Below: Source of the SlateRiver, photo by Adam Goshorn Below: Adam Goshorn OBJ Rock Sledding, photo by Matt Jones Flashback to June 2013… I was in my last week of work before a much needed and much anticipated two-week paddling trip to California. Despite the fact that California was experiencing another low water year, my …
Monthly Archive: January 2014
Myself (Ric Moxon), Maxi Kniewasser, Si Rutherford, Brian Fletcher and Steve Arns headed out to Nepal this fall to see what the land of the Himilayas had to offer. It did not fail to impress, endless read and run class 4+ with plenty of class 5 sprinkled on top! Perfect. For the first 4 weeks …
There she is – Above = New 3rd Gen Burn….. Below = Well-loved 2nd Gen Burn I paddled Pyranha’s 2nd edition Burn for years and loved it. It was my go-to kayak and I didn’t ever want to try anything else. So, when I heard Pyranha was re-vamping my beloved Burn, I was …
I’ve been in New Zealand for over two months now, and time is flying here. It’s nice and warm, super beautiful, there’s paddling every day and long days working and paddling keep you so busy! I flew mid november straight into Queenstown, where I met up with Dylan, JV, Shannon, Willz and Brendan. We paddled …
It is coming up on two months that I have been traveling around Chile and what an unbelievable experience to say the least. Since watching the first Demshitz videos of Chile, it has always been a dream of mine to visit this magnificent land of waterfalls and Chile is just that… magnificent. While the …
Here and there we are going to start putting together short stories about what makes kayaking in China never boring. Enjoy Ch 1!
Hi friends, 2013 has come and gone. With the new year here, it is always fun to look back at the past 12 months and remember the good times on the river. This past season was once again a great sone. It was less quantity, but more quality. The spring and summer saw me mostly …