ON THE COVER: A kayaker plays in the back eddies under the Deception Pass Bridge on Whidbey Island in Washington State. Photo by: Al Bergstein
The Ikkatsu Project: The debris swept from the coast of Japan by a tsunami in 2011 is now making landfall on remote Washington beaches. Three kayakers who documented the fragments of broken buildings and shattered lives are helping measure the environmental impact and understand immense ocean gyres.
by Ken Campbell
A “Trashpedition”: With a canoe as a garbage barge, a trio of concerned Columbia River kayakers chip away at a monumental problem, one piece of trash at a time.
by Jason Self
Paddling to independence: High school students with physical and intellectual disabilities embark on a life-changing expedition.
by Mary Kurt-Mason
Remembrance: Derek Hutchinson - Artist, adventurer, author
by Wayne Horodowich
Kayak Reviews: Raven by Eddyline; S18S by Stellar
Safety: When it all goes wrong - An instructor reflects on a class that suddenly turned life-threatening
by Sean Morley
Technique: The Hand of Pavia by Dan Segal
- A Nimbus paddle made from basalt fibers, review by Christopher Cunningham
- ATC Chameleon, by Oregon Scientific, Point of view camera with two lenses
review by Gary Luhm
Three video samples here!