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A First for the Nile

Seventy Ugandans paddle down the Nile – a first for all involved
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The Azure
   May 01, 2018

The Azure


by Nate Klema

Four paddlers search for whitewater in the remote Cariboo Mountains of British Columbia.

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   May 01, 2018

The Azure


by Nate Klema
Spring Rain
   April 30, 2018

Spring Rain


by Diane Gaydos-Brasuell

Spring season means warmer weather, blooming flowers and longer days. In the Southeast, spring also means rain and kayaking.

Spring season means warmer weather, blooming flowers and longer days. In the Southeast, spring also means rain and kayaking.

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   April 30, 2018
   04/30/18

Spring Rain


by Diane Gaydos-Brasuell
   April 02, 2018

Where you least expect it – Stories from the Greenland


by Steve Ruskay

The best stories are always found where you least expect them.

The best stories are always found where you least expect them.

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   April 02, 2018
   04/02/18

Where you least expect it – Stories from the Greenland


by Steve Ruskay
Steve Ruskay
Stress-Free Musky Trip
   February 01, 2018

Stress-Free Musky Trip


by Rob Choi

A stress free, easy going fishing trip on my day off without the weight of a goal attached.

A stress free, easy going fishing trip on my day off without the weight of a goal attached.

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   February 01, 2018
   02/01/18

Stress-Free Musky Trip


by Rob Choi
   January 31, 2018

Winter Stand-up Paddling in Howe Sound


by Norm Hann

Winds will shut off during the winter allowing for beautiful afternoons padding glassy waters.

Winds will shut off during the winter allowing for beautiful afternoons padding glassy waters.

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   January 31, 2018
   01/31/18

Winter Stand-up Paddling in Howe Sound


by Norm Hann
Norm Hann
Metaphors in Adventure
   January 15, 2018

Metaphors in Adventure


by Kate Hives

There is something powerful about separating ourselves entirely from that which is familiar and for us as human terrestrial creatures, the watery world of the ocean is as unknown and foreign as can be.

There is something powerful about separating ourselves entirely from that which is familiar and for us as human terrestrial creatures, the watery world of the...

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   January 15, 2018
   01/15/18

Metaphors in Adventure


by Kate Hives
The Grand Family Trip
   December 04, 2017

The Grand Family Trip


by Darby McAdams

Everyone recognizes the iconic beauty of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River from photographs, or has read about it’s awe inspiring landscapes, but few people get to truly experience the incredible place.

Everyone recognizes the iconic beauty of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River from photographs, or has read about it’s awe inspiring landscapes, but...

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   December 04, 2017
   12/04/17

The Grand Family Trip


by Darby McAdams
High Mountain Mackinaw & Burbot
   November 07, 2017

High Mountain Mackinaw & Burbot


by Brad Hole

YakFish TV Host Robert Field joined Kokatat Fishing Team Member Brad Hole in the Pacific Northwest to round out his 3 1/2 week kayak fishing road trip with a day at Lake Cle Elum catching Mackinaw Lake Trout and Burbot.

YakFish TV Host Robert Field joined Kokatat Fishing Team Member Brad Hole in the Pacific Northwest to round out his 3 1/2 week kayak fishing road trip...

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   November 07, 2017
   11/07/17

High Mountain Mackinaw & Burbot


by Brad Hole
4000 Islands of Mekong River
   November 01, 2017

4000 Islands of Mekong River


by Sam Ellis

Big volume channels, small ‘creeky’ lines, and rowdy waterfalls; the Mekong River is a whitewater kayakers paradise.

Big volume channels, small ‘creeky’ lines, and rowdy waterfalls; the Mekong River is a whitewater kayakers paradise.

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   November 01, 2017
   11/01/17

4000 Islands of Mekong River


by Sam Ellis
SUP and Climbing Expedition Along the Bruce Peninsula
   October 30, 2017

SUP and Climbing Expedition Along the Bruce Peninsula


by Christian Edie

Beautiful blue limestone cliffs topped by old-growth cedar forests tower above the crystal-clear turquoise water of Georgian Bay in Lake Huron. It’s a paddler and climber’s paradise.

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   October 30, 2017

SUP and Climbing Expedition Along the Bruce Peninsula


by Christian Edie
   October 30, 2017

Sea Kayak Touring in Taiwan


by Laura Zulliger

Do some kayaking expeditions begin with food obsessions? Well, this one did. Discoveries from 6 weeks of paddling and eating in Taiwan

Do some kayaking expeditions begin with food obsessions? Well, this one did. Discoveries from 6 weeks of paddling and eating in Taiwan

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   October 30, 2017
   10/30/17

Sea Kayak Touring in Taiwan


by Laura Zulliger
Laura Zulliger
Coaching notes from Taiwan
   October 28, 2017

Coaching notes from Taiwan


by Kelly Marie Henry

Lessons learned from teaching sea kayaking without speaking the language.

Lessons learned from teaching sea kayaking without speaking the language.

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   October 28, 2017
   10/28/17

Coaching notes from Taiwan


by Kelly Marie Henry
   September 29, 2017

SUP Fishing on Great Slave Lake NWT


by Norm Hann

Fishing for trophy Lake Trout in Northern Canada is a bucket-list item for many anglers. Lakers are well- known for being aggressive, often hitting lures multiple times. This is made all the more interesting when fishing from a SUP board.

Fishing for trophy Lake Trout in Northern Canada is a bucket-list item for many anglers. Lakers are well- known for being aggressive, often hitting lures...

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   September 29, 2017
   09/29/17

SUP Fishing on Great Slave Lake NWT


by Norm Hann
Norm Hann
Circumnavigating Gotland
   September 23, 2017

Circumnavigating Gotland


by Eike Köhler

Circumnavigating the largest island of Sweden.

Circumnavigating the largest island of Sweden.

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   September 23, 2017
   09/23/17

Circumnavigating Gotland


by Eike Köhler
Now You’re in New York
   August 01, 2017

Now You’re in New York


by Austin Graham

A few weeks paddling on the Northern Forest Canoe Trail.

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   August 01, 2017

Now You’re in New York


by Austin Graham
New Zealand Part 2: South Island
   July 31, 2017

New Zealand Part 2: South Island


by Daniel Brasuell

With sour weather in the forecast, the helicopter runs were shut down, so we filled our time on other classic shuttle and hike runs.

With sour weather in the forecast, the helicopter runs were shut down, so we filled our time on other classic shuttle and hike runs.

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   July 31, 2017
   07/31/17

New Zealand Part 2: South Island


by Daniel Brasuell
   July 19, 2017

A Paddling State of Mind


by Austin Graham

Four people passionate about protecting the outdoors endeavor on a trip of a lifetime to inspire others to explore the natural world.

Four people passionate about protecting the outdoors endeavor on a trip of a lifetime to inspire others to explore the natural world.

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   July 19, 2017
   07/19/17

A Paddling State of Mind


by Austin Graham
Austin Graham
A Toothy Surprise
   July 10, 2017

A Toothy Surprise


by Brad Hole

In today's society the term "Hybrid" is familiar to most. We drive Hybrid vehicles that use less fossil fuels. There are Hybrid fruits and vegetables that are seedless or disease resistant. And there are even Hybrid Fish...

In today's society the term "Hybrid" is familiar to most. We drive Hybrid vehicles that use less fossil fuels. There are Hybrid fruits and vegetables...

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   July 10, 2017
   07/10/17

A Toothy Surprise


by Brad Hole
   July 03, 2017

Apaporis Expedition


by Chris Korbulic

For 19 days the team realized their dream of kayaking one of the most isolated rivers on earth through the Colombian Amazon...

For 19 days the team realized their dream of kayaking one of the most isolated rivers on earth through the Colombian Amazon...

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   July 03, 2017
   07/03/17

Apaporis Expedition


by Chris Korbulic
Chris Korbulic
Channel Islands National Park:  A Backcountry Paradise
   July 02, 2017

Channel Islands National Park:  A Backcountry Paradise


by Holcombe Family

The Channel Islands are composed of a chain of eight islands (five of which make up the national park) off the coast of California stretching from Santa Barbara to Los Angeles

The Channel Islands are composed of a chain of eight islands (five of which make up the national park) off the coast of California stretching...

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   July 02, 2017
   07/02/17

Channel Islands National Park:  A Backcountry Paradise


by Holcombe Family
Paddling with the woman in black
   July 01, 2017

Paddling with the woman in black


by Justine Curgenven

Freya Hoffmeister, aka the ‘woman in black', has started kayaking around her 3rd continent, North America. Justine Curgenven joins her for a week paddling on Vancouver Island. How will the solo paddler react to company from another strong female expedition paddler?

Freya Hoffmeister, aka the ‘woman in black', has started kayaking around her 3rd continent, North America. Justine Curgenven joins her for a week paddling on...

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   July 01, 2017
   07/01/17

Paddling with the woman in black


by Justine Curgenven
Anniversary Trip on Dinkey Creek
   June 30, 2017

Anniversary Trip on Dinkey Creek


by Daan Jimmink

Dinky Creek is a section of whitewater that is steep, continuous and remote. This was my third trip into this incredible place, but was different from previous trips.

Dinky Creek is a section of whitewater that is steep, continuous and remote. This was my third trip into this incredible place, but was different...

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   June 30, 2017
   06/30/17

Anniversary Trip on Dinkey Creek


by Daan Jimmink
SUP Adventures in Florida
   June 29, 2017

SUP Adventures in Florida


by Christian Edie

Florida is a great place to escape from the harsh winter months to find some unbelievable paddling adventures.

Florida is a great place to escape from the harsh winter months to find some unbelievable paddling adventures.

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   June 29, 2017
   06/29/17

SUP Adventures in Florida


by Christian Edie
Escaping winter in New Zealand – The North Island
   May 31, 2017

Escaping winter in New Zealand – The North Island


by Daniel Brasuell

What better way to spend a honeymoon than to travel to New Zealand and enjoy some classic sections of whitewater!

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   May 31, 2017

Escaping winter in New Zealand – The North Island


by Daniel Brasuell
   May 26, 2017

Travel with a Paddle


by Anna Levesque

Traveling with a paddle provides opportunities for adventure, self-knowledge and expanding our paddling community.

Traveling with a paddle provides opportunities for adventure, self-knowledge and expanding our paddling community.

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   May 26, 2017
   05/26/17

Travel with a Paddle


by Anna Levesque
Anna Levesque
Spring into Bass of Eastern Washington
   May 22, 2017

Spring into Bass of Eastern Washington


by Brad Hole

The Seep Lakes of Eastern Washington are a paddler's paradise. Three kayak anglers escape Soggy Seattle for spectacular scenery and an early spring bass bite.

The Seep Lakes of Eastern Washington are a paddler's paradise. Three kayak anglers escape Soggy Seattle for spectacular scenery and an early spring bass bite.

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   May 22, 2017
   05/22/17

Spring into Bass of Eastern Washington


by Brad Hole
   May 18, 2017

The Magic of Springtime


by Kate Hives

When the tide is out the table is set

When the tide is out the table is set

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   May 18, 2017
   05/18/17

The Magic of Springtime


by Kate Hives
Kate Hives
Kiwis in Cali
   May 16, 2017

Kiwis in Cali


by Nikki Whitehead

When the weather gets cold in New Zealand the kiwis look for warmer temperatures.

When the weather gets cold in New Zealand the kiwis look for warmer temperatures.

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   May 16, 2017
   05/16/17

Kiwis in Cali


by Nikki Whitehead
Double Down the Grand Canyon
   May 01, 2017

Double Down the Grand Canyon


by Jaime Sharp

A unique “Self Support” adventure down the famous Grand Canyon. Together in a 22 ft fiberglass double sea kayak, Jaime Sharp and Jillian Brown completed what has been called a world first self support journey, either way this was not your typical sea kayak trip.

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   May 01, 2017

Double Down the Grand Canyon


by Jaime Sharp
Going with the Flow
   April 28, 2017

Going with the Flow


by Emily Jackson

Each spring Emily Jackson and husband Nick Troutrman pack up the family into their RV and hit the road in search or awesome kayaking opportunities.

Each spring Emily Jackson and husband Nick Troutrman pack up the family into their RV and hit the road in search or awesome kayaking opportunities.

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   April 28, 2017
   04/28/17

Going with the Flow


by Emily Jackson
   April 27, 2017

Kayak Fishing Instructor’s Day Off


by Juan Veruete

What does a kayak fishing instructor do on his day off?

What does a kayak fishing instructor do on his day off?

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   April 27, 2017
   04/27/17

Kayak Fishing Instructor’s Day Off


by Juan Veruete
The Upper Waiau
   April 25, 2017

The Upper Waiau


by Jess Matheson

The Waiau River is the 7th longest river in New Zealand at a mighty 217km.

The Waiau River is the 7th longest river in New Zealand at a mighty 217km.

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   April 25, 2017
   04/25/17

The Upper Waiau


by Jess Matheson
   April 14, 2017

A Self Propelled SUP Surf Exploration of the Olympic Peninsula


by Jimmy Martinello

Jimmy Martinello explores the mysteries of the Olympic Peninsula coastline by SUP

Jimmy Martinello explores the mysteries of the Olympic Peninsula coastline by SUP

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   April 14, 2017
   04/14/17

A Self Propelled SUP Surf Exploration of the Olympic Peninsula


by Jimmy Martinello
Jimmy Martinello
Coin Toss
   April 05, 2017

Coin Toss


by Troy Meyerhoeffer

The NEKF Striper Shootout is a charity tournament based in Salem, MA and raises money for the make a wish foundation.

The NEKF Striper Shootout is a charity tournament based in Salem, MA and raises money for the make a wish foundation.

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   April 05, 2017
   04/05/17

Coin Toss


by Troy Meyerhoeffer
Colorado Kayaking in the Spring
   March 30, 2017

Colorado Kayaking in the Spring


by Kady Kellogg

A great way to see Colorado is by participating in kayaking events throughout the state during the spring runoff.

A great way to see Colorado is by participating in kayaking events throughout the state during the spring runoff.

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   March 30, 2017
   03/30/17

Colorado Kayaking in the Spring


by Kady Kellogg
The Maningory
   March 29, 2017

The Maningory


by Nate Klema

The epic second descent of Madagascar’s Maningory River

The epic second descent of Madagascar’s Maningory River

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   March 29, 2017
   03/29/17

The Maningory


by Nate Klema
A Day Of Indigo
   March 28, 2017

A Day Of Indigo


by Tracey Ziomek

Getting away from it all in Stika, AK…even if just for a day!

Getting away from it all in Stika, AK…even if just for a day!

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   March 28, 2017
   03/28/17

A Day Of Indigo


by Tracey Ziomek
Seals, Penguins and Icebergs in Antarctica
   March 28, 2017

Seals, Penguins and Icebergs in Antarctica


by Justine Curgenven

Kokatat Team Member Justine Curgenven is back from a month long kayaking adventure in Antarctica.

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   March 28, 2017

Seals, Penguins and Icebergs in Antarctica


by Justine Curgenven
   March 13, 2017

Travel Notes from Sulawesi –  a whitewater paradise in Indonesia


by Florian Fischer

Exploring the whitewater on the island of Sulawesi in central Indonesia. Warm water, hot air and stunning whitewater.

Exploring the whitewater on the island of Sulawesi in central Indonesia. Warm water, hot air and stunning whitewater.

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   March 13, 2017
   03/13/17

Travel Notes from Sulawesi –  a whitewater paradise in Indonesia


by Florian Fischer
Florian Fischer
Feeling Small in Nepal - Upper Marsyangdi
   March 10, 2017

Feeling Small in Nepal - Upper Marsyangdi


by Chris Baer

Chris Baer takes a trip of a lifetime to the kayak among the tallest mountains in the world.

Chris Baer takes a trip of a lifetime to the kayak among the tallest mountains in the world.

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   March 10, 2017
   03/10/17

Feeling Small in Nepal - Upper Marsyangdi


by Chris Baer
   March 01, 2017

The Real Jamaica


by Christian Edie

Jamaica offers endless amounts of paddling, cliff jumping, snorkeling and even some deep water solo rock climbing.

Jamaica offers endless amounts of paddling, cliff jumping, snorkeling and even some deep water solo rock climbing.

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   March 01, 2017
   03/01/17

The Real Jamaica


by Christian Edie
Christian Edie
Abyssmo Canyon Peru
   February 17, 2017

Abyssmo Canyon Peru


by Jakub Sedivy

The Abyssmo Canyon in Peru has long been on my mind, with stories about hard whitewater, siphons and steep sheer canyon walls provoking my imagination.

The Abyssmo Canyon in Peru has long been on my mind, with stories about hard whitewater, siphons and steep sheer canyon walls provoking my imagination.

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   February 17, 2017
   02/17/17

Abyssmo Canyon Peru


by Jakub Sedivy
3 Lakes Challenge on a Stand Up Paddleboard
   February 16, 2017

3 Lakes Challenge on a Stand Up Paddleboard


by Roger Chandler

Three countries, three lakes, and three days solo and unsupported. The second person to have achieved this 43 mile paddle journey on a stand up paddleboard, with a total time of 16 hours, 22 minutes.

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   February 16, 2017

3 Lakes Challenge on a Stand Up Paddleboard


by Roger Chandler
Take a kid fishing
   February 06, 2017

Take a kid fishing


by Rudy Tsukada

Fishing is a family outing for Rudy Tsukada and his fourteen year old daughter and ten year old son.

Fishing is a family outing for Rudy Tsukada and his fourteen year old daughter and ten year old son.

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   February 06, 2017
   02/06/17

Take a kid fishing


by Rudy Tsukada
   February 03, 2017

Ecuador - a whitewater paradise


by Seth Ashworth

What you need to know to plan a whitewater kayak trip to Ecuador

What you need to know to plan a whitewater kayak trip to Ecuador

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   February 03, 2017
   02/03/17

Ecuador - a whitewater paradise


by Seth Ashworth
Seth Ashworth
Holding Greenland
   February 03, 2017

Holding Greenland


by Steve Ruskay

The largest icebergs in the Northern Hemisphere are found in these waters, as well as some of the most diverse sea life.

The largest icebergs in the Northern Hemisphere are found in these waters, as well as some of the most diverse sea life.

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   February 03, 2017
   02/03/17

Holding Greenland


by Steve Ruskay
   January 18, 2017

There’s No Place like Home


by Cindy & Steve Scherrer

“At home” means being relaxed and comfortable; in harmony with the surroundings; on familiar ground.

“At home” means being relaxed and comfortable; in harmony with the surroundings; on familiar ground.

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   January 18, 2017
   01/18/17

There’s No Place like Home


by Cindy & Steve Scherrer
Cindy & Steve Scherrer
Fall Kayaking in Quebec - part 2
   January 12, 2017

Fall Kayaking in Quebec - part 2


by Daniel Brasuell

Outside of outstanding creeking and large volume rivers, Quebec also offers Poutine.

Outside of outstanding creeking and large volume rivers, Quebec also offers Poutine.

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   January 12, 2017
   01/12/17

Fall Kayaking in Quebec - part 2


by Daniel Brasuell
Fall Kayaking in New York - part 1
   January 05, 2017

Fall Kayaking in New York - part 1


by Daniel Brasuell

Labor day weekend brings a plethora of boating to New York

Labor day weekend brings a plethora of boating to New York

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   January 05, 2017
   01/05/17

Fall Kayaking in New York - part 1


by Daniel Brasuell
Machu Picchu Kayak Festival
   December 13, 2016

Machu Picchu Kayak Festival


by Kalob Grady

The first annual Machu Picchu Kayak Festival was held November 4-6th on the CocalMayo section of the incredible and remote Urubamba River.

The first annual Machu Picchu Kayak Festival was held November 4-6th on the CocalMayo section of the incredible and remote Urubamba River.

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   December 13, 2016
   12/13/16

Machu Picchu Kayak Festival


by Kalob Grady
Stand Up Paddle in Antarctica
   December 07, 2016

Stand Up Paddle in Antarctica


by Ben Jackson

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   December 07, 2016
   12/07/16

Stand Up Paddle in Antarctica


by Ben Jackson
Great Alaskan Adventure: Homer - Source to Sea
   December 05, 2016

Great Alaskan Adventure: Homer - Source to Sea


by Holcombe Family

Famagogo - inspiring adventure family style. The Holcombe Family embarks on a source to sea adventure in Homer, Alaska

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   December 05, 2016

Great Alaskan Adventure: Homer - Source to Sea


by Holcombe Family
   December 01, 2016

Exploring Zion National Park


by Holcombe Family

Zion National Park draws millions of visitors each year, but very few ever experience the maze of magical caverns that lay hidden deep within their walls.

Zion National Park draws millions of visitors each year, but very few ever experience the maze of magical caverns that lay hidden deep within their...

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   December 01, 2016
   12/01/16

Exploring Zion National Park


by Holcombe Family
Holcombe Family - Peter, Kathy and Abby
Fall SUP Trip in the Adirondack Mountains
   November 30, 2016

Fall SUP Trip in the Adirondack Mountains


by Kevin Cullen

4 Days in the Adirondack Mountains for a family vacation is the perfect time to get back to climbing and paddling 5 weeks after knee injury.

4 Days in the Adirondack Mountains for a family vacation is the perfect time to get back to climbing and paddling 5 weeks after knee injury.

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   November 30, 2016
   11/30/16

Fall SUP Trip in the Adirondack Mountains


by Kevin Cullen
   November 29, 2016

Bishop River


by Chris Korbulic

Chris Korbulic, Eric Parker and Todd Wells embark on an epic adventure into British Columbia's rugged and remote coastal mountains for a decent of the Bishop River.

Chris Korbulic, Eric Parker and Todd Wells embark on an epic adventure into British Columbia's rugged and remote coastal mountains for a decent of the...

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   November 29, 2016
   11/29/16

Bishop River


by Chris Korbulic
Chris Korbulic
Consolation Cobia
   November 28, 2016

Consolation Cobia


by Rob Choi

Hoping for dinner, but a trophy-release cobia will do

Hoping for dinner, but a trophy-release cobia will do

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   November 28, 2016
   11/28/16

Consolation Cobia


by Rob Choi
The Nass – Wilderness and Whitewater
   November 22, 2016

The Nass – Wilderness and Whitewater


by Ari Walker

Two days of hiking followed by three days of kayaking in some of British Columbia’s most remote backcountry.

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   November 22, 2016

The Nass – Wilderness and Whitewater


by Ari Walker
Paddling adventures in Russia’s Altai Mountains
   November 17, 2016

Paddling adventures in Russia’s Altai Mountains


by Maxi Kniewasser

A trip report from an action filled month paddling in Siberia

A trip report from an action filled month paddling in Siberia

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   November 17, 2016
   11/17/16

Paddling adventures in Russia’s Altai Mountains


by Maxi Kniewasser
   November 02, 2016

Middle Cherry Creek


by Daan Jimmink

Middle Cherry Creek is a little-known
creek in the Tuolumne drainage in California.

Middle Cherry Creek is a little-known creek in the Tuolumne drainage in California.

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   November 02, 2016
   11/02/16

Middle Cherry Creek


by Daan Jimmink
Daan Jimmink
Lower Karnali River Nepal
   November 01, 2016

Lower Karnali River Nepal


by Jess Matheson

The Karnali is Nepal’s longest and largest river and with its tributaries, it drains most of the far west of Nepal.

The Karnali is Nepal’s longest and largest river and with its tributaries, it drains most of the far west of Nepal.

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   November 01, 2016
   11/01/16

Lower Karnali River Nepal


by Jess Matheson
   October 31, 2016

The Green River Takeover


by Diane Gaydos-Brasuell

78 female boaters with male shuttle bunnies in floppy ears!

78 female boaters with male shuttle bunnies in floppy ears!

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   October 31, 2016
   10/31/16

The Green River Takeover


by Diane Gaydos-Brasuell
Diane Gaydos-Brasuell
Austria Adventure Part 4 - South Tirol and Tirol
   October 28, 2016

Austria Adventure Part 4 - South Tirol and Tirol


by Daniel Brasuell

The final leg of our Austria, Slovenia and Italy trip took us to South Tirol and Tirol

The final leg of our Austria, Slovenia and Italy trip took us to South Tirol and Tirol

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   October 28, 2016
   10/28/16

Austria Adventure Part 4 - South Tirol and Tirol


by Daniel Brasuell
Machetes, Maps, Science and Education
   October 25, 2016

Machetes, Maps, Science and Education


by Jordan Hanssen

Adventure education organization OAR Northwest starts its first year creating sustainable student powered scientific and educational trips down the Mississippi River.

Adventure education organization OAR Northwest starts its first year creating sustainable student powered scientific and educational trips down the Mississippi River.

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   October 25, 2016
   10/25/16

Machetes, Maps, Science and Education


by Jordan Hanssen
Fall in Durango
   October 10, 2016

Fall in Durango


by Dave Farkas

With temps in the 70's, lots of sunshine, and cool crisp days people flock to our region and the southwest to play.

With temps in the 70's, lots of sunshine, and cool crisp days people flock to our region and the southwest to play.

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   October 10, 2016
   10/10/16

Fall in Durango


by Dave Farkas
The Blue Time
   October 05, 2016

The Blue Time


by Jeff Allen

Join Sea Kayak guide Jeff Allen as he explores this area north of the Polar Circle.

Join Sea Kayak guide Jeff Allen as he explores this area north of the Polar Circle.

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   October 05, 2016
   10/05/16

The Blue Time


by Jeff Allen
Maine Island Trail by SUP
   October 04, 2016

Maine Island Trail by SUP


by Christian Edie

A multi-day SUP adventure on the Main Island Trail

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   October 04, 2016

Maine Island Trail by SUP


by Christian Edie
   October 03, 2016

Land of the Midnight Sun


by Nikki Rekman

Imagine not worrying about getting off the water in time to cook supper or set up camp, no need for headlamps and no fear of getting out of your tent in the dark.

Imagine not worrying about getting off the water in time to cook supper or set up camp, no need for headlamps and no fear of...

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   October 03, 2016
   10/03/16

Land of the Midnight Sun


by Nikki Rekman
Nikki Rekman
Austria Adventure Part 3 - East Tirol
   October 02, 2016

Austria Adventure Part 3 - East Tirol


by Daniel Brasuell

Driving, rappelling, and kayaking our way through East Tirol

Driving, rappelling, and kayaking our way through East Tirol

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   October 02, 2016
   10/02/16

Austria Adventure Part 3 - East Tirol


by Daniel Brasuell
   September 30, 2016

Plan B for Bass


by Brad Hole

Sometimes stepping out of your comfort zone can be challenging. It can also be rewarding.

Sometimes stepping out of your comfort zone can be challenging. It can also be rewarding.

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   September 30, 2016
   09/30/16

Plan B for Bass


by Brad Hole
Brad Hole
Chasing Summer in Costa Rica
   September 19, 2016

Chasing Summer in Costa Rica


by Ben Morton

Why Costa Rica should be on your radar for your next winter paddling trip.

Why Costa Rica should be on your radar for your next winter paddling trip.

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   September 19, 2016
   09/19/16

Chasing Summer in Costa Rica


by Ben Morton
Bergy Business
   September 14, 2016

Bergy Business


by Steve Ruskay

Sea Kayaking amongst icebergs is one of the most humbling and awe-inspiring experiences any paddler will ever have.

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   September 14, 2016

Bergy Business


by Steve Ruskay
Austria Adventure Part 2 - Soca & East Tirol
   September 12, 2016

Austria Adventure Part 2 - Soca & East Tirol


by Daniel Brasuell

The next stops on Daniel Brasuell’s Europe tour this year was Slovenia and East Tirol

The next stops on Daniel Brasuell’s Europe tour this year was Slovenia and East Tirol

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   September 12, 2016
   09/12/16

Austria Adventure Part 2 - Soca & East Tirol


by Daniel Brasuell
   August 19, 2016

Icelandic adventures


by Simon Osborne

A land of fire and ice, Iceland sits just below the arctic circle on the mid Atlantic continental plate boundary. These two facts give Iceland its unique polar volcanic environment to explore by kayak.

A land of fire and ice, Iceland sits just below the arctic circle on the mid Atlantic continental plate boundary. These two facts give Iceland...

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   August 19, 2016
   08/19/16

Icelandic adventures


by Simon Osborne
Simon Osborne
Paddling Can Take You So Many Places…
   August 17, 2016

Paddling Can Take You So Many Places…


by Ben Morton

3 Weeks in the U.K. (with a short visit to Belgium)

3 Weeks in the U.K. (with a short visit to Belgium)

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   August 17, 2016
   08/17/16

Paddling Can Take You So Many Places…


by Ben Morton
   August 15, 2016

Austria Adventure Part 1 - Salzkammergut


by Daniel Brasuell

Video - Joining the Glanz brothers in Austria, Daniel Brasuell was shown what wonderful rivers lie within the Alps.

Video - Joining the Glanz brothers in Austria, Daniel Brasuell was shown what wonderful rivers lie within the Alps.

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   August 15, 2016
   08/15/16

Austria Adventure Part 1 - Salzkammergut


by Daniel Brasuell
Daniel Brasuell
Senja - Tropical Beaches and Snowy Mountains
   August 11, 2016

Senja - Tropical Beaches and Snowy Mountains


by Jaime Sharp

A spring multi-day double kayak journey in Arctic Norway

A spring multi-day double kayak journey in Arctic Norway

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   August 11, 2016
   08/11/16

Senja - Tropical Beaches and Snowy Mountains


by Jaime Sharp
10,000 Hours
   August 09, 2016

10,000 Hours


by Seth Dow

Learning to be an expert paddler is a long process, take it one day at a time.

Learning to be an expert paddler is a long process, take it one day at a time.

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   August 09, 2016
   08/09/16

10,000 Hours


by Seth Dow
Fresh On The Boat
   July 26, 2016

Fresh On The Boat


by Rob Choi

Like they say, sharing is caring

Like they say, sharing is caring

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   July 26, 2016
   07/26/16

Fresh On The Boat


by Rob Choi
Mill Creek - A West Virginia Jewel
   July 25, 2016

Mill Creek - A West Virginia Jewel


by Daniel Brasuell

Video - Daniel Brasuell takes us on a tour of one of the classic creeks of the Fayetteville, WV area - Mill Creek

Video - Daniel Brasuell takes us on a tour of one of the classic creeks of the Fayetteville, WV area - Mill Creek

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   July 25, 2016
   07/25/16

Mill Creek - A West Virginia Jewel


by Daniel Brasuell
Solo Circumnavigation of Vancouver Island
   July 08, 2016

Solo Circumnavigation of Vancouver Island


by Justine Curgenven

Justine Curgenven discovers the richness of solo paddling around Vancouver Island

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   July 08, 2016

Solo Circumnavigation of Vancouver Island


by Justine Curgenven
   July 07, 2016

A First to Call My Own


by Rob Choi

From humble beginning fishing with my dad to achieving a kayak fishing first in VA

From humble beginning fishing with my dad to achieving a kayak fishing first in VA

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   July 07, 2016
   07/07/16

A First to Call My Own


by Rob Choi
Rob Choi
South Merced
   July 01, 2016

South Merced


by Dave Farkas

Video - 2 days of awesome California whitewater

Video - 2 days of awesome California whitewater

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   July 01, 2016
   07/01/16

South Merced


by Dave Farkas
   June 27, 2016

Northern Alp Lakes - pearls for paddlers


by Björn Nehrhoff von Holderberg

Paddling the 20 most beautiful lakes of the Northern Alps

Paddling the 20 most beautiful lakes of the Northern Alps

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   June 27, 2016
   06/27/16

Northern Alp Lakes - pearls for paddlers


by Björn Nehrhoff von Holderberg
Björn Nehrhoff von Holderberg
The Psychology of Solo Paddling - Turning Fear into Focus
   June 14, 2016

The Psychology of Solo Paddling - Turning Fear into Focus


by Kate Hives

It’s so tempting to stay in your tent when you are only accountable to yourself.

It’s so tempting to stay in your tent when you are only accountable to yourself.

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   June 14, 2016
   06/14/16

The Psychology of Solo Paddling - Turning Fear into Focus


by Kate Hives
Bella Coola SUP Expedition 2016
   June 01, 2016

Bella Coola SUP Expedition 2016


by Chris Christie

A 250 km, 16 day Standup Paddle Board expedition in British Columbia

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   June 01, 2016

Bella Coola SUP Expedition 2016


by Chris Christie
The Places In-Between
   May 19, 2016

The Places In-Between


by Holcombe Family

The Ottawa river is known for it's monstrous rapids and warm water, but the fishing in between the rapids is just as epic.

The Ottawa river is known for it's monstrous rapids and warm water, but the fishing in between the rapids is just as epic.

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   May 19, 2016
   05/19/16

The Places In-Between


by Holcombe Family
   May 17, 2016

Whitewater Slip-n-Slide


by Diane Gaydos-Brasuell

Like water slides? Then you will absolutely love the Toxaway River!

Like water slides? Then you will absolutely love the Toxaway River!

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   May 17, 2016
   05/17/16

Whitewater Slip-n-Slide


by Diane Gaydos-Brasuell
Diane Gaydos-Brasuell
Chevelon Creek Arizona
   May 11, 2016

Chevelon Creek Arizona


by Dave Farkas

Video - Chevelon Creek is an incredibly scenic class IV whitewater run in north eastern AZ.

Video - Chevelon Creek is an incredibly scenic class IV whitewater run in north eastern AZ.

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   May 11, 2016
   05/11/16

Chevelon Creek Arizona


by Dave Farkas
   May 05, 2016

Indonesia- Swimming with Whale Sharks


by Justine Curgenven

My whale shark encounter was one of the highlights of 6 weeks paddling 1000 km with Sandy Robson through West Papua and Papua in NE Indonesia.

My whale shark encounter was one of the highlights of 6 weeks paddling 1000 km with Sandy Robson through West Papua and Papua in NE Indonesia.

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   May 05, 2016
   05/05/16

Indonesia- Swimming with Whale Sharks


by Justine Curgenven
Justine Curgenven
The Bear Necessities
   April 26, 2016

The Bear Necessities


by Steve Ruskay

Four things to remember while kayaking in polar bear country

Four things to remember while kayaking in polar bear country

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   April 26, 2016
   04/26/16

The Bear Necessities


by Steve Ruskay
European Spring Kayaking
   April 15, 2016

European Spring Kayaking


by Jakub Sedivy

Feeling the itch for spring is a familiar feeling for any avid whitewater kayaker.

Feeling the itch for spring is a familiar feeling for any avid whitewater kayaker.

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   April 15, 2016
   04/15/16

European Spring Kayaking


by Jakub Sedivy
Verbal Beta on the Yuba Gap
   April 12, 2016

Verbal Beta on the Yuba Gap


by Chris Baer

California's Yuba Gap and the importance of consist verbal beta

California's Yuba Gap and the importance of consist verbal beta

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   April 12, 2016
   04/12/16

Verbal Beta on the Yuba Gap


by Chris Baer
Exploring Bhutan
   April 07, 2016

Exploring Bhutan


by Ben Morton

A whitewater kayak trip with DeRiemer Adventure Kayaking

A whitewater kayak trip with DeRiemer Adventure Kayaking

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   April 07, 2016
   04/07/16

Exploring Bhutan


by Ben Morton
Pickerel in the Mist
   April 04, 2016

Pickerel in the Mist


by Rob Choi

Rob Choi and Drew Camp go in search of bass and pickerel; first catch is a VA trophy pickerel

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   April 04, 2016

Pickerel in the Mist


by Rob Choi
   March 31, 2016

Arctic Link Expedition


by Kokatat

The Arctic Link expedition will take four friends 2600 km over 100 days through Western Canada's wildest corner.

The Arctic Link expedition will take four friends 2600 km over 100 days through Western Canada's wildest corner.

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   March 31, 2016
   03/31/16

Arctic Link Expedition


by Kokatat
Kokatat
Jigging For Stripers
   March 28, 2016

Jigging For Stripers


by Dan Smullen

Leave the bait at home to take advantage of this awesome late season fishery in the Lower Chesapeake Bay

Leave the bait at home to take advantage of this awesome late season fishery in the Lower Chesapeake Bay

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   March 28, 2016
   03/28/16

Jigging For Stripers


by Dan Smullen
   March 15, 2016

Indonesia


by Justine Curgenven

Kokatat team member Justine Curgenven joins Sandy Robson in far eastern Indonesia.

Kokatat team member Justine Curgenven joins Sandy Robson in far eastern Indonesia.

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   March 15, 2016
   03/15/16

Indonesia


by Justine Curgenven
Justine Curgenven
Iceland
   March 07, 2016

Iceland


by Daan Jimmink

Glaciers, hidden hot water creeks in old lava tubes, icebergs, raging oceans, volcanoes, big rain storms, more waterfalls than you can possibly imagine, and some of the kindest people along the way.

Glaciers, hidden hot water creeks in old lava tubes, icebergs, raging oceans, volcanoes, big rain storms, more waterfalls than you can possibly imagine, and some...

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   March 07, 2016
   03/07/16

Iceland


by Daan Jimmink
The Grand India Project
   February 02, 2016

The Grand India Project


by Morgan Arnaud

After 2 plane rides and 56 hours on trains, Morgan Arnaud and Val Bernard arrive ready to paddle some of the most fantastic rivers in the world.

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   February 02, 2016

The Grand India Project


by Morgan Arnaud
Kayak Fishing: A Consistent Inconsistency
   January 31, 2016

Kayak Fishing: A Consistent Inconsistency


by Drew Gregory

Why is kayak fishing growing so fast? Why is it so healthily addicting? Out of all the sports or activities I’ve been a part of in my life, I’ve never experienced something as consistently inconsistent as kayak fishing.

Why is kayak fishing growing so fast? Why is it so healthily addicting? Out of all the sports or activities I’ve been a part...

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   January 31, 2016
   01/31/16

Kayak Fishing: A Consistent Inconsistency


by Drew Gregory