Tag Archives: Whitewater

March 28

Winter Downriver Racing Series

As the Winter comes to a close, so does the Winter series of whitewater races across the southeast. Each of the events wouldn’t be possible without the dedication and support of the host organizations that invest countless hours in the pursuit of delivering these massively successful events. They are a tribute to the health of […]

December 01

Ecuador Whitewater Adventures

After just one week exploring the whitewater rivers of Ecuador, I have come to the realization that I have barely scratched the surface of this incredible whitewater paradise, making a return trip inevitable.

October 06


Werner has led the paddlesports industry with legendary paddles for 50 years. They’ve repeatedly set a high bar and now raise that bar again with a race inspired whitewater paddle called the Odachi.

January 18

Chattooga Choo Choo

The Chattooga River just celebrated its 40th anniversary of it’s protection thru the Wild and Scenic act. This river deserves our continued protection as one of the south-easts great whitewater runs, so what better way to celebrate this beautiful gorge than line up with 50 of your best friends and paddle as fast as you […]

November 08

Solo thru the Grand Canyon

Paddling thru the Grand Canyon was always on my radar but I was in no hurry. I figured it was something I’d do later in life. But a 2010 invitation from a great group of friends changed that. That initial trip was 16 days of paddling, eating well, hiking and camaraderie but more than anything, […]