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Jun 16th, 2017

Gradient and Water, a crew of Kiwi paddlers well known for ambitious paddling expeditions around the world, spent their winter exploring the lower Mekong River in Laos. The New Zealanders explored the massive whitewater in channels of the Mekong’s “4000 Islands” region. This region has been explored before by whitewater kayakers, but the drone footage

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Jun 16th, 2017

Nemo Hornet Elite 1p (1 lb, 13 oz., $450, nemoequipment.com) It is a matter of perspective. All tents are a compromise between weight, durability, space and dryness. From the perspective of other ultralight tents, the Nemo Hornet Elite 1p is incredibly light, yet also very small, especially in regard to livability because the top is

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jun 16th, 2017

If in doubt, scout? From John Wesley Powell to Rafa Ortiz, paddling's legends can teach us a thing or two about scouting whitewater and river rapids.

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Jun 16th, 2017

An overview of this versatile backcountry cookware with proven Dutch oven recipes.

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Jun 16th, 2017

Colorado-based Voormi is rapidly evolving from a craft start-up to a major player in outdoor apparel because of pieces like the Confluence ($249), which cleverly blends the insulating properties of merino wool with durable nylon and a water-repellent treatment. The Confluence packs reasonably small and serves double duty as both a technical mid-layer on the

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jun 15th, 2017

Rafa Ortiz celebrates international lobster day with ground-breaking pool-toy descent of Outlet Falls

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Jun 15th, 2017

Swims… they happen to the best of us. Aniol Serrasolses, the paddling phenomenon from Spain, had an epic out-of-boat experience while paddling the Wenatchee River during uncommonly high spring flows. Despite being ripped out of the kayak by a powerful hydraulic, Serrasolses pulled off an impressive self rescue and even managed to keep ahold of

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Jun 15th, 2017

"With record snowpack, paddling high-water levels, nonstop, into the heart of the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness: This was a challenge beyond what any of us had ever known."

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Jun 14th, 2017

Chris Tredwold and Jules Domine, Homathko River – BC. Maxi Kniewasser maxi-kniewasser.com Born in “the flattest place on earth” (northern Germany), Kniewasser moved ever farther west, quietly notching a string of impressive international kayaking expeditions and descents (as well as a stunning photo portfolio along the way) before finally settling in Vancouver for grad school.

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Jun 14th, 2017

A 24-hour rowing attempt at the distance paddling world record by Idaho rafters Jon Barker, Ian Faurot and Shane Moser broke the distance record, setting a new 282-mile mark by using a single cataraft and linking sections of Idaho's Salmon River system, 52 hours before four kayakers reset the record at 287.5 miles on the same route.

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