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Category Archive: Paddler Lifestyle Articles

Reports on what the Pyranha World Team has been up to

01
Jul

Fusion Duo | The Best Gift For Your Family

Multiple boats, wedging gear in awkward places, and uncomfortable paddling with screaming children crammed in the boat with you; these were all things I was dreading! That is until the Pyranha Fusion Duo came into our lives.

26
Mar

A Magical Night | Upano River, Ecuador

The Upano river is located in the south of Ecuador. It is a river that runs through a beautiful canyon with a thousand waterfalls called The Grand Canyon of the Upano. This is was one of the most beautiful canyons I have ever paddled, and during out stay in Ecuador, World Class Academy decided to …

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26
Mar

Festival “San Pedro Libre”, Chile, región de Los Ríos, comuna de Los Lagos

Starting at Riñihue Lake, the San Pedro River has everything from calm and crystal clear waters to strong rapids that will make you feel its power while you try to keep your kayak right side up.

15
Mar

Too Much Carnage?

The wetsuit warriors couldn’t have been keener; throwing lines, swimming rapids, chase boating and much, much more.

21
Feb

Join the Movement for Clear Access, Clear Waters

Regardless of your paddling persuasion, the one thing that binds us all is the need to access to water to paddle.

05
Feb

A Journey to the Headwaters of the Payette

“It sounded like a proper suffer fest that could potentially lead to sub-prime whitewater. However, we were bored, hot, and keen on an adventure we didn’t have to drive far to get into.”

21
Dec

Keep the Noli Wild & Free

In modern times of urban sprawl and increasing development, natural places are becoming more valuable than ever. As outdoor enthusiasts, we must stand up and do what we can to protect these areas before they are changed forever. The Nolichucky River gorge and its diverse ecosystem is the epitome of what should be preserved for generations …

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19
Dec

Rio Claro, A Dream Come True

The Rio Claro is one of the most beautiful rivers in the world. The Claro is in the Maule Region and is based in the Siete Tazas National Park in the heart of Chile. I have always dreamed of running this river and I got my chance to paddle this glorious canyon. During my stay in …

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02
Nov

Dialling In Moves In The 12R

It’s the Eve of the 23rd Annual Green Race; what better time than to hear from some of the members of Team Pyranha who’ll be piloting the Pyranha 12R down the course for the first time… Dylan McKinney When I first heard of the Green Race some ten years ago, I remember thinking how insane …

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02
Oct

Three weeks in the Canadian Arctic in the Fusion

The Barrenlands region in Arctic Canada is an amazing place. Big skies over green tundra, Canadian shield granite ledges, 24-hour daylight, amazing wildlife, and blue rivers. We paddled the Hood River in Nunavut, Canada for 21 days over 250 miles from the source to the mouth at Arctic Sound. The Hood is a classic Barrenlands …

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