Episode 4 of Five2Nine’s Made in Canada series features British Columbia’s Ashlu River, seen through the stokes of one of B.C.’s top paddlers, Steve Arns
Grueling effort, the right crew, and for Erik Boomer, three dollars wisely spent at the gas station put them on the Weather Channel three years after hucking falls.
We set out to ride a 37,000-cfs surge for a three-day Grand Canyon speed descent. If we weren’t paddling hard before the sun came up, we’d blow it.
C&K Contributing Photographer Darin McQuoid provides a visual journey back to the scenic Mediterranean island cradle of creekboating in this photo flipbook and story from our August 2013 issue installment of ‘Dirtbag Diaries,’ tracking a spring kayak trip from Slovenia to the island of Corsica.
Drysuit prices out of range? Consider classic budget options for cold-weather insulation with Oregon brothers Ben and Willy Dinsdale offering tips on how they have made wetsuit-drytop combinations work on some of the West’s most challenging whitewater runs.
Paddler David Spiegel weighs in on the risks and rewards of capitalizing on Colorado’s historically rainy fall season, raising questions about paddler responsibilities in a flood-ravaged disaster zones.
More than 100 kayakers from around the world came to take on the Green Race, but it was the Asheville paddler Pat Keller who claimed victory with a time of 4 minutes 14 seconds, keeping the win close to home.
David Fusilli from Demshitz tackles the Green Narrows—including Gorilla Rapid—in a P&H hammer.
The original and biggest creek race in America will take place this Saturday in North Carolina. As always, the 18th edition of the Green Race will be both a grass-roots celebration and an elite competition. Top whitewater athletes from around the world will join local stalwarts and weekend warriors to test their skills on the […]
Blind adventurer Erik Weihenmayer was held overnight this week on Peru’s Maranon River by villagers who mistook his river-running party for a dam survey crew.
As the man points his rifle at Rocky Contos’s head, he screams, “¿Porque está aquí?” “¿Qué busca? ” [Why are you here? What are you looking for?]
The King of New York Race Series has always had a bit of rivalry between the U.S. and Canada, but never was the title at risk of going north of the border until this year.
The 2013 King of New York series will come to a close this weekend when the 18th Annual Moose Festival hosts the final race, a mass start event down the Class V “bottom bottom” section of the Moose River.
We’re used to hearing about young kayaking phenoms with the last name Jackson. Now there’s one named Sage Donnelly.
After a 12-day hiatus, river trips began launching on the Grand Canyon on Saturday, Oct. 11, for a period of at least seven days – thanks, in part, to a gaggle of river runners, including raft and accessory maker NRS.
TiTS DEEP kicked off a new web series on Oct. 1 documenting the exploits on and off the water of the world’s top female paddlers.
The Red Ladies Raft Racing team headed to the Gauley to stepp up their training in preparation for the 2013 International Rafting Federation World Rafting Championships in New Zealand this November.