Week in Review: December 19, 2014

Bear Grylls on surfing the Ottawa River: “If he capsizes…he might not survive.” A little over-the-top? Maybe, but Devyn Scott sure is good at what he does Kayak launch fail. This shouldn’t be so difficult Sometimes the third time isn’t the charm La Garganta del Diablo, The Throat of the Devil Aptly named Kev Brady […]

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Celtic Tiderace 2


Attempting to make the first successful kayak crossing from Scotland to the Faroe Islands On the fourth of June 2009 Patrick Winterton will embark on an attempt to make the first successful kayak crossing from Scotland to the Faroe Islands, a distance of over 225 miles (360km) across one of the most tidal and stormbound […]

Tyler Bradt’s World Record Plunge


On April 21, Tyler Bradt kayaked over 186-foot-high Palouse Falls, breaking the waterfall world record of 127 feet. Produced by Aurora Photos.

Tyler Bradt Graces Sports Illustrated


Finding Tyler Bradt in the pages of every paddlesports mag in the industry has been easy. Now you can find him gracing the pages of Sports Illustrated too. In April, Bradt destoyed his own world record-and the unofficial marks of Paul Gamache and Brazil’s Pedro Oliva-when he stuck 186-foot Palouse Falls in Washington. NBC’s Today […]

Reno River Festival Finals


2009 Reno Men’s and Woman’s Final

Slalom Phenom Tyler Hinton


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…

Images From the Cheat Race


Check out all the action from Cheat Race, photos courtesy of Irene Owsley.

Guiding California’s Cherry Creek


Located just outside Yosemite National Park, the Class V Cherry Creek is the most challenging and exciting commercially run river in California.

Exploring Vancouver Island


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Sea Kayaking Party Tricks


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.)

Kern River Fest Gallery


Kern River Fest Photo Gallery

Dry Meadow Tragedy


What started out as an epic father-son outing turned into tragedy when Jon Burnham, 63, father of Macy, was killed paddling on California’s Kern River Friday, April 17. Friday morning before the Kern River Festival, a group of about 14 hiked into the Seven Teacups on Dry Meadow Creek, a tributary to the Kern River. […]

Kayak Fishing Matlacha


Kayak Fishing Matlacha

Kayak Fishing Tales: Working an Eddy Line


Kayak Fishing Tales: Working an Eddy Line

Canoe Guru


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


Kayak Fishing Tales: Draw Stroke

See Caves by Sea Kayak


Sea kayaking into caves and through the arches and tunnels of Milos, Greece

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