Teaser for “Why Rush Through Paradise?” a film debuting next week on CanoeKayak.com, as contributor John Nestler spends 27 days alone exploring the Grand Canyon: the longest continuous wilderness river in the Lower 48.
by Marty Grabijas first appeared in october 2005 The many sublime moments that a paddler is privy to could fill the Grand Canyon. Few would argue that greasing across flatwater in a race-worthy boat isn’t one of them. Take a warm day, a piece of flatwater, a focused effort, and watch the shoreline go by […]
by Larry Rice first appeared in October 2005 issues Some of my whitewater buds think I’m exaggerating, but after my boat, paddle, PFD, and helmet, my most valued piece of paddling equipment is my drysuit. I can’t begin to count the number of days I would have been cold, miserable, or possibly hypothermic—or just plain […]
By Larry Rice Story first appeared in October, 2005 issue. The photos are a Canoe & Kayak Web exclusive, only appearing on our website. Everyone I know who has done a fair bit of boating has experienced personality clashes on trips, some minor, others full-blown perfect storms. So let me make this bold statement: More […]
This latest 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 A tranquil Greenland campsite provides one of the more reflective moments during the “Trip from Hell” that begins on page 46. Photo by Larry Rice FEATURES Trespassing […]
The International Whitewater Hall of Fame and Museum recognizes and honors individuals who have made significant accomplishments in and contributions to whitewater related activities. The following inductees are being honored in the outlined categories: Pioneer Bob McNair, Massachusetts – wrote THE manual for basic river canoeing techniques; instrumental in forming American Whitewater Affiliation uniting clubs […]
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Oregon’s high-desert John Day River lives up to its wild and scenic status.
Want to get a whitewater park going in your home town? A conference coming up in October will enable you to meet the experts, people who have been there and done that in cities from Reno, Nevada, to Athens, Greece. The Whitewater Courses and Parks Conference takes place October 5-7, in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. In […]
AT A GLANCE Kayak Journal Podcasts from Penstock Productions The newest way to get your paddlesports news on the web A podcast is a pe-recorded radio show You can subscribe to Regular broadcasts Free to subscribers Links for more information: www.kayakjournal.com all about podcasts Podcast Directory Kayak Journal Podcast Blog Asheville, NC – Some of […]
By Alan Belford Taken from the October 2005 issue Perhaps Oswegatchie means “black river,” as Onondaga tradition claims. Or perhaps it means “coming or going around a hill.” Or maybe, as my friend suggested, it’s the trash talk you dish out to mosquitoes as you slap them: “Oss, I gotch ye!” But regardless of the […]
Photography and Review by Berne Broudy AT A GLANCE Gear Review of 12 Lightweight Camping Accessories Cocoon – Silk Mummyliner Lightload – Camp Towel MSR – Packtowl Ultralite Quixote Design – Down Travel Pillow Big Agnes – Insulated Air Core Mattress GSI Outdoors – Micro Table Snow Peak – Titanium Cafe Latte Set Therm-A-Rest – […]
AT A GLANCE Outdoor Retailer Show is: Twice a year (Summer & Winter Shows), held in Salt Lake City, where outdoor product manufacturers market their goods to retailers (not the general public) who place orders for their stores. Show buzz was the purchase of Watermark by Confluence. Lots of new products..a bazillion new toys Kayak […]