kayak

  By Brian E. Clark One hundred and twenty four days through an arduous, 4,000-mile paddle down the Amazon River, Darcy Gaechter was losing it. Frustrated by the slow pace, she slapped her kayak paddle at a plastic jug floating nearby, screamed in rage, lost her balance and tumbled into the muddy

By Eleanor Berman Five hundred forty seven photos later, I’m home from Alaska, still marveling at the stupendous scenery that greeted us every single day. There are many mighty mountains of course, but the combination of sea and snow-capped peaks, the glaciers, the wildlife and the vast green virginal spaces

By Everett Potter The mania for stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) shows no sign of abating, but now Perception, a long-time maker of well-designed sea kayaks and whitewater kayaks, has come along with a rather cool hybrid. It called the Hi Life 11.0 and it is part SUP, part kayak. The idea