The Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area is the largest freshwater protected marine area in the world.
Waypoint Adventure is a non-profit experiential education organization that works with people with disabilities in the Boston, Massachusetts area—both kids and adults.
More than any other water sport, whitewater kayaking demands a comfortable and high-performing paddle. It’ll take a lot of abuse, so you’ll want the best one you can afford.
When it comes to buying a stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) paddle, the rule of thumb is to buy the lightest one you can afford.
When you’re brand-new to kayaking you might think: A paddle is a paddle. But before long you’ll learn there’s a big difference in the types of paddles available. Some of that difference has to do with the kind of kayaking you want to do.
Choosing a stand-up paddle to accompany your board is an important decision that’ll affect your enjoyment of paddleboarding. There are three main considerations when selecting the right paddle for you and your board:
For over 20 years, Ken Whiting has been one of the most accomplished and renowned paddlers on the planet. Paddling has impacted every aspect of his life and made him the person he is today.
Do you need a gift idea for the paddlers on your list?
Aqua-Bound has a paddle for everyone, whether for kayaking, paddleboarding or whitewater paddling. Here are some ideas to get you started…
Get the most from your paddling adventures by learning the proper forward paddle stroke in kayaking. In this video, Ken Whiting explains and demonstrates the proper forward stroke technique.
A very important part of kayaking is learning good technique. Having a good technique in kayaking will help you paddle more efficiently and help you avoid injury.