Last fall, Ben Hawthorne and I rallied from the Seattle/Tacoma area to the promised land: British Columbia. Over the course of three days we were able to paddle Tatlow creek twice and the Box Canyon of the Ashlu twice. I had the pleasure of meeting and paddling with Leif Embertson, Don and Darcy of Small… View Article
Pineview Falls at a nice juicy flow “47 foot snow drift reported by crew clearing Longdraw Road! We’ve requested pictures…” Quadruple overhead. “That’s a damn BIG wall of snow isn’t it? It’s the end of May right?” Summertime on Cameron Pass – photo Frenchy Near the top of Cameron Pass the snow wasn’t just still… View Article
When things start to reach the out of control range on Steamboat’s Upper Fish Creek we look to the more manageable gradient of lower. Lower Fish is a blast! The following video contains some super high water footage. The flows were around 1600 to 1700 cfs aprox. 3.7 on the guage. Its a nonstop roller… View Article
Written by Kyle McCutchen. Photos by Kyle McCutchen and Tina Swan. I have a confession to make. I can’t kick the habit of owning a Pyranha Fusion for river touring. I started off by innocently dabbling with some remote class III here and there, and before I realized my addiction had taken hold I was… View Article
Fish Creek is the RCRE’s training ground. It’s where all the Steamboater’s head after work for an adrenaline boost. Fish is a nonstop roller coaster ride from top to bottom. Individually the rapids are not super technical and their is no serious vert to drop but this creek teaches you to be a good boater…. View Article
This is the sweet video that Chris Gragtmans made of our Homathko trip. One of the best missions ever! Enjoy.
Having done a number of southern hemisphere paddling trips over the years I was looking for something different to do this fall and winter in the off season. The opportunity arose unexpectedly when a good friend invited us on multi-day self support trip in Baja. Everything sounded great, warm sun, great group of friends, not… View Article
Got to head down to the southeast to visit my brother this past weekend, it worked out perfectly with rain and I got to paddle some of the best runs in the southeast including the raven fork, the west prong and bear creek all in a three day period. Enjoy the video!
I have learned over the years that when you go on kayaking trips by yourself you can never be too sure what to expect. I first met Cooper Lambla in Cusco Peru following a week of rolling solo through the heart of the Peruvian Andes. We barely knew each other for thirty minutes and we already… View Article
To close the trifecta of why kayaking is fun, let us not forget about river trips. Waking up next to the river, floating for a few miles, seeing new places, and making camp again all amongst good friends might be on of the best parts of our sport. In that vein, I thought I would… View Article