Here are some photos from Eagle Creek, Oregon. The waterfall photos are from Punchbowl and Metlako Falls. I included some as well from the hike up and from the metal "stake" gauge we use right at the trail head. …Continue
I got super lucky last weekend when I went down to visit my brother in Knoxville, it rained. Living out in colorado makes you lazy in watching gauges and weather because the runs are pretty easy to predict when they will have water. The south east is a completely different experience, most of the time you have to wait until the morning your gonna paddle to know what is running. Anyway it was good that my brother lives down there and has it dialed, we got to run the west prong, the raven…Continue
Added by Tom Janney on January 28, 2012 at 8:49pm — No Comments
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Added by tao berman on January 24, 2012 at 2:41pm — No Comments
This is a post by Dagger team paddler Pat Keller from Asheville, NC and
"Fellow huckers! Allow me a moment to speak to you on a crucial point of the code. The level of excitement out there is so proud to see, so proud. That being said, with this excitement we must stay within our own…
Added by Dagger Marketing on January 24, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
It's been a solid 10 days of kayaking here in Cosa Rica the land of sunshine and amazing rivers. While there are numerous opportunities to paddle all over the country my favorite run so far has been the Rio Pacuare. The Pacuare has a long history of kayaking and rafting in Costa Rica with some of the first companies setting up operations in the early 80's. After spending several days running all the sections I can see why. First off the Pacuare has an amazing amount of whitewater that…Continue
Added by Andrew Holcombe on January 21, 2012 at 4:27pm — No Comments
Mexico’s Unknown Waters II
(First Decent Salto Atoyac)
Veracruz is one of the best and more popular states for kayaking in Mexico, It’s known by some of its famous rivers, like: the Alceseca, Xico, Jalacingo, etc…
This time we went…Continue
Added by Iker Beristain on January 11, 2012 at 12:32pm — No Comments
The season In Pucón was short and intense but by the time of 25 of desember I couldn't deal with It anymore... too much of the same everyday. I needed to hit the road and go south...
So we left together with Marcos, Mathias and Fede to Bariloche for some christmas bender & kayaking.
First day we…Continue
Added by Aniol Serrasolses on January 7, 2012 at 5:30pm — No Comments
As I sat in the college library distracting myself with a Google image search for “Alabama waterfalls,” I couldn’t believe my eyes. The photos depicted massive punchbowl amphitheatres, overhanging cliff walls, and deep emerald green plunge pools. What I was staring at seemed too good…Continue
Added by Dagger Marketing on January 5, 2012 at 2:41pm — No Comments
After a week of climbing mountains with my mom, it was time to move onto a sport that I have a little more experience with. So after returning to Quito from our Cotopoxi attempt, I headed to the airport to meet the most famous kayaking dentist in Kentucky, Clay Warren, for our week of kayaking and showing him around one of my favorite places in the world . My mom flew out the following morning and Clay and I headed to the Quijos River Valley and the town of Baeza to…Continue
Added by Laura Farrell on January 5, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
Check out the Episode 6 from Bomb Flow. The latest video mag release features some of the sickest runs all over Pucon, Chile. Sit back, relax and enjoy this one!
Added by Aniol Serrasolses on January 5, 2012 at 10:29am — No Comments
I have to say, if you're going to have to work during the holidays, being in Ecuador isn't the worst place in the world to be. I just returned home from a ten day trip guiding for Adventures by Disney in Ecuador, but before work started, I decided to make the most of my trip south by going two weeks early in search of adventure.
My adventure began with a mountaineering trip with my mom. Neither one of us had…Continue
Added by Laura Farrell on January 5, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments