Kirk Albert Walter Wipper: 1923-2011. For Kirk Wipper, a canoe was a piece of living history. It spoke of aboriginal and European builders, of designs inspired by geography and building materials, and of the movement of people across North American waterways, and, ultimately, the preservation of wild canoe country. A canoe was meant to be paddled—as a means of discovering history firsthand.
On the water with for a San Francisco paddling symposium. Video highlights from the Golden Gate Sea Kayak Symposium…
Going as strong as he is puts Harry Cox, age 61, in pretty select company. But, in fact, his accomplishments and zeal for life elevates him—a sort of Dean of Atlantic Canadian Kayaking—to a class all his own.
Photos from the La Push Pummel surf kayak gathering
Affixing an old canoe’s second skin
Inside the arena at Madison, Wisconsin’s “World’s Largest Paddle Sports Expo”
Dispute to test rights of private property owners vs. the paddling public; trial set for May
The latest webisode trailer for Shasta Boyz Productions’ forthcoming film
Brian ‘Breal’ Ward on paddling in winter
The legendary Dennis Judson is hard to miss.
Washington resident remembered for brilliant smile and passion for paddling
Event organizer Darren Bush’s picks for this weekend’s best presentations at Canoecopia
Winter wave seekers gather on Washington coast for annual weekend surf session
A kayak is freedom for Caleb Brousseau, star of film, ‘My Hero’
Documenting a unique Grand Canyon run in historic wooden boats
Enormous logjam created two years ago by flooding flushes out in more floods
Jared Seiler runs infamous falls of Wapwallopen Creek near Nescopeck, PA