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Jim Good on the First Descent of Ernie’s Gorge on WA’s NF Snoqualmie

(By Jim Good/photos by Mike Hagadorn): From out of the darkness the first twinkling lights appeared. We were overcome with relief, then jubilation. It...

RIP Milo Duffek: “Duffek” Stroke Inventer Passes Away (Plus Tribute Vid)

Just two months after posting a great story on Milo Duffek and his infamous defection from the communist-controlled Czech Republic, his son, Milo Jr.,...

The Case of the Steamboat Sting, Dinosaur National Park, 1957

By Tom Martin (Modified from "Otis Marston: The Colorado River Historian," Volume 1, Book 4, available on Amazon Kindle) Editor's note: To adequately tell this...

Remembering Milo: An Ode to the Duffek Stroke (and Milo’s “Duffection”)

(By Alton Chewning) The Duffek stroke is one of the most enigmatic techniques in the history of kayaking. The stroke itself is hard to pin down...

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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...