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CANOECOPIA SPOTLIGHT: WILLAMETTE RIVERKEEPER - Oregon organization outlines the approachable 187-mile Willamette River Water Trail, running from Eugene to Portland

Willamette Riverkeeper Executive Director Travis Williams outlines the attributes of the Willamette River Water Trail, which runs 187 miles up western Oregon to the Columbia River. With a temperate climate and a mellow, meandering route from Eugene to Portland, the Oregon river trail offers all levels of paddlers with an approachable, family-friendly river section perfect for stretching trips into multiple days. The post CANOECOPIA SPOTLIGHT: WILLAMETTE RIVERKEEPER appeared first on Canoe & ...


2019 U.S. Freestyle Team Trials - Results and photos from an action-packed and tricky highwater day at back-up location NOC

An action-packed and tricky high-water day of freestyle competition at the Nantahala Outdoor Center sets up this summers world championships. The post 2019 U.S. Freestyle Team Trials appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


CANOECOPIA SPOTLIGHT: KOKOPELLI PACKRAFT RECON - Colorado manufacturer announces new self-bailing, whitewater-ready packraft with new expedition accessories

Kokopelli Packraft Co-founder/CEO Kelley Smith runs through the Colorado companys new 2019 Recon packraft ($900), which features a rugged PVC layup and a self-bailing floor. The reinforced outer skin means a slightly heavier carrying weight of 18.5 pounds, but the Recon’s durability and integrated seat with three-point thigh strap system means you can tackle bonier, The post CANOECOPIA SPOTLIGHT: KOKOPELLI PACKRAFT RECON appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


Why the Dingell Act Matters - The recent S.47 public lands bill includes protections in Utah, Oregon, and the Northeast, adding over 600 miles to the Wild & Scenic Rivers system, with other streams protected by wilderness and conservation areas

On March 12, the John D. Dingell, Jr. Conservation, Management, and Recreation Act was signed into law by President Trump after receiving bipartisan support in both the House and Senate. The omnibus legislative package combined over 100 individual bills and includes a wide variety of provisions regarding public lands. The Dingell Act designates over 600 The post Why the Dingell Act Matters appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


Google Earth for Paddlers - Turn your favorite procrastination app into a trip-planning tool

Like so many paddlers residing in northern climates, skiing, snowshoeing and winter camping only goes so far in getting me through the cold-weather months. Map-watching is one of my favorite off-season pastimes—that is sleuthing out potential canoe routes, coastlines and whitewater rivers, and using contour lines, archipelagos and creative intuition to imagine what these places The post Google Earth for Paddlers appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...


Exploring the rare delights of Southeast Utah’s Muddy Creek - Muddy thoughts on a springtime-run slot canyon favorite in San Rafael Swell that could return in 2019

Story: Claire Cripps // Photos: Braden Gunem The chances seemed slim. Discovering a car full of dead bodies and a million dollars slim. That latter scenario even seemed more likely than the near-impossible chances of floating Muddy Creek. Set in the remote and arid desert of southeast Utah, the location and timing conspired against any The post Exploring the rare delights of Southeast Utah’s Muddy Creek appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine. ...