Shoulder Season Gear
Kick-start your early melt canoe-tripping season with this all-season camping gear
River Etiquette: 8 Tips for Paddling in a Group
By Kim Russell River etiquette is just as important as table etiquette. Below are eight important tips to stay safe and happy both on and off the river. 1. River signals: Have you ever been on the opposite side of the river from your friends and played a game of charades as you tried to
(Next) Best Paddling Towns: Breaux Bridge, LA
A closer look at Breaux Bridge, La., the jumping off point for Bayou Teche, a 135-mile water trail connecting 15 communities in Cajun country, which recently earned National Water Trail designation through the National Park Service.
Rey Del Spirit: Progressive Waterfall Event Spices Up 2016 Little White Salmon Race
Above: Galen Vockhausen wowed spectators at the 2016 Little White Salmon Race’s Spirit Falls event by forging a new line and attempting to throw a backflip. He didn’t stick the landing, but he definitely opened people’s eyes to new possibilities. Photos, video and words by Eli Spiegel Last weekend marked the sixth successful edition of
Carry-On Adventures Episode 2: Lake Nicaragua’s Forgotten Islands
The second episode of Carry-on Adventures presented by Expedia captures a paddling trip back in time on the remote Solentiname Archipelago of Lake Nicaragua.
Film Debut: Salween Spring
Film by Will Stauffer-Norris and NRS Films “You’ve got to believe in the power of the river to take care of itself. You’ve got to believe it just makes sense for there to be free flowing rivers in the world and for people to be able to experience them.” — Travis Winn, Last Descents River
On Sale Now: Spring 2016
12 Reasons to Start Paddling
In my book, nothing on the planet matches self-propelled boats and water for the spectrum of gratifications; from thrills to serenity, and from awe to that delicious touch of terror.