250 episodes

Canoe, kayak, stand up paddleboard (SUP), raft, paddle, paddling, whitewater, tripping, and adventure. If any of those words mean anything to you, then this is the podcast for you. We discuss all paddlesports. News, interviews, and information from, about, and for the paddling community.

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    • 4.7 • 11 Ratings

Canoe, kayak, stand up paddleboard (SUP), raft, paddle, paddling, whitewater, tripping, and adventure. If any of those words mean anything to you, then this is the podcast for you. We discuss all paddlesports. News, interviews, and information from, about, and for the paddling community.

    Episode 250: ICF news; A glacial lake disappears; John is back in the Ozarks paddling

    Episode 250: ICF news; A glacial lake disappears; John is back in the Ozarks paddling

    Episode 250 ~November 26, 2020

    Podcast Info / Topics


    The International Canoe Federation is working on getting a sport into the 2024 Paris Olympics and also working on the 2021 SUP World Championships in Hungary
    300 foot deep Bear Glacier Lake in Alaska has disappeared, and this is not the first time
    John heads south to paddle the Gasconade and Niangua Rivers and has some good times and not so good times

    • 1 hr 35 min
    Episode 249: Water pollution and filters; Burt Reynolds Moustache; Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum exhibition Kajak!

    Episode 249: Water pollution and filters; Burt Reynolds Moustache; Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum exhibition Kajak!

    Episode 249 ~November 19, 2020

    Podcast Info / Topics


    Water pollution is a big problem. What effect do our water filters have on the water we paddle on?
    The Burt Reynolds Memorial River Run may have a new official drink, if anyone can make it
    The Peary-MacMillan Arctic Gallery has a new exhibition: Kajak! It is virtual and it is awesome!!

     

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 248: Moon River trip update; The Canadian Canoe Museum; Some paddling accessories

    Episode 248: Moon River trip update; The Canadian Canoe Museum; Some paddling accessories

    Episode 248 ~November 12, 2020

    Podcast Info / Topics


    Derek updates us on his canoe trip on the Moon River near Massasauga Provincial Park on Georgian Bay
    What is happening at the Canadian Canoe Museum and what is the latest on the new building
    Some paddling accessories that may (or may not) be on your wish list

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 247: Trips, kitesurfing idea, rowing your canoe; What is Punt boating

    Episode 247: Trips, kitesurfing idea, rowing your canoe; What is Punt boating

    Episode 247 ~November 5, 2020

    Podcast Info / Topics


    Derek and John talk about their upcoming paddling trips while Sean talks about his first experience with the new hot tent
    Google reveals a few things and makes Sean question kitesurfing kites and possibly turning your canoe into a rowboat
    Punt boating has been around since medieval times, but what is it?

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Episode 246: Trekking poles on paddling trips; Paddling the Current River in the Ozarks

    Episode 246: Trekking poles on paddling trips; Paddling the Current River in the Ozarks

    Episode 246 ~ October 29, 2020

    Podcast Info / Topics


    Most people take trekking poles when they are out hiking, but have you ever thought about taking them out on paddling trips? You might want to.
    John Van Barriger talks about his latest paddling trip down the Current River in the Ozarks.

    • 1 hr 28 min
    Episode 245: How are border closures affecting paddle sport athletes for training; A driving / paddling trip that hits 48 states

    Episode 245: How are border closures affecting paddle sport athletes for training; A driving / paddling trip that hits 48 states

    Episode 245 ~ October 22, 2020

    Podcast Info / Topics


    A lot of Canadian paddle sport athletes head to Florida to train over the winter. With the border being closed, how is this going to affect these athletes, especially since some are training for the Olympics
    What if there were a driving route that would allow you to get to 48 states and paddle a body of water in each state. Well, there is and we have it for you.

    • 1 hr 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Duane T ,

Engaging fun and good insight into the world of paddling

I recently started listening to this podcast. The two hosts are very personable and the guests are very interesting and knowledgeable. I am looking for as much in depth true experience through storytelling and examples as I can find. This is a great discovery. I’m working my way backwards through the episodes. The bonus is that they are up to date with what’s going on in the current times unlike many paddling podcasts. I’m from the Chicago area and they do touch on the Great Lakes quite a bit which is perfect for me.

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