Published on juin 13th, 2017 | by Paddleworld
PADDLE WORLD ISSUE #12 – 2016
An annual special issue dedicated to all paddlesports: sea kayaking, canoeing, recreational paddling, lake touring, kayak fishing, family paddling and beginners. Focused on the visual aspect the sport, Paddle World brings high quality photography, thoughtful articles and very creative lay out. Essential reading for all paddlers worldwide.
TABLE OF CONTENT:
KAYAK FISHING – MEETS EXPLORATION PADDLING
James McBeath of Jackson Kayaks takes a look at how fishing from a kayak is not just a way to get closer to the fish, but is also means to add more adventure and exploration to the sport.
How far you can push yourself in 24 hours of non-stop paddling? Endurance canoe racing events give paddlers the chance to test their skills in different climates and river conditions all over the world. For the Algonquin Outfitters Muskoka River X Race, this means following in the footsteps of early voyagers and seeing Canada as the explorers did – from the water.
Just two hours east of Phoenix, Arizona, the Salt River winds through the sparsely populated canyon country of the Southwestern US. Over 50 fabulous miles of spectacular scenery and remote campsites make this river a paddling paradise and a bucket-list descent for whitewater paddlers of all abilities.
With careful planning, and their eye on the forecast, Hao Qian and Björn Nehrhoff von Holderberg put the wind at their backs as they explore the south coast of Sweden. Sea kayaking from island to island the couple paddle the calm, sheltered bays and the cold Baltic Sea, discovering the hidden gems that make up the archipelago.