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2012 Whitewater Symposium - Kim Becker (Russell)

2012 Whitewater Symposium - Kim Becker (Russell)
December 07, 2012 - 

The 2012 Whitewater Symposium was held at Wet Planet Whitewater in Husum, Washington on the weekend of October 12-14, 2012. It was a gathering of whitewater's most inspirational and influential individuals from all parts of the industry: instructors, professionals, manufacturers, retailers, and consumers. It was an exciting event, full of various presentations and facilitated discussions in which the past, present, and future of the paddlesports industry was discussed. Amidst these discussions were various classes and demos: River Rescue Scenario Practice, SUP basics for flatwater and whitewater, Roll clinics, Editing with GoPro, ACA Instructor Certification, and much more! This year...

Northwest and BC Waterfalls - Craig Kleckner

Northwest and BC Waterfalls - Craig Kleckner
July 22, 2012 - 

I just got back from a short tour of BC and Northwest US, this is one of the few areas in the country that has water, so we needed to be here.  Water is in the title of whitewater kayaking, so water is a vital part of out sport and without it's hard to get the job done.  Here is just a quick peek as to some of the waterfalls we have been lucky enough to check off this year.  Full report coming soon with video. 

SF Salmon Bachelorette Party - Kim Russell

SF Salmon Bachelorette Party - Kim Russell
July 18, 2012 - 

What happens when four lady paddlers are getting married in the same year? You have a Bachelorette Party on the River! Earlier this month, 9 ladies from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, California and Montana, rallied for a 4-day wilderness self-support on the South Fork of the Salmon River, near McCall, Idaho.

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 the Northern slopes of Mt. Hood. It takes a lot of rain or a fast snowmelt in the winter/spring months to bring the water level up. With no gauge to check the level, it's hard to catch when it's in, which is usually only once or twice a season. Earlier this year, it rained for 4 days straight, and we rallied south along highway 35 to see the river at a perfect flow. Enjoy the photos, however, apologize for the lack of on-water pictures...

 
 
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