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The Sweet Green Project
Last summer an energy audit was performed on the office building by Envinity, a company from State College that offers design, building, and energy services to create money saving, energy efficient homes and work places. With this recent energy audit perfo...
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Photo gallery and event recap from Idaho's 2017 North Fork Championship VI The post High Water, Big Finishes at 2017 North Fork Championship VI appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine.
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Adventurer Jim Baird highlights five classic Southern Ontario whitewater rivers benefiting from an unseasonably late high-water season. The post Five Classic Southern Ontario Whitewater Rivers appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine.
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Coosa FD First Looks and Thoughts
A look at the new pedal offering from Jackson Kayak.
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US Team Trials
This year was my first year competing in the junior women’s class. This also meant I was eligible to compete against some of the best juniors in the country in the 2017 USA team trials. Before I got to Buena Vista, where team trials were being held, I w...
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Photos and words by Nick Gottlieb There’s a surprisingly common debate about what’s the best way to experience the Canyon. When I tell people I’m doing a 10-day Grand Canyon trip, I often get a response along the lines of, “Why? I’d want to spend...
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Video: Wild and Free Tour in Reno
Experience the Reno River festival with paddling super-parents Nick Troutman and Emily Jackson. The couple is traveling around North America and the world with their two kids, Tucker and KC. Their summer travel mixes adrenaline pumping whitewater with fami...
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Photo of the Day | Nick Gottlieb
Daphnee Tuzlak on a rainy day on Idaho’s Selway River. Nick Gottlieb nickgottlieb.photography @nickgottliebphoto Nick is an adventure sports photographer who strives to capture beautiful photos of the outdoors and the people who live for it. He loves mul...
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Where Have All The Sea Otters Gone?
Photos and Words by Chuck Graham I was kayaking between Point Arguello and Point Conception on the Central California Coast. The surf heaved across the ragged shoreline, and the northwest winds sent tumbleweeds bounding down the beach. Wave-battered and pa...
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Wisconsin Fly Fishing Road Trip Video
Last week I took a road trip to Osceola, WI to tour the Bending Branches factory.  Seems they have some big news about the new Angler Pro that they will reveal during ICAST in July.  Sorry, I couldn’t convince them to let me share any pictures but they...
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A (Birth)day of Predators Video
Here is a little video of my birthday trip fishing for Rainbow Trout and Pike, I’m sure there are worse ways to spend your birthday. 😉
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STAKEOUT–  the time of year in early spring when a small group of (crazy) people gather in northern Quebec in search of the world’s biggest and best river waves, and stake them out. This spring I experienced my first Stakeout, and here are some things...
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Dickies did a piece on their website about me along with a video by Steve Fisher that I think you will enjoy watching.      It is a story about Jackson Kayak, and some of our accomplishments as well as a little glimpse into my work life.    I am direc...
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AHHHHHHHH NIRVANA!!!!
Alright let me just grab your attention for a second. This is seriously the most fired up I have ever been on a boat, creekboat or playboat, simply because I didn’t realize how much could be crammed into one boat. Like you I’m sure, the first thing I w...
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Photo of the Day | Jens Klatt
Olaf Obsommer, Inn River, Austria. Jens Klatt jensklatt.com @jensklattphoto Jens Klatt is a freelance photographer from Augsburg, Germany, who started the craft of making photos in hopes of communicating his fascination with whitewater to his non-paddling ...
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The nearest land, Bermuda, is a small target some 440 miles southwest—and the Gulf Stream is carrying him northeast. America’s eastern seaboard lies some 750 miles to his west, but with the prevailing wind and current it may as well be on Mars. Europe ...
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Nick Troutman, who has been traveling around the West Coast of the USA with Emily Jackson and their two kids, took an impromptu trip to big wave paradise. Troutman, a big wave master, made the trip to Québec to meet up with other freestyle kayaking legend...
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A Return to Rivers Part 2
 Camp   After an awesome day one camp had come into view a small spit of cleared land. I could see my brother with his hammock strung between the 2 trees closest the river. As we pulled up and stepped out the smell of campfire and exhaustion set in. We g...
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Dominion River Rock
One day, we received the news that an awesome river festival would be held in the place that my family used to live in, Richmond Virginia! It is known as Dominion River Rock, and has all sorts of sports, from rock climbing and kayaking, to slacklining and ...
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Balatoni meglepetés csuka
A természetes vizekre jellemzően nem tudhatjuk előre, mi akad a horgunkra. Lehet célzottan horgászni egy-egy halfajra, de a meglepetés egy nem várt hal személyében mindig benne van a pakliban.. Ez történt velem is, amikor célzottan süllőre do...
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Photo of the Day | Jasper Gibson
Ben Marr laying treats on Twisted Pleasure on the Rio Jalacingo, Vera Cruz, Mexico. Jasper Gibson jaspergibson.com @jaspergibson__ Jasper Gibson is a Washington-based Idaho native whose growing action-sports portfolio is proving what the whitewater world h...
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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 “400...
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Field Tested: Nemo Hornet Elite Tent
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 lig...
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Skills: Scouting Whitewater
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. The post Skills: Scouting Whitewater appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine.
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Dutch Oven Cooking 101
An overview of this versatile backcountry cookware with proven Dutch oven recipes. The post Dutch Oven Cooking 101 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine.
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Summer Kickoff Gear Bag
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 treat...
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Rafa Ortiz celebrates international lobster day with ground-breaking pool-toy descent of Outlet Falls The post Video: Rafa Ortiz runs 70-foot falls on inflatable lobster appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine.
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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 hy...
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"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." The post Inside the 24-Hour Distance Padding World Record Speed Descen...
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Photo of the Day | Maxi Kniewasser
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 exp...
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Chase for the Salmon Speed Record
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, 5...
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Catching up with event organizer James Byrd on the eve of the sixth, and potentially largest, North Fork Championship to date The post Preparing for the Rowdiest North Fork Championship Yet appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine.
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On June 8th, Governor Wolf and the employees, officials, and project partners of Corsa Coal celebrated the “Grand Opening” of the Acosta Deep Mine in Jenners Township, Somerset County – the same coal mine that President Trump touted in his speech ann...
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Photo of the Day | Fred Marmsater
Corona moment… Conor Mihell relaxing on a key somewhere near the southern end of the BBST, near Suwannee, Florida. Fred Marmsater fredrikmarmsater.com @fmarmsaterphoto  Fred Marmsater specializing in shooting in remote locations and capturing athletes ...
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Paddling in the Reine fjord in Lofoten, Northern Norway. This area is very popular among tourists, but sea kayakers usually have the whole fjord to ourselves. Kristoffer Vandbakk kajakknord.no @kristoffervan Kristoffer Vandbakk coaches and guides in Norway...
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Field Tested: Pyranha Machno
Falling hard for the new creekboat in town, our hard-to-please kayak tester puts the Pyranha Machno through its paces on the Seattle area's best whitewater. The post Field Tested: Pyranha Machno appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine.
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Over the last couple years, we at C&K have been fortunate to be part of the rise of social media. The way that it has influenced the world’s intake of stories and visual media has been amazing. For better or worse, everything is now available at our fing...
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Field Tested: Five-Ten Canyoneer
Canyoneer by Five Ten. ($180) The king is dead, long live the king! Five Ten’s Canyoneer was once the whitewater shoe of choice. At the time, it was the only high top shoe with arch support and good grip in all conditions; yet it was hindered by several ...
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Photo of the Day | Scott Martin
Danny Doran running dam wall which separates the top four rapids to the bottom four rapids. Bottom Moose, NY Scott Martin scottmartinimages.com @scottmartinimages Scott stumbled into exploring rivers at a young age. With an appetite for adventure, he has f...
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This weekend, expedition kayakers Tyler Bradt, Aniol Serrasolses, and brothers Todd and Brendan Wells paddled nearly 300 miles of continuous whitewater to set a new 24-hour distance world record by linking high-water runs on upper tributaries of Idaho's Sa...
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Call it the Dane Games? That’s how it started off for Jackson Kayak paddler Dane Jackson, who kayaked his way to first place in Thursday’s Coors Light Steep Creek Championship on Homestake Creek at the GoPro Mountain Games in Vail, Colo., for his secon...
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Field Tested: Waka Gangsta Creekboat
By David Spiegel and Eli Spiegel Waka Kayaks sprang into the U.S. when Evan Garcia began importing the wildly popular Tuna and Tutea creekboats from Europe to White Salmon, Wash., a few years ago. The boats were an instant hit, especially among paddlers wh...
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I am the 8-Ball
Chris Baer, perennial disruptor of the GoPro Mountain Games, shares secrets from the Vail, Colorado festival's gladiator-race finale The post I am the 8-Ball appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine.
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Photo of the Day | Darin McQuoid
Jonny Chase on the South Branch Feather River, CA Darin McQuoid darinmcquoid.com @darinmcquoid “When I found kayaking it was the perfect way to explore river canyons,” says Darin McQuoid who grew up “in the sticks” exploring canyons on foot. “The...
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Photo of the Day | David Spiegel
Floating towards to Fisher Towers upstream of Moab on the Colorado River. David Spiegel adventurecloud.com @d_spiegel David grew up on the rivers of the Pacific Northwest. In college he picked up a camera and began documenting his travels to rivers in the ...
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Photojournalist David Jackson shares photos and memories from 50 days with cross-Canada canoeist Mike Ranta The post Cross-Canada Dispatch #1: Up and Over British Columbia appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine.
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Photo of the Day | Ryan Creary
Glen Carpenter, Lundbreck Falls, Crowsnest Pass, AB Ryan Creary ryancreary.com @ryancreary After getting a taste for paddling during his university semesters in Ontario and summers spent guiding sea kayak trips back home in New Brunswick, Ryan Creary heade...
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CELEBRATING STAKEOUT
Muddy roads and a dull gray landscape are scant reminders of winter’s vice in northern Canada. Roads are choked with mud, the woods hide what snow remains, and industry takes a break to wait for the spring thaw to harden wet land. There’s no wind throu...
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Photo of the Day | John Rathwell
Participants paddle at Bay of Fundy Sea Kayak Symposium in Nova Scotia. John Rathwell johnrathwell.com @johnrathwell John Rathwell is a self-taught Ottawa-based photographer who immerses viewers in captured moments and scenes. “I strive to create images ...
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Photo of the Day | Jens Klatt
Philip Baues, Valser Rhein, Switzerland Jens Klatt jensklatt.com @jensklattphoto Jens Klatt is a freelance photographer from Augsburg, Germany, who started the craft of making photos in hopes of communicating his fascination with whitewater to his non-padd...
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