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:
The second in a series of videos of Callan tackling one of Canada’s toughest canoe routes
Brothers Russell and Graham Henry completed South American leg in early October and made the 80-mile crossing from Tobago to Grenada. We caught up with them.
Kevin Callan takes on one of Canada’s toughest canoe routes—the Aglonquin.
Eddy, the beloved boating guru in Canoe & Kayak’s print magazine, has come to life on the website. This installment from the December 2008 issue Eddy answering questions on gunwales, geocaching and cryptosporidium.
Conference draws Colorado River stakeholders to Denver for water sustainability summit
The Rio Grande topped the list of America’s 10 most endangered rivers 20 years ago. We covered the story of the Rio Grande and nine other endangered rivers in our August 1993 issue, recounting the challenges they all faced.
Blind adventurer Erik Weihenmayer was held overnight this week on Peru’s Maranon River by villagers who mistook his river-running party for a dam survey crew.
As the man points his rifle at Rocky Contos’s head, he screams, “¿Porque está aquí?” “¿Qué busca? ” [Why are you here? What are you looking for?]
New England is famous for its unrivaled autumn foliage and American history. While people come from all over the world to drive and hike through the forests, the best way to view the scenery and serenity of fall in New England is by boat.
French soothsayer Nostradamus would have had a heyday this year. After an otherwise ho-hum summer, paddlers across the country were greeted by a rash of freakish, end-of-the-times weather that, in many cases, made survival a higher priority than paddling. But paddlers will be paddlers, and a few got after it anyway.
Last night, NOAA announced that it will stop printing nautical charts on paper. C&K Editor Jeff Moag’s response: trust your skills, not your batteries.