Expedition Interview: Martin Trahan – Pull of the North

Expedition Interview: Martin Trahan's 2,000 miles on the Yukon River

Inside Martin Trahan's 2,000-mile 'Pull of the North' journey on the Yukon River.

Peace By Paddling

Peace by Paddling: A 3,500-mile humanitarian sea kayak tour of Europe

Catching up with humanitarian Mark Fuhrmann’s European sea kayak tour, awarding community-building "silent heroes" in 15 cities of his 3,500-mile solo paddling expedition from Oslo to Athens.

High Water, Big Finishes at 2017 North Fork Championship VI

High Water, Big Finishes at North Fork Championship VI

Photo gallery and event recap from Idaho's 2017 North Fork Championship VI

Inside the 24-Hour Distance Padding World Record Speed Descent of the Salmon River

Inside the 24-Hour Distance Padding World Record Speed Descent of the Salmon River

"With record snowpack, paddling high-water levels, nonstop, into the heart of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness: This was a challenge beyond what any of us had ever known."

Chase for the Salmon Speed Record

Chase for the Salmon Speed Record

A 24-hour rowing attempt at the distance paddling world record by Idaho rafters Jon Barker, Ian Faurot and Shane Moser broke the distance record, setting a new 282-mile mark by using a single cataraft and linking sections of Idaho's Salmon River sys[...]

Preparing for the Rowdiest North Fork Championship Yet

Preparing for the Rowdiest North Fork Championship Yet

Catching up with event organizer James Byrd on the eve of the sixth, and potentially largest, North Fork Championship to date

Bradt, Serrasolses, and Wells brothers Set New 24-Hour Distance Record on Idaho’s Salmon

Whitewater kayakers break 24-hour distance record linking high-water Idaho runs

This weekend, expedition kayakers Tyler Bradt, Aniol Serrasolses, and brothers Todd and Brendan Wells paddled nearly 300 miles of continuous whitewater to set a new 24-hour distance world record by linking high-water runs on upper tributaries of Idah[...]

Cross-Canada Dispatch #1: Up and Over British Columbia

Cross-Canada Dispatch #1: Up and Over British Columbia

Photojournalist David Jackson shares photos and memories from 50 days with cross-Canada canoeist Mike Ranta

Unleashing Big Water Potential

Unleashed, the new multi-stage whitewater kayak competition in Québec

Behind the scenes of Unleashed, the innovative new multi-stage whitewater kayak competition invitational in Québec.

Event Gallery: Oklahoma City Whitewater Festival

Event Gallery: Oklahoma City Whitewater Festival

Coverage from the inaugural Oklahoma City Whitewater Festival, where the OKC's Riversport Rapids complex hosted a freestyle kayak exhibition, a slalom race, as well as two national paddling competitions – the R-4 National Rafting Championships and [...]

Paddling the Inside Passage with Wild Raven Adventure

Paddling the Inside Passage with Wild Raven Adventure

Long-haul canoeists Pierre Pepin and Jennifer Gosselin on the second stage of their NorAm Odyssey.

Setback for 70-year-old Transatlantic Kayaker Aleksander Doba

Setback for 70-year-old Transatlantic Kayaker Aleksander Doba

A 70-year-old grandfather attempting his third Atlantic crossing in a kayak has been turned back by heavy weather and will try again to clear the U.S. east coast later this week.

Into the Danger Zone

Into the Danger Zone

Paddlers Ross Murray-Jones and Mark Coronato describe the crux of an impressive two-month, 800-mile sea kayak circumnavigation of the Philippines island of Palawan.

Septuagenarian Aleksander Doba is Kayaking the Atlantic, Again

Septuagenarian Aleksander Doba is Kayaking the Atlantic, Again

Doba is paddling his kayak from New York to Portugal. He left the mouth of New York Harbor yesterday, May 8, after nearly being swept onto rocks in Sandy Hook, the same spit of land where his kayak was driven ashore nearly a year ago.