We once again welcome a guest post from Nick Boreham of River Stench, this time with a very funny recounting of a rather dry trip to the Scottish Highlands. The Scottish mountains are old, older than the furthest reaches of comprehension. They do not expend their energies on the frivolities of spires and sharp peaks […]
Rivers all around the world are under threat. One that is close to the heart of many UK paddlers is the Afon Conwy, in North Wales. With multiple sections of top class whitewater, including the famous Fairy Glen, as well as important and irreplaceable woodlands and habitats, the proposed development is just too damaging. The […]
With Gauley fest over the weekend, there is a lot of footage of carnage out there! I personally like this carnage filled run down the upper, wallace! Check out some of our t-shirts here: https://www.dbpmagazineonline.com/product/invert-wallace-t-shirt/ Send us suggestions for wallace of the week!
A new weekly DBPMagazineonline feature, showcasing the more chaotic moments of watersports around the world every tuesday (Unless it is raining, then paddling comes before writing) Our first example is not even involving paddlesports! It does however involve waterfalls, which makes it count! This guy obviously watched some videos of Dane etc and thought that […]
Although my dream of running the North Fork started one year before I dipped my oars into this mighty river, and the fact that I never thought that it was possible, it consumed me. All that I could think about during my off season in Utah was the North Fork. When we first moved to […]
Women and men on white water, is there a difference? Should we be supporting more women to be on the rivers? Are women at a disadvantage in a commercial environment? Should something be changed, if so what? There are some interesting articles and opinions about women in white water. As a white water women I […]