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29
Oct

Spooky Rivers of Britain

It’s almost Halloween (or Hallowe’en if you prefer the traditional spelling), and whether you believe in ghosts or not, rivers can be pretty spooky places to be as the air gets colder and the evenings get darker. Here’s a few ghost stories based around rivers that have given us chills recently: The Drowned Children of …

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15
Sep

Colorado 2015: Media Dump

Colorado is one of the most fun and picturesque places for paddlers to visit.  Enough said… lets get to the media! Below: Adam Goshorn slip-n-sliding on OBJ, photo by Alicia Lycan Below: Eric Hoffman rocking the Shiva on OBJ, photo by Adam Goshorn   Below: Adam Goshorn on the first drop on OBJ, Photo by Jason Bordwine Below: …

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19
Jun

University of Bristol hit the alps swimming!

It’s here, we’re here, finally the long wait is over and our annual summer trip to the alps has begun! We’re now one week in and loving the french alpine lifestyle with more baguettes and salami than we know what to do with… After settling in and the first night we took the beginners for …

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11
Feb

Pyranha Memories: The Rob Roy, A Happy Accident

You may be aware that we recently released a Sit-on-Top version of the Pyranha Fusion, which has just been awarded ‘Coolest Kayak of the Show’ at PaddleExpo 2014; however, this isn’t the first Sit-on-Top kayak that Pyranha has produced! Way back in the day, around ’86 or ’87 (maybe even earlier!) when most whitewater kayaks …

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26
Jan

Winter on the Mountain with the XL Burn III

  Below: Adam Goshorn on Short Creek, photo by Shannon Goshorn Fresh off a winter Grand Canyon trip, I probably should be working on sorting pictures and video from that trip.  However, ever since I arrived back to my home the opportunities for great boating have kept me happily distracted!  The XL Burn III was …

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21
Apr

Mexico 2013 Part IV: Back to SLP

Below: Matt Beauchamp on the El Salto Section of the Rio Valles, photo by Adam Goshorn We had been enjoying our time in Veracruz (see Mexico 2013 Part III HERE), but water levels continued to be too high for many of runs we would have been paddling in a normal year. There were a few …

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16
Apr

Mexico 2013 Part III: Veracruz

Below: Must be going the right way, photo by Evan Alfano Below: Adam Goshorn on the Rio Alseseca , photo by Shannon Goshorn The day after we paddled the second canyon of the Rio Verde with Team Previa (see: Mexico 2013 part II HERE); we woke up early and broke down our camp at Aldea …

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10
Mar

Mexico 2013 Part II: Team Previa

Below: Matt Beauchamp running Puerta del Salto in the second canyon of the Rio Verde, photos by Adam Goshorn   Just after dark on the day we ran the Rio Minas Viajas (see Mexico 2013 Part I HERE), we were driving down the narrow driveway into the Aldea Huesteca campground when we met a van …

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27
Feb

Ten days in Ecuador

I asked a friend a while ago when a holiday becomes an expedition – his answer was that if you come back weighing less than when you left, it’s an expedition. Whilst I like this definition, it was a moot point on this trip. There was no way it could have risked turning into an …

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23
Nov

Back to Meghalaya

After an epic trip to Meghalaya last year, picking a destination for this year was pretty easy. Last year we turned up having done no research and found gold, so along with a year of google earth reserach myself and my brother headed back, joined in three stages by Barry Loughnane, Moe Kelleher and Chris …

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