EJ Receiving the “Lifetime Achievement Award” at the World Paddle Awards Inaugural Event- Augsburg, Germany
Presenter- Elizabeth Micheler-Jones- 1992 Olympic Gold Medal Winner- Slalom kayaking.
Paddlesports is a flip flop wearing, spend your money on kayaking trips and equipment type of sport most of the time. Not last night in Augsburg, Germany, however. Last night
Bridge Creek flows south from North Cascades National Park, eventually into the north end of Lake Chelan. An underexplored gem in the middle of nowhere!! Look for flows on the Stehekin to be above 2000 for a good trip. Get on this run soon, the water will be gone soon!!!
Running the Lower Jalacingo / Running from our doubts
By Rafa Ortiz
There’s a special feeling when you leave the car and start hiking towards the water. It’s mostly nerves, anxiety: you know it’s THAT river that requires your maximum performance. Maybe it’s time to run that drop again. Your friends are with you, and you can
Over a decade ago when I was just out of high school I was really starting to come into my own as a paddler. As I matured, I was finally starting to feel I was strong enough to paddle more challenging drops. It was probably September of 2000 when I first
It’s that time of year again. When temperatures drop and you begin dreaming of far-off paddling destinations with warm water! If you’re thinking of heading south this winter, you should definitely consider Ecuador.
Ecuador is awesome. It’s one of the top international paddling destinations, and I’m not sure that there’s any better place to get your
A collective of the best from the 20 episode series, Currents. Filmed in multiple countries including Mexico, Norway, Canada, & Costa Rica, Currents followed the stories in and around the sport of whitewater kayaking and the rivers of the world for the last 3 years. This 5 minute video highlights some of the most spectacular
The Little White Salmon has long been known as an epic class V run. Stay on line and you'll probably never get your head wet, but miss a boof or catch an edge and it could mean a trip to the ER. As kayakers continue to increase the stakes and push into more complex and demanding race courses as