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Destination: The Green River’s Labyrinth and Stillwater Canyons

Most of the Southwest’s canyon floats involve serious whitewater. What makes this section of the Green River perfect for sinking into “River Time” is that it dives deep into that rock-wall dimension, but the current stays benign the entire route, a no-brainer for open canoes or touring kayaks. The other draw is that the potential […]

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5 Things You May Not Know About the Dagger RPM

01.31.2014

The Dagger RPM might very well be the epitome of “Classic.” C&K contributor and gear-head Eric Adsit offers five facts you may not have known about it.

Dagger RPM 9.0 Limited

01.31.2014

Not many paddlers want to let go of what works. Dagger responded to the demand of a reintroduction of the discontinued classic with Dagger RPM 9.0 Limited.

Jackson Fun Runner 70

01.31.2014

Jackson Kayaks is definitely on to something with the combination of sporty and roomy in its Jackson Fun Runner 70.

Canoe Camping Recipes: Naan Bread

01.30.2014

Making a gourmet meal in the wilderness is less intimidating than it sounds. Breads are easy recipes. Here are the camping recipes for two Indian breads.

The Grand Inga Project

01.29.2014

Tyler Bradt, Rush Sturges, Steve Fisher, and Ben Marr fire up The Congo’s Infamous Inga Rapids.

Crazy or Calculated: Evan Garcia Runs Salto de la Puma

01.28.2014

Some people would call Evan Garcia’s stunt crazy. Fortunately for the sport, he knows better. Watch the latest of the whitewater kayaking videos: La Puma

Best Backcountry Tents for 2014

01.27.2014

Those who want to do multi-day paddling trips will need a good backcountry tent. We have profiled what we think are the best backcountry tents for 2014.

Why Paddle the Mississippi River — Part 3: The Mystery

01.26.2014

This series of tales explores the cultural and ecological history of the Lower Mississippi River to answer the question: why don’t Americans love their river?

Olek to Rescuers: No Thanks

01.25.2014

Polish adventurer Aleksander Doba, 111 days into his trans-Atlantic crossing, recently turned away would-be rescuers on Dec 23, during his crossing from Portugal to Florida.

Mountainsmith Morrison 2 Tent

01.24.2014

The Mountainsmith Morrison 2 is quite simply the best tent value for the money of any shelter C&K gear contributor Rob Lyon has seen to date.

North Face Mica FL 2

01.24.2014

If you’re a weight-conscious backpacker and travel in three-season conditions, the North Face Mica FL 2 is an excellent choice among the tents out there.

Golden Gate Sea Kayak Symposium Countdown

01.24.2014

The Golden Gate Sea Kayak Symposium offers a three-day weekend of adventure and learning in one of the most spectacular sea-paddling locations anywhere.

Top 5 Tips for Camping With Kids

01.23.2014

Parenthood enticed Canadian mountain guide Dan Clark and his wife Alice Young Clark to hit the water. Here are their top five tips for camping with kids.

My Dinner with Doba

01.22.2014

Three months into his second trans-Atlantic paddle, we offer a tale from Aleksander Doba’s tour of the U.S. following the completion of his 2011 crossing.

DIRTBAG DIARIES: Following Tomass

01.22.2014

The hardest part of traveling to Siberia is traveling to Siberia. Matt Young recounts his whitewater paddling journey through Russia’s rugged backcountry.

No. 1 Dad

01.21.2014

Dan and Alice Young Clark’s inspiring, award-winning film about bringing their small children into the wilderness for a bold 100-day trip last summer.

The Sable Crossing

01.21.2014

Conor Mihell A crescent of sand over 120 miles off the coast of Nova Scotia has legendary status in the Canadian Maritimes. Sable Island is known as the “Graveyard of the Atlantic.” Pieces of the Andrea Gail, a fishing vessel that sunk in 1991’s “Perfect Storm,” were discovered on the island—adding to its infamy in […]

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