It is boating season in Nepal, and as the Join Adventure’s team reunites leader Dipesh Gurung is excited to share a newly learned way of teaching with his fellow Nepali boaters and trip participants . Gurung, Join Adventure’s co-founder and trip leader, has returned from two months at the New Zealand Kayak School where he […]
Associate Editor Lauralyn Chrisley takes us along for a White Nile adventure in the heart of Africa.
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.
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 […]
This is the 2nd part of https://www.dbpmagazineonline.com/2017/11/22/illinois-river-20200-cfs/ It is a moment that I still remember vividly, both the thoughts that went through my head, and the darkness that enveloped us. I can’t say for sure how long we were in there. There were multiple boats waiting for us to come out, and I heard anywhere […]
Date: February 7, 2015 Flow: 20200 CFS Class: VI Put-in: McCaleb Ranch Take-out: Lower Oak Flat Length: 36 miles So I had planned this trip for about a week. A month and a half ago I had just run the same stretch at 12000. The trip had been very successful, and I was hoping for […]
Michael Potter takes us with on a Wallace filled weekend at GAF
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 […]
To celebrate world rivers day, Rafa Ortiz took on the great falls of the Potomac River, a set of grade V falls just outside Washington DC. Check out the images below and see the full article over at Red Bull. World Rivers Day is celebrated on the last Sunday of September around the world. Our […]
This is it. We’ve moved as a team, cautiously probing our way down through the rapid above. From one eddy to the next, we slowed down our descent, breaking out of the main flow, knowing that soon, somewhere, we would stumble upon the main event. And here it is, a horizon line, where the river […]