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Why Rush Through Paradise?

Teaser for “Why Rush Through Paradise?” a film debuting next week on CanoeKayak.com, as contributor John Nestler spends 27 days alone exploring the Grand Canyon: the longest continuous wilderness river in the Lower 48.

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Testing Boundaries

08.01.2012

I always thought I needed to do something ‘legitimate’ for a living. Then when I graduated I got job offers in geology, and thought, ‘What do I need money for so badly that I’m ready to sacrifice my life for it?’

Gallery—Trey Cambern

08.01.2012

The inspiration to movie Deliverance which introduced a generation of adventure-seekers to the possibilities of river-running.

Gallery—Mike Leeds

08.01.2012

Washington kayaker Darren Albright boofs Rodeo Hole in Jacob’s Ladder, the signature rapid of Idaho’s North Fork Payette, during the 2012 North Fork Championship.

Dirtbag Diaries—Amazon Solo

08.01.2012

Kayaking is an inexpensive way to travel. So I bought a continental map of South America and could see that it was possible to connect the rivers from Venezuela in the north all the way to Argentina.

Gallery—Zbigniew Bzdak

08.01.2012

Robin Moore and Todd Gulick during the fifth Canoandes expedition to the Colca River Canyon in 1991.

Testing Boundaries

08.01.2012

Rivers carve deep canyons and divide hostile neighbors. They cut pathways through lawless country, and beckon us to follow. It’s no wonder that river-runners have their own canon of unspoken boundaries that, from time to time, they feel compelled to cross.

Learning the ropes, with Jim Coffey

08.01.2012

In Episode 4 of the R3: Rescue for River Runners whitewater safety video lesson series debuting on CanoeKayak.com, Jim Coffey provides throw-rope tips and principles, as well as a two-swimmer, one-rope exercise to put to use.

En Route: Rails to Whales

07.30.2012

Canoeing and kayaking over 1,800 miles from Jasper, Alberta, to Hudson Bay on the thrift.

London Live Feed

07.28.2012

Now American canoe/kayak fans can watch every paddle stroke—and every minute of every other sport, no matter how obscure—on their computer, smartphone or tablet, in real time. The only caveat is that you need a cable subscription to access the goods. Here’s how:

Voss like a boss

07.28.2012

C&K contributor Mike McKay’s photo gallery and report from Stage 3 of the AWP Whitewater World Series, the Brandseth Downhill Extreme Race in Voss, Norway.

Kayaking Ukraine: Olympic Refugees

07.27.2012

Jeffrey Andreoni and Giulio D’Eramo are escaping London’s Olympic crowds by fleeing the country (for a month) to paddle Ukraine’s Dnieper River.

London 2012 Olympic Preview

07.27.2012

The (paddling) Games of the XXX Olympiad.

LESSONS FROM THE RIVER: It All Washes Out In the End

07.27.2012

Dispatch No. 5 from C&K Online Editor Dave Costello’s week at First Descents.

Win a Trip to Hawaii!

07.26.2012

Enter etnies The Planet is Your Playground Photo Contest.

Wisconsin’s Olympic (pre)preview

07.26.2012

ICF Junior/U-23 Canoe Slalom Worlds wrap up in Wausau, Wis.

LESSONS FROM THE RIVER: Ditch the Heavy Stuff

07.26.2012

Dispatch No. 4 from C&K Online Editor Dave Costello’s week at First Descents.

LESSONS FROM THE RIVER: Self-Rescue

07.25.2012

Dispatch No. 3 from C&K Online Editor Dave Costello’s week at First Descents.

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