Two friends from the UK set out for the Philippines adventure of a lifetime, and find plenty of it along the way
Tips for traveling to paddle. The second dispatch from the team attempting to complete the first kayak circumnavigation of Jamaica.
A Tim Hortons catchup covers the motivations and highlights of Mike Ranta's second solo cross-continent canoe voyage.
British university students William McCreadie and George Parry discuss the recent completion of their 2,000-mile 'Golden Arc' Caribbean sea kayak crossing of the Antilles.
Traci Lynn Martin, a 49-year-old registered nurse in Kansas City, Missouri, wanted a new paddling goal—an ambitious one. And what could be more ambitious than setting a world record? So Martin went to the world record people, Guinness, and looked u[...]
Avoiding Barges: Inside Kris Laurie's Missouri-Mississippi River source-to-sea odyssey
“If you have lost faith in humanity, paddle a river.” – Alyce Kuenzli I caught up with Lisa Pugh four days after she and Alyce Kuenzli reached the Gulf of Mexico, becoming the first all-female team to canoe the fourth longest river system in th[...]
Many paddlers have completed longer solo trips than Gienieczko, but his sponsors never heard of any of them. Even if they had, the Guinness name would bring publicity, and publicity would bring money.
Inside British sea kayaker and filmmaker Erin Bastian's latest project above the Arctic Circle in Norway’s Lofoten Islands, where she explores a dreamscape of fjords, mountains, exposed coastline and quaint fishing villages.
Mike Ranta finishes 4,750-mile solo canoe journey across Canada, as 150 supporters greet the affable voyageur on Day 200 as he reaches Dominion Beach on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, the easternmost point of mainland Canada.
“Right now I’m feeling like a million bucks,” says Ranta, closing in on the end to his historic pan-continent solo canoe voyage, at the end of Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island.