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Saving China’s Salween River, One Trip at a Time

This story first appeared in the August 2014 issue of Canoe & Kayak. Photos and Story by Will Stauffer-Norris This is the fourth pig carcass that has washed up in Dead Pig Eddy. The bloated creature rocks gently up and down against the beach about 10 feet away from our brewing morning coffee. The pig […]

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Rafting the White Salmon: Green Truss

04.07.2008

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Canoe & Kayak Staff BlogsSurf Kayaking with Sean Morley at the SW Sea Kayak Symposium

04.07.2008

4/6/2008 – Kate Stepan,Associate EditorIt’s not every day you get to paddle with a world champion, let alone use his boat. Oh, and then receive his expert instruction from the seat of another finely tuned, specialized craft. But this is where I found myself last Sunday morning, a paddle’s length away from professional surf kayaker […]

Tips for ‘Hucking Rubber’or How to Raft a Waterfall

04.07.2008

Rafting a waterfall is the whitewater equivalent to running full speed into a concrete wall. No matter what happens at the very least you know you’re going to take a hit. It’s not soft, there’s no real graceful way of doing it, and worse yet you have to trust the equally intelligent person next to […]

Hotel Charley Volume 3 Show Times Announced

04.04.2008

Clear H2O Films announced the showing times for Hotel Charley volume 3: The Lost World. View the preview video clip The film was inspired by the 1912 adventure novel of the same name, this upcoming installment of the Hotel Charley series sets it’s sites on the unexplored river gorges of Himalayan Asia, the Plateau region […]

Hotel Charley Volume 3

04.04.2008

Hotel Charley Volume 3, was inspired by the 1912 adventure novel of the same name, this upcoming installment of the Hotel Charley series sets it’s sites on the unexplored river gorges of Himalayan Asia, the Plateau region of South America, and the largest runnable waterfalls on earth located deep in the heart of the Mexican Sierra.

Canoe & Kayak Staff Blogs

04.02.2008

4/2/2008 – Jim Marsh, Advertising Director. As I approached Chesterman’s Beach near Tofino, B.C. I could see a lot more kayaks than surfboards. The breaks were immense, more waves were available than people to surf them. More kayaks were available than people to paddle them. The sun was blinding, the waves were perfect five footers, […]

5 Point Film Festival Debuts on May 8 in Colorado

04.02.2008

The inaugural 5Point Film Festival in Carbondale, Colorado will feature Rush Sturges in his new film, Source, as well as a panel discussion with his dad Peter about inspiring youth in the outdoors. 5Point Film, taking place May 8-10, brings together the best adventure and outdoor films from all outdoor arenas: kayaking, mountain biking, basejumping, […]

Test Driving a New Crop of This Year’s New Sea Kayaks

03.31.2008

World-famous sea kayaker and expeditioner Ed Gillet once said there are two kinds of sea kayakers, dolphins and seals. Dolphins love to play the open waters, traveling fast, surfing every swell, and crossing to distant islands. Seals need the constant stimulation of new sights along the coastline, rarely travel in a straight line, like to […]

Canoe & Kayak Staff Blogs

03.28.2008

3/27/2008 – Kate Stepan, Associate Editor.While Jeff, Robert, JB and the rest of the C&K crew were on the scene in Santa Cruz last weekend, I was out doing some surfing of a different, more unintentional kind on the Salt River in the Arizona desert. Read Jeff’s Blog on the Santa Cruz Kayak Surf Festival […]

Fourth of July Fireworks in NYC The best place to watch is from your kayak

03.27.2008

If you live in New York City and care about the outdoors, you’ll do all sorts of crazy things. You’ll train for a marathon exclusively on the 4.25-mile dirt path in Central Park. You’ll sink the bulk of your disposable income into a summer rental near the dunes of Montauk. Or you’ll cram two pairs […]

Could Jacksons be USA’s first father-daughter Olympic Teammates?

03.27.2008

World freestyle kayak champs Eric “EJ” Jackson and his daughter Emily both qualified for the U.S. Olympic Team Trials as a result of their performance at the 2008 Bank of America Whitewater U.S. Open last weekend at Nantahala Outdoor Center in Tennessee. The event served as the U.S. Olympic Team Trials Qualifier. “The Olympic Qualifier […]

The Best Way to See New England’s North Forest Canoe Trail

03.25.2008

The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) links the waterways of New York, Vermont, Québec, New Hampshire and Maine.

“Babs” Lindman Completes New Zealand’s South Island Circumnavigation

03.25.2008

2400 kilomteres and 94 days later Babs (Barbro Lindman) returned to Picton, New Zealand after circumnavigating , by sea kayak, the South Island of New Zealand. Background on Babs trip Motivation for the expedition was to photograph the coastlines wildlife, landscape and people from a different angle. This makes her one of a few who […]

Mile High Sea Kayaking Paddling Yellowstone Lake

03.25.2008

The snow fell during the night, piling around the tents and covering the boats in a white shroud. I stuck my head out the door and recoiled from the cold. The thermometer read just 20 degrees. No wonder my feet were chilled.

Epicocity Crew Completes First Stage of the ‘Rivers in Demand Project’

03.24.2008

Last Descents and the Epicocity Crew completed the first stage of their Rivers in Demand Project in China by documenting the descent of a 200-mile stretch of the Mekong River within the burgeoning conflict region of Tibet. The crew looks forward to moving past the political unrest and returning to their focus of raising awareness […]

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