of porous limestone filled with layers of ancient aquifers. The murky sapphire water of the Floridian aquifer, which provides water to the state’s panhandle, emerges from the lowland forest throughout the Lower Flint. When I spotted a stream of blue water dissolving into the Flint’s brown […]

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