Lean In! Keeping your boat on the correct edge throughout whitewater maneuvers is one of the most important skills you can learn as a kayaker. For many novice and intermediate kayakers, it is often the most difficult skill to learn as well.
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So you took your first whitewater lesson, you were in enthralled, excited, enthused maybe even in love. And then, before you even realized, it was over. Slightly heartbroken but still determined to somehow continue your relationship with whitewater, you wished for the “e-harmony” of the paddling world (only without the creepiness of finding true love via internet).
While we were camping on the lake, my cousin celebrated her 6th birthday. Her parents got her a kayak for her birthday and she was really excited to use it. After putting on our PFDs and getting the boats down to the water, we hopped in and started paddling.
The gauge on AW was showing the Pemi around 600 cfs which is a pretty fun level for the park and play hole at the takeout. With a free day and a great level, I made plans to meet a friend at the play hole for the afternoon. Unfortunately when we arrived, the river was running at over 1000 cfs and the hole had washed out.
If you're curious about whitewater kayaking, this is the best weekend of the summer to give it a try! These playful whitewater kayaks are a blast, and we're ready to give you the foundation of skills in a comfortable and supportive learning environment. Click Here
Every year, for one day, we get to one of Vermont’s hidden gems - the West River. The West River is a perfect mix of adventure and leisure - it has a little bit more adventure than the Zoar Gap and is a little mellower than the Dryway.