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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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LVM – Eat That Russia

06.22.2007

LVM goes to Russia

Rafting Russia’s Bashkaus River

06.22.2007

Four rafters ruffle the iron curtain in homemade rafts.

June 2007 Table of Contents – Canoe & Kayak Magazine

06.19.2007

The special Rafting Issue of Canoe & Kayak is on sale now. Pick up a copy at your local newsstand or paddling shop, or subscribe today! On the Cover:Paddle-rafting Costa Rica’s Rio Reventazon. Photo by Paul Villecourt. DESTINATIONS Adventures in Tasmania – Ecology and Culture in the land beyond the seas. By John Bowermaster Living […]

Sitka Sound Ocean Adventure Race

06.19.2007

Race co-founder Mark Gorman claimed the overall title in the inaugural Sitka Sound Ocean Adventure Race on Saturday. The race for any human-powered watercraft benefited the Sitka Maritime Heritage Society, which is renovating a historic boat house so it can be used as a museum. The entrants used kayaks, rowing sculls and two Tlingit warrior […]

Pacific Horizons Trailer

06.19.2007

The Vancouver Island region is a large, sparsely populated area, encompassing Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands as well as a portion of the mainland. It has one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems: rainforests, marshes, meadows, beaches, mountains, oceans, rivers and lakes create habitats for multitudes of wildlife species.

Kayaking the Suwanee River

06.15.2007

Like the Jack Daniels’ in my guide’s hip flask, the Suwannee River colours my dangling feet in a warm amber wash. We are somewhere in Georgia, above the Florida state line when we paddle our Crayola-coloured kayaks around another serpentine bend. Six good ol’ boys are standing crotch-deep in the whiskey waters, the golden hue […]

North Coast Surf Kayak Festival – Hobuck Hoedown

06.15.2007

The first annual Hobuck Hoedown – the North Coast Surf Kayaking Festival was a resounding success. The Memorial Day Festival was located on the Olympic Peninsula at Hobuck Beach near Cape Flattery ( a Makah Indian Nation town), the extreme Northwestern point of the continental USA. The festival, the first of its kind in the […]

Bear Paw Resort Destroyed in Tornado

06.14.2007

Severe storms that ripped through the Midwest June 7 destroyed much of the Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Resort in Northeast Wisconsin, leveling buildings and throwing kayaks and merchandise across the highway and into the trees. Co-owner Jamee Peters watched from the basement of one of 10 buildings on the 25-acre property near White Lake, Wisconsin, […]

Amateur Video Contest: Corey Robinson

06.14.2007

Canoe & Kayak’s Amateur Video Contest
Filmed & Edited by: Corey Robinson
Movie Title: Lockapalooza ’06

Amateur Video Contest Winner: Scott Neely

06.14.2007

Canoe & Kayak’s Amateur Video Contest
filmed and Edited by: Scott Neely
Movie Title:My Kayaking Video

Amateur Video Contest: Sam Perry (#2)

06.14.2007

Canoe & Kayak’s Amateur Video Contest
Sam Perry
Movie Title: drof Creek
This is Sam’s second submission

Amateur Video Contest : Sam Perry

06.09.2007

Sam’s first entry into the contest. Great footage of Alpacka raft and some crazy packrafting.
Is the Alpacka Raft a toy or a legit boat? Read Eugene Buchanan’s take on The Amazing Alpacka Raft Canoe & Kayak’s Amateur Video Contest
Filmed & Edited by: Sam Perry
Movie Title : Salty Schnitzal

Canoe Paddle Review 2007

06.06.2007

A paddle is to canoeing what a pair of hiking boots is to backpacking—the wrong choice becomes painfully obvious about ten minutes into the trip, and no matter how long you keep slogging, it won’t let you forget. Not for a minute. Spending time bandaging blisters instead of enjoying your surroundings is a bummer, especially […]

Teva Mountain Games 2007 – Summary

06.05.2007

Familiar faces captured the paddling podium at this year’s Teva Mountain Games, which wrapped up this weekend in Vail, Colorado. Paddling legend Eric Jackson took first in both the men’s paddlecross and freestyle events, while Nikki Kelly and Tao Berman absconded with the steep creek race crowns for women and men, respectively. Teva Games ’07 […]

Whitewater Hall of Fame Nominations for 2007 Elections

06.05.2007

The nominees for the 2007 Class of Inductees into the International Whitewater Hall of Fame have been selected in four categories: Advocate, Champion, Explorer and Pioneer. The nominees are: Advocate: Bill Endicott (USA), Kent Ford (USA), Dave Kurtz (USA), Bill Mason (Canada), William Nealy (USA), and Risa Shimoda (USA) Champion: Dana Chladek (USA), Eric Evans […]

Teva Mountain Games 2007 – Day One

05.31.2007

The Teva Mountain Games kicked off in Vail today with the Dowd Chute raft and kayak paddlecross competitions. Raft teams and kayakers ran down the Class IV Dowd Chute section of the Eagle River as the athletes charged through the boulders in the race against the clock. The winners : Dowd Chute Paddlecross Men’s Kayak […]

Amateur Video Contest : AZ Boys

05.30.2007

A whitewater treat from the AZ Boys – they say they “have no water”….see for yourself…

Buyer's Guide

Buyer's Guide