Published on mai 9th, 2017 | by Kayak Session
Kayak Session #62 – SUMMER 2017
OUT MAY 15th
ZOOM IN: CATARACTS OF THE KERN
After five years of drought, water has returned to the Cataracts of the Kern in a big way. Kernville local Evan Moore has waited years for his chance to run the Cataracts at high water, bringing a long-forgotten run back to life.
Everyone has heard about the next generation of paddlers — how they are young, wild, free, and trying to progress the sport. What makes Torryd different? We caught up with Edward Muggridge, Knox Hammack, and Trent McCrerey to hear their take on kayaking, the value of community in the era of social media, and what inspires them to chase and film their dreams.
The so-called Grand Canyon of the Andes, the Marañón River offers the potential for a multi-day self support through its upper canyons, or a raft-support cruise on the lower half. Jakub Sedivy and Pavlina Zasterova give reasons to explore both.
FEATURE: A PLACE CALLED FUTALEUFÙ
Mariann Saether explores the Chilean conundrum of wanting to protect and preserve rivers that have been privatized for profit through the lens of the Futaleufú River.
Kalob Grady joins team Boof Hawaii as they return to America’s island paradise in search of waterfalls and redemption. The tale he tells is one of patience, and the goods that come to those who wait.