Canoe and Kayak Racks: Overcoming Small Car Syndrome
Lucky for us, rack-manufacturers are as eager to defeat mini-rig limitations as paddlers are, and they’ve conjured a staggering array of ingenious racks and accessories to keep us in the game. All good, but before you go shopping, there are a few things you’ll need to know.
10 Tips for Dealing with Fear on the Water
Overcoming fear is what addicts many of us to paddling. But when fear paralyzes you, it becomes important to manage it, rather than to let it rule your paddling experience.
7 Places to Escape from your Escape
Need to Escape From Your Escape? Here are 7 places to get away from your getaway including locations in Belize, Oahu, Florida, Louisiana, and Mexico.
From the Mag: ONE LIFE
Kayaking's next revolution will be televised, or at least filmed and paired with a pop concert. Three days with paddling's kings at the curious and miraculous debut of Altius Events' Rey Del Rio Waterfall World Championship reveal the progress of our sport, and the deeper bonds that promise to push it forward.
FACES OF WHITEWATER: The Little White Salmon Race
Mountain Mind Collective captures the Pacific Northwest's marquee race event, the 2015 Little White Salmon Race in the latest installment of their Faces of Whitewater series
Yosemite Rivers Now Open to Paddling
Yosemite National Park's new Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement for the Merced places paddling on the same footing as climbing and hiking within the park’s boundaries. The plan officially opens three coveted sections to paddling, including the Yosemite Valley, Merced Gorge and South Fork Merced.
On Sale Now: May 2015
Seldom Seen Floats
The naturally flowing streams of the arid American West are all about timing. Read Seldom Seen Floats and find out where the Best Desert Paddle Destinations are.