We’d planned to camp, but a nagging afternoon drizzle has left the three of us bone-chilled and tired. The crackling fireplace of The Rose Revived, a small 16th century riverfront pub and inn, draws us inside and holds us there. That night we sleep between sheets, as a steady rain pounds the Rose’s windowpanes. The […]
A source-to-sea misadventure during a pub crawl on the Thames
Take three days to do a Grand Canyon trip. Can a team of guys paddle the full stretch of the Colorado River in half a week?
With autumn in full swing, there are so many places where people can go paddling in New England. The Connecticut river is one of them.
Paddler David Spiegel weighs in on the risks and rewards of capitalizing on Colorado’s historically rainy fall season, raising questions about paddler responsibilities in a flood-ravaged disaster zones.
In this flipbook, writer Forrest McCarthy and photographer Moe Witschard explore the extraordinary rivers and troubled history of Bosnia by packraft.
Six new drysuits highlighted in the December 2013 issue of Canoe & Kayak and put through an “exclusive, super-scientific, extra-qualitative stress test,” by Contributing Editor Joe Jackson.
The River Gator project to build a paddler’s guide to the Lower Mississippi Water Trail gains momentum with the website live at rivergator.org, and as paddlers embark on the first of three November trips to mark the expansion of the trail, which outfitter/water trail architect John Ruskey describes as “the longest free-flowing water trail in the continental United States, over 1155 miles from St. Louis to the Gulf of Mexico.”
Maui photographer Darrell Wong utilizes creative exposure and an aerial perspective to capture this unique image of downwind paddling icon Danny Ching.
Who owns water? Two brothers paddled the Chattahoochee-Flint-Apalachicola Rivers last March and made a film about what the watershed means for improving water use policy around the country.
Our August 2013 Letter of the Month award winner, Nebraska paddler Bruce Tomes, sharing the tale of his battle with cancer, inspired by his goal to kayak again with his granddaughter
More than 100 kayakers from around the world came to take on the Green Race, but it was the Asheville paddler Pat Keller who claimed victory with a time of 4 minutes 14 seconds, keeping the win close to home.
Running the Green Narrows is no joke. You should make sure you are at the top of your game, but just as importantly, you’d better have the right gear to get you down the Southeast’s most iconic creek.
The International Canoe Federation just made Oklahoma City the host for the 2014 ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships. This will be the first time the event has been held in the United States.
David Fusilli from Demshitz tackles the Green Narrows—including Gorilla Rapid—in a P&H hammer.
The original and biggest creek race in America will take place this Saturday in North Carolina. As always, the 18th edition of the Green Race will be both a grass-roots celebration and an elite competition. Top whitewater athletes from around the world will join local stalwarts and weekend warriors to test their skills on the […]
The journey from the mouth of the Columbia River on the Pacific Ocean to its headwaters in British Columbia has been nearly a year in the works: