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by Aqua-Bound on 09/24/2019

Tisha McCombs made some packraft converts during a mountain weekend with a couple dozen other outdoor industry women…

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by Aqua-Bound on 09/17/2019

The Baja Peninsula is a hugely popular sea kayaking destination, but the extreme conditions there make it unique and challenging…

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by Jonas Alexandersson on 09/12/2019

Me and some friends did a trip to Lofoten Islands this summer. We had three fantastic weeks with a weather the locals couldn't remember ever having.

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by Aqua-Bound on 09/10/2019

Laila Reigstad is a kayak guide in her native country of Norway. She had the delightful job of helping a group of Kenyan girls from the Nairobi slums discover kayaking…

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by Aqua-Bound on 09/03/2019

In this tenth episode of Paddle Tales, Ken Whiting takes us to Eeyou Istchee Baie-James in northern Quebec…

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by Aqua-Bound on 08/27/2019

The Sea of Cortez offers gorgeous waters, plenty of marine wildlife and a variety of conditions for kayakers of all skill levels…

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by Laila Johanne Reigstad on 08/24/2019

Based on reading books of/about Arctic explorers, a facination for glaciers and mountains, and an interest in Norse/viking period, I finally got myself together in 2015 and went to Greenland for a

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by Laila Johanne Reigstad on 08/23/2019

Adrenalin padling!
From November to January milliards of herring are entering the fjords of Northern Norway, and with them follow both orcas (killer whales) and humpback whales.

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by Laila Johanne Reigstad on 08/23/2019

Norway has many mountains and glaciers, but there are only two glacier lakes you can drive all the way up to, put your kayak on the water and padle towards an amazing glacier front that floats on t

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by Laila Johanne Reigstad on 08/23/2019

I paddle kayak all year around here among the islands and skerries west of Bergen on the Norwegian west coast.