The result of Darryl Blazino’s pact with himself to live life now, A Brief Time in Heaven captures the magic in a series of memoirs detailing over a decade worth of canoe trips in the Quetico.
The Jackson and Troutman family welcome a new addition to their kayaking team: Tucker Nicholas Troutman (TNT).
With the recent rise in popularity of extreme racing, a series of difficult creek races in New York’s Adirondack Mountains has garnered international attention from the sport’s top athletes.
Road tripping along the California coast has its adventures, and Canoe & Kayak staff experienced many of them from sea kayak crashes to ladies walking cats and night-time light painting.
The Eagle Race tests whitewater paddlers as the sprint event for the King of New York series.
Newly added as an Association of Whitewater Professionals Whitewater World Series event, the Raquette Race tests some of the world’s best kayakers on New York’s most technical class V whitewater.
Information on the first race of the King of New York Series
The Moose Race, held during the fall Moose Fest, is the final and most famous event of the King of New York series.
The most famous and final race of the King of New York series, the Moose Race is a classic and also where the New King of New York is crowned.
The Deerfield River becomes the boating center in the Northeast in mid July as paddlers enjoy festivals and races.
Paddler Eric Adsit offers six tips on how to find the next whitewater classic through a big boating discovery of his own in upstate New York.
Pacific Northwest photographer Kirk Mastin speaks to his love of film photography and how he went beyond a normal portrait assignment to capture this dynamic kayaking photograph.
C&K offers tips and know-how on when, where and how to paddle the Middle Fork of the Salmon in Idaho.
The first annual People’s Choice Photo Contest, presented by Body Glove Footwear, has come to a close! Find out who the winners are.
Upstate New York’s Adirondack region has been overlooked, but new events plus a new race series called King of New York may change that soon.
Badger Paddles push canoe-trippers out into Ontario’s canoe country wilds with an innovative contest where three well-known paddlers helped stash a series of paddles across multiple provincial parks and the Temagami region for paddlers willing to go out and collect them.
While the annual Potomac River Festival didn’t exactly go as planned, it did do exactly what Jason had set out to accomplish, showcase the amazing strength and community found in whitewater paddling. In the end, the Potomac River Festival members experienced loss but also celebration of life through paddling and competition.