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Enrredadera mission Last winter Rok and I spent 2 months kayaking around Chile. We paddled 21 different rivers and each one was something special. But there was one which I remember the most. It's a tributary to Futaleufu and people call it...

Poutine, Plugging and Porcupines: A Canadian Roadtrip Soon after moving to Washington DC, I found myself in a bar with Erin Savage and Margaret Williams getting fired up about the idea of a Magpie River Expedition. Having just accepted my first desk...

Balkan Rivers Days - 72 hours for Rivers The shortest way to explain what was going on from September 24 th - 27 th in Serbia is to describe it as Unconventional gathering of River lovers. Imagine 120 River conservationists from 18 countries hanging...

Women’s Green River Takeover 2015 by Laura Farrell Two weeks ago, 56 women came together for a single mission: to have a great day on the Green River! It was the second annual Green River Takeover, an event created to bring together the female...

By Kim Russell Adventuring into the world of whitewater kayaking can be a dangerous undertaking and requires all safety precautions to be accounted for. Because of this, it is very important to carry specific safety items incase a boat gets pinned,...

Doing good things takes lots of time and effort, much more than I thought before; this is why it took so long for my first AT blog to appear. Anyhow, I honestly believe it is well worth... This spring we got engaged into something I wished for since...

Creek boating involves subtle movements and techniques. Although the result consists of flying over rocks and falling off waterfalls, the ingredients are sound techniques that accumulate to create a dynamic experience. The technique that I will try...

It was a big and scary change for me- I went from traveling the world guiding trips and living in the small mountain town of Bryson City, NC to working in an office and living in the big city. I am happy to report that the move has been great so far...

By: Anna Bruno It is no wonder that AT named their new Advanced Series Whitewater line of paddles after heroes and legends. In the past few months, I have taken the Hercules blade creeking, river running, hole-boating, bigwater playboating on the...

The Upper Jondachi is considered Ecuador's most classic steep creek. It's 6 miles of class 4-5 creeking through a lush jungle gorge. In addition to the Upper, there are Middle and Lower sections of the Jondachi with equally, if not more beautiful,...

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