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New Documentary “7 Generations” Joins the Battle to Protect Public Lands

Outdoor filmmakers Tom Deschenes and Andrew Bydlon have taken to Kickstarter to help push the completion of their new documentary, 7 Generations. The documentary will...

Race to Alaska Organizers Shift Gears

The premise of Race to Alaska (R2AK) is quite simple; get you and your watercraft of choice 750 miles from Port Townsend, WA to...

Dane Jackson Wins Freestyle, Creek Race at GoPro Mountain Games; Nouria Newman Picks Up Third Win on Homestake; Emily Jackson Nabs Record 10th Freestyle...

Hat tricks aren't just for hockey. Just ask kayakers Dane Jackson and Nouria Newman, who each notched their third win in the Coors Light...

Grand Gets CFS Boost from Experimental Release

Okay, we’ve all heard enough about the shut-down in the Grand Canyon. Now let’s hear it for a little opening up…of the flood gates. While not quite at Kenton Grua’s 70,000 cfs level when he set the record speed descent run as documented in Kevin Fedarko’s acclaimed The Emerald Mile, river runners reveled in a nearly 37,000-cfs experimental release in mid-November, bringing monstrosities like Lava, Crystal Hermit and more roaring to life…

USA Canoe/Kayak Accepting Nominations for Havens Leadership Award

The Havens award recognizes practices that best serve the success of USA Canoe/Kayak by improving performance, creating efficiencies and enhancing quality within the sport.

Lake Titicaca Circumnavigation Completed in 38 Days

Belgian sea kayaker Louis-Philippe Loncke recently completed a unique tour of the coastline of South America's largest freshwater lake.

KEEN Launches KEEN Effect Grant

Keen to get outdoors and help the environment? KEEN Footwear makes it easier by unveiling The KEEN Effect a, fan-activated grants program designed to support non-profits fueling people’s passion for protecting the environment and promoting responsible outdoor participation...

Keller Claims 3rd Green Race Crown; Wins for First Time in Five Years

Pat Keller put in his time this go-around to help make sure he’d win his third, coveted stained glass trophy for the 17th annual Green River Narrows Race. Keller bested the field with a time of 4:14, four seconds ahead of runner-up Dane Jackson. PL checks in with Keller to see what got him the glass…

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