Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 04, 2021
Watch in awe as Spanish kayaker Aniol Serrasolses descends more than 25 kilometers by kayak from Chile's snowy Volcano summit in the Araucanía region, through a forest culminating into a lake where he also manages to pull off the world’s first world’s first double kickflip on a kayak!
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 14, 2021
To enjoy the sport of paddling we want to use less energy, stay out longer, maybe go faster, not be sore. To reach those goals we need to work on the most important stroke of all, we need an efficient Forward Stroke.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Feb 28, 2021
 
Type: Media
Date Posted: Feb 15, 2021
In this photo workshop Ange gives you a raw glimpse into the world behind the lens of an Arc’teryx photo shoot as her and ski athlete Greg Hill tackle real weather conditions to make the magic happen while on location in Rogers Pass, British Columbia.
Type: Event
Date Posted: Nov 25, 2020
We encourage you to register for the upcoming conference and book your hotel accommodations. Please hold off on organizing your airfare at this time. WMS Staff will be in close contact as the conference approaches to advise you on airfare and COVID-19 Protocols.
Type: Article
Date Posted: Nov 25, 2020
Activities in the outdoor and austere environments often involve exposure to bodies of water. With this exposure, especially if by way of water sports and recreation, comes the risk of drowning.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Nov 22, 2020
 
Type: Media
Date Posted: Nov 15, 2020
On May 24th, 1869, the ten men of the Colorado River Exploring Expedition stood at the banks of the Green River in Wyoming prepared to enter into a region of the United States known only as “unexplored territory.” The expedition was to enter into the “Great Unknown,” take scientific measurements,
Type: Media
Date Posted: Nov 01, 2020
There’s a subculture of kayaking known by few and understood by fewer. The paddlers don diving goggles and neoprene and slide into thin, uncomfortable boats not meant to float but designed to sink. Below the waterline, their goal is to stay underwater as long as they can.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Oct 04, 2020
For decades, the Potomac River was the dumping ground for industrial sludge and pollution that turned the once majestic river into a toxic wasteland. But the Clean Water Act of 1972 combined with years of work by environmentalists has helped clean up the water and bring it back to life.