Kayaking

Morro Bay Triathlon 2017

Morro Bay Triathlon 2017

Morro Bay Triathlon November 5, Morro Bay Photo: Kaori Photo All Out Events returns with the 7th annual Morro Bay Triathlon which offers both Olympic and Sprint distances. Racers will navigate a protected harbor with traditional swimming or an optional paddle, bike...
Dawn To Dusk Adventure Race 2017

Dawn To Dusk Adventure Race 2017

Dawn To Dusk Adventure Race October 21, San Luis Obispo Photo: Kaori Photo Adventure athletes as young as 7 and as old as 85 will be testing their skills against the wild California coastline on in All Out Events’ Dawn to Dusk adventure race. The 12-hour long Dawn to...
Drake Would Go

Drake Would Go

A Point Reyes sea kayaking adventure Words and photos by Chuck Graham Taking a break beneath the Point Reyes Lighthouse. The incessant roar from Jack’s Beach never waned throughout the night. The wind was howling across Bodega Bay, leaving an uneasy feeling amongst...
Ta-Hoe Nalu 2017

Ta-Hoe Nalu 2017

Ta-Hoe Nalu August 12-13, Kings Beach Ta-Hoe Nalu brings the feel of a traditional Hawaiian paddle festival to the spectacular Kings Beach on the north shore of Lake Tahoe August 12-13, 2017. Hundreds of competitors and thousands of spectators help create a party...
Armchair Adventure: Issue 95

Armchair Adventure: Issue 95

Armchair Adventure New School Guide to Northern California Whitewater by Dan Menten Menten’s new guide book has been in the works for over eight years. It includes 135 run descriptions, GIS-generated precision maps, fun stories, and photos. Menten has run all but...
California Whitewater

California Whitewater

 By Haven Livingston Dan Menten on Yager Creek (Phil Boyer). California is flowing with water – whitewater paddlers rejoice! Now the big question is: what should you paddle this spring and summer? We caught up with three experts to help answer this all-important...
A River Runs Through It

A River Runs Through It

Balancing access and conservation in an urban environment By Leonie Sherman Permitted paddlers access the San Lorenzo River for the first time at an event hosted by the City of Santa Cruz and Coastal Watershed Council (Laurie Egan/CWC). It can take years to get a stop...
Mountain Monday: Trinity River Adventure

Mountain Monday: Trinity River Adventure

A weekend on the river moves time only as fast as its current By Meggan Wenbourne Yours truly, descending Hell Hole (Serendipity Snapshots). A couple weeks back, my partner and I found ourselves driving through the night from Santa Cruz to Big Flat in the...
The Dying Game: High Fives Foundation

The Dying Game: High Fives Foundation

Extreme is not worth it By Tim Hauserman High Fives athlete Steve Wallace adaptive surfing at High Fives annual surf camp. Photo: Trevor Clark. In the April issue of Adventure Sports Journal, I wrote “The Dying Game,” a look at an effort underway in the...
The Rivers K

The Rivers K

Steeped in history, the Kings, Kaweah and Kern Rivers offer burly whitewater for serious kayakers By Haven Livingston Phil Boyer braces for the punch on V-Slide rapid, Middle Kaweah (Seth Dow). As a healthy snowpack begins to pour from the mountains, southern Sierra...
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