Run ‘n Fun Reviews: 2016 River-Runners
Don’t buy the hype about big waterfalls and huge freestyle tricks. First and foremost, whitewater paddling is about fun. Carving in and out of eddies, surfing the occasional wave and just plain reading and running Class II and III whitewater—those are the things that feed a boater’s soul.
Tip of the Week: Top Secret Brain Hacks for Better Beta and Cleaner, Safer Lines
Jackson Kayak Tip of the Week By Jake Ament Solid beta is an absolutely priceless commodity. Bad beta, however, is unforgivable. There is one very common mistake that I hear all the time when people are explaining how to safely navigate a rapid. The good news is that one simple fix can keep you safe
(Next) Best Paddling Towns: Conway, S.C.
Explore the lazy, blackwater stretches of the Waccamaw River. The Waccamaw travels 140 miles through wetlands and cypress forests from Lake Waccamaw in North Carolina, snaking past Conway to Winyah Bay, just south of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
The largest dam removal project in history sparks a source-to-sea adventure through a wounded landscape on the verge of rebirth.
Carry-on Adventures Episode 4: Venice from the Canals
The final episode of Carry-On Adventures powered by Expedia documents a light and fast paddling tour of Venice, Italy to, from, and through its storied canals.
By Sam Boykin While visiting Charlotte, N.C., this summer, 18-year-old Lauren Seitz, along with several other members of the Westerville, Ohio, church choir, decided to check out the U.S. National Whitewater Center (USNWC). The sprawling outdoor sports complex has mountain bike trails, rock climbing walls and ziplines. But the main attraction is the Class IV
On Sale Now: Summer 2016
VOTING IS OPEN FOR THE 2016 CANOE & KAYAK AWARDS
CARLSBAD, Calif., June 27, 2016 — Voting for the fifth annual Canoe & Kayak Awards is now open through July 20. A production of Canoe & Kayak magazine, each year the C&K Awards recognize the world’s best in the sport of paddling, as voted on by the paddling community. Last month, C&K asked readers to