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  1. Whitewater Kayaking
    Hi Buzzards, I'm looking for advice on international paddling. I've been mulling over the following: Chile- looks like it has great variety from steep creeks to big water and everything in between. I've heard accommodations are great, it's relatively easy to get a modern creeker, the only...
  2. Whitewater Kayaking
    Headed down to Big Bend for a canoe/kayak trip in Santa Elena Canyon soon. I know the official rule is that you are not supposed to be on the Mexico side to hike or camp with some few exceptions for scouting rapids. Do private boaters obey this rule? Is this rule enforced?
  3. Commercial Posts
    First Ascent Kayakers Ben Stookesberry and Chris Korbulic are gearing up for another expedition to the west coast of Northern Mexico. The area is blessed with topography similar to the Grand Canyon, but recently plagued by reports of "narcotraficantes" in the states of Sinaloa and Durango. The...
  4. Commercial Posts
    Check out this series of stories from First Ascent kayaker Jesse Coombs about last Fall's expedition to the deepest canyon in North America, the Barranca de Piaxtla in Mexico. This is just a taste of the year's expeditions so keep an eye out for upcoming trips and posts. This Fall and winter are...
  5. Commercial Posts
    Here's a review that Aaron Koch wrote. He's down in Mexico right now probably chillin' in his skeeter beeter somewhere. The Grand Trunk Skeeter Beeter Review By Aaron koch | Colorado Kayak Supply Blog
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