Type: Media
Date Posted: Nov 21, 2021
Middle kings is about as all time a run can get. You gotta be willing to put in the work to get there but it’s one of the most epic places that’s out there. Not only is the hike one of the most amazing places I have been to, but then the river itself is also all time.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Nov 21, 2021
Established in 1893, Keewaydin is one of the oldest operating summer camps in North America.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Nov 07, 2021
With six scheduled releases through the end of summer, the Raquette River is something Tony looks forward to throughout the year. Even better, he’s got a crew of friends guaranteed to be on the water.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Nov 07, 2021
We are excited to introduce you to Tatiana Butte, a Leadership Program graduate and Outdoor Equity Advocate at Outdoor Outreach.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Oct 31, 2021
“[Paddling] allows me to cope with life. Life is stressful. Being Black in America is really stressful. Having a place where I can just know that I can relax is like nothing other.” For Tito Onyekweli that place is on the river.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Oct 18, 2021
“What I think is really cool about having this whitewater park right next to me is that I can get a text message update that the dam is going to release 9,000 CFS or 14,000 CFS, and if I’m sitting in class I can just see that and be like, ‘Ohp, kayaking sounds better than accounting.” Bribed with
Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 19, 2021
On the hunt for tidal waves and waterfalls, Brendan Wells joins a childhood friend and Coast Guard Captain for a multi-sport adventure. With a 26-foot ocean boat as their base camp and a quiver of kayaks and SUP boards, the crew cruises Prince William Sound.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 19, 2021
Paddling trips create incredible memories of outdoor adventures with friends and family. Unfortunately, most paddling trips don't end with those memories captured on video, because filming on the water can be tricky and expensive if you drop your gear in the water.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 19, 2021
From the raw videos and footage, you might think kayak expeditions are all send it and hope for the best. But in this episode of FLOWSTATE, the crew shares what it takes to pick apart each section of the Killey River. Glacial runoff and rains make paddling the Killey unpredictable.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Sep 06, 2021
Everyone loves a good redemption story. Last year, the crew set out to paddle the Tiekel River, but the whitewater kayaking expedition quickly turned into a kayak-packing trip as they basically portaged the entire run.