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A Tale of Two Gorges: The Tennessee River Gorge and The Columbia River Gorge

Paddler's Paradises: The Tennessee River and Columbia River Gorges
Paddler's Paradises: Tennessee River and Columbia River Gorges Not all river gorges are made alike. Some are narrow, snake through the mountains in a elegant, sinuous fashion, while other are wide, deep, and less curvy and can look as rough as the ocean. Two of them, at...

SUP Camping 101

Standup Paddle Camping Basics Most people are at least somewhat familiar with kayak touring...using a longer kayak with water tight hatches to stow gear to essentially camp out of. But  a lot of folks don't realize you can tour with your paddleboard as well...with some...

Sup Racing in Patagonia

SUP Racing Patagonia Style
SUP Racing Patagonia Style My first trip to Patagonia happened when I had no capacity to retain any mental photos or experiences, I was two. Took me 25 years to go back and it happened by chance. In 2013, I went to Cordoba, a province...

Paddling in Argentina: Racing and Rediscovering Home

Paddling in Argentina
Paddling in Argentina While paddleboarding hasn’t established a firm presence on the delta of Buenos Aires yet, kayaking, rowing and canoeing are most popular in Tigre. On weekends, the smaller creeks are like avenues at rush hour in any downtown city. Paddlers, jet skis, motorboats,...

Travelogue: The Eastern Seaboard from NYC to NC

Paddling South from NYC
Paddling South from NYC Thought I could start to lay out what I know of other places in the North East besides New York City, although I could write about the NYC waters in depth, and I will once we get our paddles wet on...

New York City: Adventure Begins at the Water’s Edge

When you think of paddling destinations, New York City is probably not even on the radar. Not many think of Manhattan as an island or consider an outdoorsy lifestyle in the city. The city and nature are as separate as they can be here,...

Oh, oh Mexico!: Take a trip with the Mullet and the 100/100 Challenge

It's cold. It's freezing in much of the US.  Wouldn't a tropical break be nice? Allow us to suggest an awesome break on the Pacific side of Mexico with the  Wave of Wellness crew.  Just read this - dare you to say you don't...

Winter Dreaming: Bucket List Races and Paddle Places

Now is the time of year when we start thinking about next year's races, or maybe as the realities of winter for most of the nation start to settle in, we dream a bit of those warm places we've always wanted to paddle -...

ChattaTravel: Creature Comforts to Help Make it to Race Day

Editor’s Note: This is part of a Distressed Mullet series on on Chattajack Prep.  I've had the good fortune to attend a lot of races this year and I have had some hits and misses when it comes to mastering the Art of Travel getting to...

430 Miles Down the Wisconsin River to tell a “Good News Story”

Jesse Hieb Wisconsin River
When I talked via smartphone to Jesse Hieb, he had only been off the Wisconsin River for about an hour or so, after a full day of paddling 32 miles. It was his second day on the water and he was trying to make...

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