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The Olek Doba Kayak Mission Nears Completion

Under threatening twilight skies, sea kayaker Aleksander Doba arrived in Port Canaveral, Fla., yesterday at 7:20 p.m., after a 5,400-mile crossing of the Atlantic Ocean that began Oct. 5, 2013 in Lisbon, Portugal.

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Compass Review

02.11.2003

A compass doesn’t tell you which way you’re going. Nor how far you’ve gone. For that matter, unless you’re off the west coast of Florida, it doesn’t even point north. So why even bother with one? If you paddle on a little pond within constant sight of your house you might not need one. However, […]

Good Times on the Main Salmon

02.07.2003

An 80-mile, seven-day run down the Main Salmon River gives paddlers postcard scenery, wide-open wave trains, and a Christmas gift that keeps on giving.

Land of the Lost

02.01.2003

In Edward Abbey’s collection of essays titled The Journey Home, the conservationist wrote: “Why … go walking into the desert? … [T]here [is] nothing out there … but the silent world.” The world to which he refers is silent only in comparison to our noise-saturated urban world. Like the “peace and quiet” of any other […]

Eddies from Space

01.30.2003

NASA’s Earth Observatory is full of images that appeal to paddlers. Here, they show giant eddies off of British Columbia’s Queen Charlotte Islands and Alaska’s Alexander Archipelago, displayed to highlight the presence of biological activity in the ocean. The eddies are formed by strong outflow currents from rivers along North America’s west coast that are […]

Paddling Schools – West

01.27.2003

JACKSON HOLE KAYAK SCHOOL 307-733-2471 Web: www.jhkayakschool.com Experience the Fun – Whitewater Kayaking in Jackson Hole! 1st timers and veteran paddlers alike enjoy the World famous Snake River and its tributaries. Learn to kayak or hone your skills on the friendly waters and big waves of the West’s premier instructional river. Join our expert staff […]

Virginia

01.26.2003

Jan. 24 – Ray McLain – Moving On

01.24.2003

The paddling world has lost one of its finest. Ray McLain, former national marathon and whitewater canoe champion, American Canoe Association Instructor Trainer, and team manager and coach to many top-class young boaters, died January 23, 2003, after being diagnosed with advanced colon cancer about 17 months ago. He was 65. Ray was a graduate […]

A Taste of the South

01.24.2003

It is February, yet golden sunlight warms my shoulders as my boat glides over the glass-smooth brown water. A snowy egret takes startled flight as my kayak approaches. I paddle on through peaceful marshes, making my way to my final destination-a fresh seafood lunch on the shady open deck of a nearby restaurant. Are you […]

30 Years and Counting

01.24.2003

After three decades, first as Canoe Magazine and later as Canoe & Kayak, we’re the number one paddlesports resource in the world, and we intend to stay that way. 2003 is a special year for us because it marks the 30th anniversary of Canoe & Kayak Magazine. Our first issue was published and placed on […]

Goodbye Winter, Hello Costa Rica

01.24.2003

THE WHITEWATER IS NEARLY nonstop-fun and feisty Class II-III rapids spiced with rock gardens, gnarly holes, and playful surf waves. Exotically pristine, the warm, clear Rio Pejibaye courses through a hilly, emerald-green corridor that is home to ever-elusive jungle cats, monkeys, raccoon-like coatimundis, peccaries, and sloths. Squawking green parrots, crow-sized black-and-yellow oropendulas, and keel-billed toucans […]

Open-Boat Boot Camp

01.23.2003

“So you want some bigger water, eh?” our guide asked mischievously as he checked out his new, untested recruits. A few days earlier, upon first meeting Andrew Westwood, one of North America’s top whitewater canoe competitors and instructors, my three fellow paddlers and I had innocently inquired if we could run a few Class IVs […]

Honduras

01.23.2003

WEST PEAK INN 831-786-0406 Website: www.westpeakinn.com Sea kayaking in the Bay Islands. Trips around the remote, Caribbean island of Guanaja offer paddlers an abundance of wilderness adventures. Hikes to refreshing waterfalls, visits to island communities, snorkel and scuba the unspoiled coral colonies on this great barrier reef. UNCOMMON ADVENTURES 866-882-5525 Uncommon Adventures in the Bay […]

Quebec

01.23.2003

Nova Scotia

01.23.2003

COASTAL ADVENTURES 877-404-2774 Web: www.coastaladventures.com Atlantic Canada’s foremost sea kayaking operation (since 1982). Something for every taste: Nova Scotia’s archipelago, the Cape Breton Highlands and whales, the PEI beaches, the Bay of Fundy tides, Newfoundland’s fjords and icebergs – and Europe. Tours, courses (BCU & CRCA), rentals.

Canada

01.23.2003

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Utah

01.23.2003

TEX’S RIVERWAYS – CANOE CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK Contact: Darren Vaughan P.O. Box 67C Moab, UT 84532 435-259-5101 E-mail: info@texsriverways.com Web: www.texsriverways.com Wilderness canoeing down the Green or Colorado rivers into the heart of the park, returning by jet boat to Moab. Experts in backcountry exploration possibilities. Family business with personal touch. Free brochure.

Montana

01.23.2003

MISSOURI RIVER CANOE COMPANY 800-426-2926 E-mail: info@paddlemontana.com Web: www.paddlemontana.com Touch the Trail of Lewis & Clark in our back yard. Eco-Tours, Accommodations and Outfitting services begin at Virgelle, Montana, in the heart of the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument. In service for over 20 years. WILD ROCKIES TOURS PO Box 8184 Missoula, MT 59807 […]

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