- Kayak Touring
The Echo II lightweight tent package embodies the qualities Hyperlite Mountain Gear has come to be known for. Seriously lightweight, really tough, carefully designed and meticulously manufactured.
Gear-packing paddlers should check out the Kayak Kaddy, a teardrop- shaped external hull that acts as a watertight roto-molded trailer to distribute the load on your paddlecraft of choice.
Kayaking has been transformative for Missy Campau, 35, of Port Huron, Michigan. The paddling bug has transformed the upbeat, former stay-at-home mom into a key community volunteer and entrepreneur. Th[...]
Justin Staker, a 37-year old physical therapist and PhD student at the University of Minnesota, spent summer weekends during his childhood at his grandparents’ home on Lake Pepin, a naturally occurr[...]
6 easy-packing camping accessories for paddling season ahead
Oru Kayak, which introduced its original 12-foot ‘origami kayak’ in 2012 with the most successful Kickstarter campaign in paddling history, is at it again. This morning the company opened [...]
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 [...]
Early in her paddling career, Samantha Christen, 44, a teacher living in Chattanooga, Tennessee, preferred a long touring kayak. A friend tried to convince her to take his Jackson Kayak Journey 13.5 f[...]
If you can follow directions, you can build a sea kayak from a kit. If you could program a VCR, you can probably do this.
Words: Joe Jackson Photos: Aaron Schmidt The Wild and Scenic stretch of Oregon’s Lower Rogue could well be defined as a crossover river. Ambling miles of emerald Class II punctuated with whoop-worth[...]