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Girls At Play, LLC - WaterGirlsAtPlay.com
Aug 4th, 2015

Saturday, August 1st, 2015, circa 11 o’clock in the morning. 21 intrepid ladies deftly slipped into the currents of the Ocoee and stunned every soul on the river with the excellent lines they picked. For those of us first-timers, Ocoee veterans stood by our sides and offered keen advice and constant cheerleading. Talk about the spirit of community–we formed a vast yet cohesive team of ladies, navigating the river not as individuals, but as friends. The smiles, the teamwork and the mutual support were outstanding! Shannon, of course, would have only smiled upon this…maybe that’s where all of that lovely sunshine was coming from! We are pleased and grateful to announce that we raised another $265 for the Shannon Christy Memorial  Read More The post Southeast Ladies Paddling Series: Ocoee appeared first on Girls At Play, LLC - WaterGirlsAtPlay.com....

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Mountain Watershed Association
Aug 3rd, 2015

We’re screening 9 awesome films at our Wild & […]...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 3rd, 2015

It\'s not paddling. But it is nuts. Daredevil biker Robbie Maddison\'s latest exploit has him riding on water, passing an SUP and an outrigger canoe, and even surfing Tahiti. The post Robbie Maddison rides his dirt bike on ocean, catches wave appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 2nd, 2015

Rec kayaking Costa Rica’s most watery national park The caiman splash into the lily pads isn’t encouraging. We just motored up the Rio Mora in Costa Rica’s Tortuguero National Park and my two daughters, Casey, 12, and Brooke 16, are about to plop rec kayaks in on the same lily pads for a two-hour paddle back downstream. “It’s okay,” says our guide Reinaldo, of outfitter Rios Tropicales. “We’re bigger than they are so they’re afraid of us.” “Yeah, and I’m bigger than you,” Brooke chides Casey. With that, the whites of their eyes casting nervous glances toward the white of the lily flowers, we climb over the rail, slide into the kayaks and push off. Other wildlife quickly takes their minds off the beady-eyed caiman. Howler monkeys screech overhead, a whiteface monkey jumps from one branch to another, and a sloth watches our procession with lackadaisical amusement. Later, we turn right up a tiny tributary barely wider than our paddles. We slalom through dangling vines and duck under gia......

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Aug 1st, 2015

Above: Ryan Hill on the Merced River, Yosemite National Park, California. Photo by Chris Burkard In April, the Park Service opened sections of the Merced River through Yosemite to paddling for the first time, including a 5-mile stretch from Sentinel to Phono, which American Whitewater’s Dave Steindorf calls the “the best one-day river trip you can do anywhere.” –This photo ran in the August 2015 issue of Canoe & Kayak magazine. –Read more about Yosemite opening to paddlers. –Check out the video series documenting Pat Keller’s and Steve Fisher’s descent of the Merced River through Yosemite. The post Gallery: Chris Burkard and the Merced River appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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www.mikedawson.co.nz
Aug 1st, 2015

Slalom is an amazing sport. Dynamic fast and action packed. It’s the formula 1 of kayaking. Nipping and twisting around gates – battling time. The fastest to the finish.This harsh and competitive race against the clock is rewarding but draining. Sometimes the reason for paddling grabs you and drags you back to nature. Away from the artificial environment of slalom and out into the wild.It’s important to stay true to your roots and remember where you come from.This week I flew to a new destination.To Kerala National Park in the South western part of India to take part in the 3rdedition of the Malabar River Festival. A wild rugged place with incredible culture.A feeling of fire and stoke engulfed me when I boarded yet another flight. I was apprehensive to leave the slalom boat and take a break – almost like an addiction that needed to be fed. My objective for the week was to enjoy a culture I’d never experienced. Be stoked and enjoy a race and event in a place that so many want to be. Just en......

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 31st, 2015

Catching up with Brad Tallent to learn what it takes to go on a trip like his Gulf to Gulf Odyssey and come back with a story like the feature film he just released. The post A New Point of View appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 31st, 2015

I glued the 2-liter stockpile around a wooden frame to make a 16-foot-long, 29-inch-wide hull. It didn’t glide too fast, but handled wind waves well enough. And the floatation? Excellent. The post DIRTBAG DIARIES: Message in a Bottle appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 31st, 2015

A kayak made of discarded plastic bottles and 150 miles of Puget Sound. Ken Campbell\'s \"Message in a Plastic Bottle\" is the story of an improbable kayak journey and the impacts of single-use plastics on the marine environment. The post Film Debut: ‘Message in a Plastic Bottle’ appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jul 31st, 2015

A man purported to be Dave Matthews in a canoe, eating pie Creepy Life of Pi remix Steep Montana creeking set to twnangy Montana music Where setting safety means a guy holding a stick–at 4:19 (Read a Q&A with the filmmaker) Steve Fisher training for the Merced #ninjapaddling Not of kayakers, but by kayakers Because some of the best moments in paddling happen off the water If you’re looking for a Beatdown of the Week… …look now further than the Ottawa Kickflip practice Above a hole — See the BEST PADDLING VIDEOS from last week. The post Week in Review: July 31, 2015 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

While traveling you get to do lots of timelapses that you don't necessary use in your kayaking videos, but some of them are real...

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