The ﬁrst morning we rolled into The Valley we unloaded the kayaks and hit the trail for Mirror Lake (pets are allowed!). It was high trafﬁc - and people lost their minds when they saw that we were packing a feline friend. People have a hard time getting over a cat on a leash.View full article →
Sweaty. Dirty. Happy. Late nights, early mornings, lots of talks, walks and time on the water. An adventure filled weekend getaway in Kirkwood, CA with a bunch of other like-minded ladies. It couldn’t be more perfect.View full article →
Picking your next travel destination is never an easy task when there's what seems to be an infinite number of places that are worth checking off your list. Sometimes, though, you can't resist going back somewhere to explore a little bit further than the first time.View full article →
Years before I moved to Wyoming, I read about Shoshone Lake and what it takes to get out there by boat. It’s a backcountry boating trip that many say is one of the best boating excursions in the U.S. Located inside Yellowstone, the first national park established in the U.S., Shoshone Lake has a rich history and was visited by some of the first settlers in the region in the early 1800’s.View full article →
Some things are bigger than individual brands and more important than sales.
We want to give our sincere thanks and support to Water Sports Foundation Inc. and Canoe & Kayak Magazine for taking the time and investing the resources to create the following handbook on paddling safety.
We encourage everyone to read through these important safety tips and to head the advice laid out within them.View full article →