Michael Potter hooks up with Lauralyn Chrisley for an afternoon of ice cream headache rolls and fail-boofing with the one and only Kirk Eddlemon
Author: Chicago Mike
Editor-in-Chief "Chicago" Mike Toughill is co-founder of Dirt Bag Paddlers and former Peshtigo River Manager at Kosir's Rapid Rafts in Wisconsin. He's been Wallacing since 2003.
Chip Sanders lightheartedly explains rafting in terms of physics and guiding as a physicist would, on the Wild & Scenic Chattooga River
Longtime Kayak guide Serkan Konya takes us on a tour of the magic whitewater of his home in the Taurus Region of Turkey, with a look back at his journeys exploring the rivers over the years.
Dale #danewho Guarniere and Mike Toughill interview Jackson Kayak star Nick Troutman on family, paddling, and Wallace.
A selection of photos, writing, and video by Priscilla Macy
By Juniper Rose After years of anticipation, two failed visa attempts, and support from across the globe, Nepali paddler Dipesh Gurung finally holds the golden ticket to bringing his kayak instructing to the next level — a visa. With this document and months of hard work and fundraising, Gurung, a DBP 2017 All Wallace Team […]
Young raft guide Hannah Fetzer shares some tips that helped get her into Raft Guiding.
FROM THE ENGLISH CHANNEL TO THE ZAMBEZI RIVER ~ STAND UP PADDLEBOARDING. by Chris Macdonald ENGLISH CHANNEL Two years ago I crossed the English Channel in a sea kayak and then I started a new course in watersports Instruction at Falmouth Marine School in Falmouth, Cornwall. Before I joined this college I had never […]
“Take me home, country road, to the place I belong…” -John Denver I spent some time on the last day of summer sitting at the put in to the Skykomish River here in Washington, enjoying the remote beauty and pausing to recollect. My heart was three thousand miles away… after all, it’s September, also known […]
RAFTING: East Vs West. by Alex Wilson
I moved out to Colorado this year with my homies, ready to experience the natural flow of snow melt on the Arkansas River, known in the raft industry simply as “The Ark.” My very first private trip through Browns Canyon was with my brother, and it was amazing! Big train waves, gorgeous views, but still […]