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Category Archive: Tips & Guides

26
May

Getting Back on the River

Guess what? Something incredibly exciting just happened….. I got to go kayakinggggggg!!!!

03
May

You Can’t Use That on There!

A few years ago there seemed to be a widely accepted belief that in order to kayak down harder rivers you needed a creekboat. A big one!

02
Mar

How To Make the Most of Your Local Run

Travelling abroad is a little more complicated than what it used to be at the moment, however here are a few of my favorite things to do on my local run to ensure I make the most out of it while having fun, staying fit, and making sure I’m ready for when I finally get to travel and kayak some new rivers!

13
Jul

Colorado Dealer Spotlight: Golden River Sports

In the heart of historic downtown Golden Colorado, right on the banks of the Clear Creek Whitewater Park sits a local full service fly fishing shop and whitewater kayak store, run by longtime whitewater couple Bart and Patty Pinkham.

06
Jul

Colorado Dealer Spotlight: CKS Main Street

Delivering knowledge, building enthusiasm, and converting people into paddlers, CKS is truly a shop run by passionate members of the whitewater community.

29
Jun

Colorado Dealer Spotlight: 4Corners Riversports

Tucked into the Southwest desert mountains of Colorado, only miles from the infamous ‘Four Corners’ of the United States where Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico come together to form a perfect intersection, 4Corners Riversports has been in business since 1983.

15
Jun

Great People to Go Kayaking With #1: Jamie Greenhalgh

Whether you’re looking to get back on the water and shake off the cobwebs, or you’re completely new to paddlesports and want to shortcut the learning process to make the most of what remains of Summer, our little community has some extremely talented coaches and guides who are embedded in its roots, and perfectly placed to help you do just that; allow us to introduce you…

01
Jun

Seven Ways to Make Solo Paddling Safer….

Going paddling involves dealing with risk, and undoubtedly paddling on your own increases the level of many of those risks. Solo paddling though, I think, has an undeservedly negative reputation.

17
Mar

7 Paddling-Related Things to Do During Self-Isolation

It’s all a little bit doom and gloom out there right now, so we thought our fellow paddlers might appreciate some ideas of what to do to keep yourself occupied if you’re self-isolating…

14
Nov

Expedition Rippering

I genuinely didn’t look for food I liked or that would typically be good to have on a multi-day, I looked for the lightest sources of calories possible and walked away with several packs of biscuits.

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