Though expedition kayaking is evolving fast, paddlers are still uniquely obligated to protect its benchmark run, B.C.'s Grand Canyon of the Stikine.
Eric Deguil and Adriene Levknecht's personal records highlight 21st annual Green Race
What you wear paddling is important. What you should wear depends on the paddling environment and the likelihood of taking an unexpected swim.
Kayakers have a saying: We’re all between swims. Here paddling instructors Paul and Kate Kuthe show you how to get back in your kayak if you capsive. This is Episode 7 in our Safer Paddling Series.
Harbors and marinas have plenty of protected water to explore, and can be great places to launch a small boat. With all sorts of activities from boats big and small, there are lots of interesting thin[...]
You need to do three basic things in your boat: go forward in a straight line, stop or go backwards, and turn. There's a stroke for all three.
Episode Three of Pelican Kayaks' five-part beginner's guide to your first kayak tour covers transporting your kayak from your car to protected waters and the all the considerations for a safe launch.
Episode Two of Pelican Kayaks' five-part beginner's guide to your first kayak tour covers all the basics of getting your kayak onto your car and securing it safely.
Episode One tackles the main, first question for intrepid beginner touring kayakers, namely, if they should be looking for a sit-on-top or a sit-inside kayak.
An international paddling tribe gathers in the Antioquia region of Colombia to celebrate the beauty and power of the free-flowing Samana River.