“As boaters, we may enjoy the thrill of running a great rapid, but sharing that river with massive Chinook salmon and witnessing the feats they are capable of as they migrate upstream is truly awe inspiring.” — Thomas O’Keefe, American Whitewater
Experience the Greatest Hits of the Tsunami Rangers in this compilation of their adventures in little kayaks in big seas, crashing surf, dark caves, and jagged rocks. See classic scenes of the Rangers in breathtaking action, rare broadcast video, and never seen before footage.
Pedro Oliva talks about his 127-foot huck In March, 26-year-old Brazilian Pedro Oliva sent shockwaves through the whitewater world when he dropped a 127-foot waterfall on Brazil’s Rio Sacre. Since then, his run has been cheered and chastised on message boards everywhere. “He’s pushing the sport,” some said, “This drop makes kayakers look crazy,” pined […]
The C&K long-boat posse returns north Playboat loops have lost their luster. At one time, seeing the tiniest of kayaks carve, spin, pop and flip through a wave feature was true entertainment at the cutting edge of the sport. But the camera-totting crowd hovering at the edge of the bedrock outcropping at Skookumchuck Narrows wants […]