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Building Community Through Kayaking - Kate Wagner

Building Community Through Kayaking - Kate Wagner
December 24, 2013 - 

A couple months ago I decided to take a break from working in mental health and refresh my perspective by working at the Next Adventure Paddle Sports Center. It has been a nice change of pace to say the least.The thing I wanted to highlight, is something we call the Get Out and Paddle. Every second, third and fourth week of the month (November through March) we offer a free kayaking trip on various local rivers. The difficulty of river is determined by the week, meaning week two is class two, etc. The trip is...

New Life in the White Salmon Narrows - Kate Wagner

New Life in the White Salmon Narrows - Kate Wagner
November 13, 2012 - 

The White Salmon Narrows (Lower Lower White Salmon River) is finally open! Since the removal of Condit Dam last fall, boaters have been chomping at the bit to see what this now free flowing section has to offer.  Well, here it is.

Year in Review - Craig Kleckner

Year in Review - Craig Kleckner
November 01, 2012 - 

This was my first full year representing and paddling for Five Ten and it could not have been a better year to have their support along with the rest of my sponsors.  The year of kayaking is soon going to start to come to a close for the Northeast of North America and I had a bunch of good footage piling up so I decided to make a short video highlighting all of the great waterfalls, waves, and creeks I was fortunate enough to have paddled this year. 

Norway Magic - Chris Korbulic

Norway Magic - Chris Korbulic
August 17, 2012 -  Chris Korbulic

There are some places with magical associations and almost mythical character; Norway is one of those places to me. Endless sunlight, cliff-lined fjords, lightning blue rivers flowing from glaciers into the sea, it’s easy to see why. Since I started kayaking I have seen and heard about this Scandinavian kayaking oasis and its unbelievable rivers, but I never thought I would get to paddle here. It is one of the most expensive places to travel, and for a kayaker used to sleeping in the back of a mid-90’s hatchback, this fact was extremely daunting. This is where our friend...

Cali-bunga and my 5.10's - David Farkas

Cali-bunga and my 5.10's - David Farkas
July 13, 2012 - 

Every spring I make the pilgrimage to California like many other paddlers looking for smooth granite and overnight runs with friends. This spring was a little different than most. With a marginal snow pack and high temps, the rivers were running and high Sierra runs were in much earlier than usual. The run off was already more than half over and most of the snow pack had disintegrated. Time to get on with it.I arrived in Sacramento and contacted my friends Ben Jackson, Daan Jimmink, and Jess Matheson. They had just flown in from New Zealand and were itching...

Marble Fork Expedition to Kayak the Steepest Mile - Forrest Noble

Marble Fork Expedition to Kayak the Steepest Mile - Forrest Noble
July 02, 2012 -  Forrest Noble

25 years ago to bag a cutting edge first D in kayaking all I needed was to have a crack crew of boaters a taste for adventure and be able to figure out the put in and take out bridges and set your shuttle. 15 years ago we would break out the chainsaws and find tributaries of creeks that required days or even weeks of cleaning to open up a runnable path through the waterfalls and rapids to nab the first descent. In the past decade finding a first D has meant hiking ungodly amounts of miles...

 

Demshitz Romance in Durango - David Fusilli

Demshitz Romance in Durango - David Fusilli
June 17, 2012 - 
One day in Buena Vista Co, Demshitz, Jed Selby and Mathieu Dumoulin loaded up in...

Grand Canyon Bound - Michael Buell

Grand Canyon Bound - Michael Buell
June 06, 2012 -  Michael Buell
Now its time for something a little bit different! About 7 or 8 months ago...

Toketee Falls - David Fusilli

Toketee Falls - David Fusilli
May 24, 2012 - 
This was a 20 foot waterfall into a 70 foot waterfall. I was stoked...

Demshitz playin in North Carolina - David Fusilli

Demshitz playin in North Carolina - David Fusilli
May 18, 2012 - 
This is a short kayaking video from North Carolina. Some freestyling and a few...

2012 Upper Wind River Festival - Kim Russell

2012 Upper Wind River Festival - Kim Russell
April 02, 2012 - 
For whitewater paddlers in the Northwest, the Upper Wind River Festival kicks off the season...

Upper East Fork of the Hood - Kim Russell

Upper East Fork of the Hood - Kim Russell
January 16, 2012 - 
The Upper East Fork of the Hood is a continuous class IV river located on...
 

Slippery When Wet: GoPro Hero Reel - Shon Bollock

Slippery When Wet: GoPro Hero Reel - Shon  Bollock
January 06, 2012 - 
So life has finally mellowed out a little after a busy quarter of film school...

Into the Abyss - Mariann Sæther

Into the Abyss - Mariann Sæther
November 13, 2011 -  Mariann Sæther
The Apurimac is one of the most famous rivers of South America. Known as the...
 
 
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