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Places to Kayak in Virginia

Virginia is home to diverse kayaking opportunities, from secluded mountain streams to the open coast. Beginners can find plenty of...

How to Select a Good Whitewater Kayak Paddle

Attacking a set of Class III or higher rapids with subpar gear can result in more thrills than you first bargained for. On the wat...

Kayak for Beginners

If you enjoy spending time on the water without the racket of a motor or the hassle of a sail, then kayaking might be right for yo...

Best Places to Kayak in Connecticut

From tumbling mountain rivers to the secluded islands of Long Island Sound, Connecticut provides a wide variety of opportunities f...

Kayaking at Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone

If whitewater thrills are high on your priority list and you have honed expert-level skills, you can enjoy a single or multi-day j...

Loon 160T Tandem Kayak by Old Town Review

The Loon 160T Tandem Kayak by Old Town is a two person kayak that can convert to a one person kayak. You can either slide the fron...

How to Anchor a Kayak

When kayak fishing or if you just want to rest when out for a paddle, an anchor is a useful tool. The typical anchor setup consist...

The Best Sunglasses for Kayaking

Taking a kayaking trip out onto a placid lake or through a white-knuckle, whitewater course can put a substantial strain on your e...

Best Kayaking Spots in Massachusetts

With hundreds of lakes and streams and nearly 200 miles of coastline, Massachusetts is a paddler's paradise. Kayak enthusiasts can...

Best Kayaking in Northern Georgia

From tumbling streams to vast reservoirs, Northern Georgia offers a wide range of kayaking options, to the point that choosing the...
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