Going Dark follows a group of river guides embarking on an epic expedition from the source of the Salmon river all the way down to where it pours into the ocean, paddling the entire length in inflatable kayaks. Read more.
Mid-April was the time to be in the Northwest, with the Northwest Creeking Championships dishing up beat-downs, boofs, debauchery and more – including an upbeat vibe by boaters hatching plans to make the most out of the forthcoming big water season out West… Read more.
For outfitters on California’s Kern River, it’s been a two year hiatus since they’ve even been able to put rubber to water. But all that’s changed now, thanks to near-record snowfall and rain that has swelled water storage to its highest level in decades... Read more.
Boaters are known for talking a little trash. This time whitewater stalwart Dane Jackson is putting his money, and motivation, where his mouth is… Read more.
Underground Cave Kayaking, Courtesy of Red Bull!
While the Yuba's January flooding this year didn't quite reach this level from 1997, it's still at a formidable flow...Yuba
River runners in southwest Colorado are scurrying to take advantage of the biggest flows on the Dolores RIver in a decade... Read more.
The paddling (and rock climbing) world lost one of its most aren’t adventurers with the passing March 14 of Royal Robbins at age 82… Read more.
The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Minnesota has big proponents and protectors in the form of Dave and Amy Freeman, whose recent year-long canoe trip was designed to help protect it from proposed sulfide-ore copper mining… Read more.
Plans to build a tramway to the bottom of the Grand got major blow recently from the Navajo Nation... Read more.
At 770 feet, California’s Oroville Dam 70 miles north of Sacramento is the tallest dam in the United States, impounding Lake Oroville and controlling the flow of the Feather River. But now it’s under siege from Mother nature, with February storms damaging its spillway, hindering the safe release of floodwater and threatening its structural integrity. And paddlers are chiming in socially… Read more.
The world's biggest paddlesports company, Confluence Outdoors, has had a passing of the torch, with new CEO Richard Krause taking the reins from longtime CEO Sue Rechner... Read more.
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