Kayaking

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For the river runners among us. Those who feign to fear the rolling thunder of whitewater.

Russell Henry, a kayaking explorer from Victoria, British Columbia, has just embarked on an 800-kilometre expedition from Prince Rupert to Skagway, Alaska. Stephanie Brown reports. May…

Two Victoria, British Columbia, brothers tackle a continent-to-continent kayaking adventure, from the amazon to the edge of North America. Darren Davidson shares their story. Exhausted…

A dude-turned-dad reflects upon his unexpected urban existence in the Emerald City and finds a silver lining around the crowd. These days I lead two lives….

It was a Cascadian kayaking feat that will never be repeated. How a mad mountain scientist and one seriously sick spaniard unlocked keyhole falls for…

Hilarious tag team of the infamous drainage ditch near Lions Bay, between Vancouver and Squamish. Rush Sturges and Ben Marr get loose.

Twenty-three-year-old Washington kayaker Sam Grafton is not your usual extreme athlete. Balancing working as an ER tech, volunteering as a firefighter and paddling the biggest…

This #playwiththebest campaign by Telus is doing a great job of showing the west coast. Love this one of kayaker Ric Moxon.

Thanks to Canoe and Kayak, and Conor Mihell for the interview. – ed Victoria, B.C.-based brothers Russell and Graham Henry caught our attention last spring…

DCP’s Surf/Snowboard Segment (from INTO THE MIND) from Sherpas Cinema on Vimeo. Check out Sherpas Cinema’s DCP’s Surf/Snowboard Segment (from Into the Mind), a visual…

The Teck Rossland Mountain Film Festival is set to celebrate its 14th year of existence this November, the annual festival running from Wednesday the 13th…

Check out this unreal spread for our Summer Gallery. Both shots are from the one and only, Ryan Creary.

What do you get when you cross three yahoos (two of them a couple of the Kootenays’ finest mountain media playas) the Rockies’ most famous…

Yes indeedy do…it’s that time of year again. The ol’ KMC rotary phone has been ringing off the hook for the past few weeks with…

We here at KMC had the opportunity to run the Salmo River just south of Nelson BC yesterday morning. We ventured into the cool, rushing…

“Lucky 13” by Castlegar’s Dainty Deathy Productions, is a seriously gnarly adventure into the creekboating opportunities inherent to the West Kootenays. Big waterfalls, dark holes…