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Editorial: Stop Thinking, Buy the Kayak

My friend, Larry, pined over the purchase of a new kayak for more than two years. We spoke about it every Wednesday evening. One night…

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10 of Adventure Kayak's Most Popular Stories From 2016

1. Video: Gnarly Ocean Play in California Obviously, this story made an impression on paddlers everywhere. Our most viewed story from 2016 is a video…

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One Woman’s Quest To Set A New World Record In Kayaking

As her life becomes filled with the logistics of an ambitious kayaking expedition, Traci Lynn Martin stays inspired by thinking about her mother. In 2016…

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Explore the mystery of North America’s oldest human remains by kayak

They appeared like hundreds of rambunctious little Yodas bobbing and barking with bad coughs, snubbed snouts and short, knobby ear flaps pointing east and west,…

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Families Who Adventure Together

It started with a few observations, then an offhand remark, and finally, a question: If wanderlust—or waterlust—often seems contagious, could it in fact be inherited?…

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Frozen Footsteps

It started with a few observations, then an offhand remark, and finally, a question: If wanderlust—or waterlust—often seems contagious, could it in fact be inherited?…

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Families Who Adventure Together: First, Faster, Further

It started with a few observations, then an offhand remark, and finally, a question: If wanderlust—or waterlust—often seems contagious, could it in fact be inherited?…

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Born to be Wild

It started with a few observations, then an offhand remark, and finally, a question: if wanderlust—or waterlust—often seems contagious, could it in fact be inherited?…

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Families Who Adventure Together: Soul Food

It started with a few observations, then an offhand remark, and finally, a question: If wanderlust—or waterlust—often seems contagious, could it in fact be inherited?…

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Guardians of Green: Plastic Pollution Fighters

“We've always been a one-person-at-a-time kind of organization,” says Jason Self. “I am proud every time someone says ‘thank you for your work’ or is…

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River Angel

At the beginning, there’s always an outing, says Kate Ross Kuthe, Education and Outreach Coordinator for Willamette Riverkeeper. “I'm screening films about environmental activists for…

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Keeper of the Stikine

“I don't have any early memories without the Stikine in them,” says Brenda Schwartz-Yeager, “I'm pretty sure the river’s water runs through my veins.” A…

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Conservation In Clayoquot Sound

You can learn a lot about a person by how they answer the phone...and why they don’t. My pre-scheduled call with Dan Lewis, Executive Director…

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Following the Path of the Group of Seven

The bows of our sea kayaks part clear waters. A jumble of boulders lurks beneath, descending from the cobble beach ahead. To our left a…

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Exploring The Contradictions Of Climate Change

Above the northernmost reach of the Alaskan Panhandle, sardined between piles of camping gear, food-stuffed dry bags and folding kayaks, I pressed my face to…

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