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- Menasha Ridge Press 2003; US$ 16.95
Canoeing & Kayaking West Virginia is the definitive guide to whitewater in the Mountain State. More than 40 years after the initial printing, this book continues to bring paddlers the best of West Virginia's waters: from classics rivers, such as the Gauley, the New, and the Tygart, to steep creeks like North Fork of Blackwater and Meadow River.... more...
- Menasha Ridge Press 2005; US$ 17.95
Canoeing & Kayaking Georgia is the definitive guide to whitewater in the Peach State. It details the best of Georgia's streams with accurate descriptions and maps: from classics rivers, such as the Chattahoochee and Flint, to steep creeks like Overflow and Talking Rock. more...
- Menasha Ridge Press 2011; US$ 15.95
At-a-glance information for each river section helps paddlers determine the river that's right for them. Stream overviews, gauge and shuttle information, names of rapids and suggestions on how to run them, along with a little history, make this guide not only an interesting read, but a must for every boater hitting the Kentucky streams. more...
- Menasha Ridge Press 2006; US$ 5.95
Written by the American Canoe Association and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Introduction to Paddling is an easy-to-understand guide to flatwater and river paddling. Based on an earlier work by the Ohio DNR, Flat-water Paddler, this amply illustrated book tells beginning paddlers everything they need to know, from appropriate clothing... more...
- Texas A&M University Press 2012; US$ 28.00
Within about seventy-five miles of downtown Houston, some 1,500 miles of rivers, creeks, lakes, bayous, and bays await discovery. Canoeing and Kayaking Houston Waterways , by longtime paddler Natalie Wiest, is the perfect companion for anyone who wants to experience Houston?s well-watered landscape from the seat of a kayak or canoe. Before introducing... more...
- Pan Macmillan Australia 2013; US$ 20.85
In 2010, Stuart Trueman set out on a 16-month voyage to circumnavigate Australia by kayak. He wasn't the first person to complete the circumnavigation, or even the second ? but he was determined to make it a triumphant third. Stuart's adventure was to be done on a shoestring, with no support team and a powerful belief in the philosophy of Do-It-Yourself,... more...
- Patagonia Books 2013; US$ 9.95
In a tale remarkable for its quiet confidence and acute natural observation, the author of Paddling Hawaii begins with her decision, at age 60, to undertake a solo, summer-long voyage along the southeast coast of Alaska in an inflatable kayak. Paddling North is a compilation of Sutherland?s first two (of over 20) such annual trips and her day-by-day... more...
- McGraw-Hill 2005; US$ 24.95
The thrilling account of an extraordinary journey. in the tradition of Kon-Tiki. In 1996 a 9,500-year-old skeleton was found beside the Columbia River, galvanizing anthropologists with the possibility that prehistoric humans reached North America from Asia by crossing the ocean in small open boats. In this compelling narrative, world-class kayaker... more...
- University of Nebraska Press 2008; US$ 24.95
Kayaking Alone is a narrative of man and nature, one-on-one, but also of man and nature writ large. In the stories of the river guides and rangers, biologists and ranchers, American Indians and dam workers he meets along the way, the rich and complicated life of the river emerges in a striking, often painfully clear panorama. Through his journey, the... more...