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Paving the Way: Chattooga Celebrates 50 Wild & Scenic Years (Special AW Tribute)

Beginning as a small stream in the Appalachian Mountains near Whiteside Mountain in North Carolina, the Chattanooga River travels 50 miles to its end at...

Bridging Memories: Reflections from the 1,300-mile, 52-day Columbia River Canoe Project

Professional outdoor athlete Robert Lester from Butte, Mont., recently traveled through Bridgeport, Wash., along the banks of the Columbia River on the on his...

New Book: “Borne by the River” details Canoeing the Delaware from Headwaters to Home (Plus: a PL Q /A with Author Rick Van Noy)

After a near-fatal stroke and a separation, amidst a global pandemic, Rick Van Noy decided to go for a paddle with his dog, Sully....

What a Busy Year: American Whitewater’s Recent Accomplishments of Note

Want to know what river advocacy group American Whitewater has been up to recently, helping protect the rivers we all love? The list is...

OARS Releases Western River Outlook for ’24

The 2024 rafting season has commenced, and with it outfitter OARS has released its annual Western Rafting Outlook, highlighting current snowpack totals in the...

Day 100 and Counting: Update from Tez Steinberg’s 5,000-mile Row from Hawaii to Australia

Want to know what it’s like to row 5,000 miles from Hawaii to Australia? We managed to catch up with Tez Steinberg, 36, who,...

Fedarko, Author of “The Emerald Mile,” Releases New Grand Book: “A Walk in the Park”

Fan of "The Emerald Mile"? Then you’ll love this latest release by its river-running and not-afraid-to-hike-a-canyon author, Kevin Fedarko, who is at it again,...

Landmark decision reached to protect Croatia’s Mrežnica and Tounjčica Rivers

Decision marks a significant milestone in the United for Rivers campaign to protect over 400 kilometres of rivers throughout the Western Balkans In a groundbreaking...

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New Guidebook Release: Paddling the Salish Sea

In Paddling the Salish Sea, professional kayaker and SUP instructor Rob Casey guides paddlers to the quiet inlets of...
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River Management Society Announces 2024 River Studies and Leadership Certificate Recipients

The River Management Society (RMS) has announced 2024 recipients of the River Studies and Leadership Certificate, a program offered...

Paddle the Nation’s Driest State with New National Rivers Project Resources

Planning a river trip to America’s driest state has never been easier. The National Rivers Project (NRP) website, a...

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Bad Ash Outdoors On a Mission About Fishin’

Ashley “Bad Ash” Nichole Lewis is on a mission…a...

Wilderness Systems Launches New iATAK 110 Inflatable Fishing Kayak

It’s a bad time to be a fish. Especially...