Tag: WhiteWater

More people, more paddling, more often.

The Tana River Festival; Community Kayaking

The Tana river is the longest river in Kenya. Starting from the Aberdare mountain region and flowing all the way to Malindi where it enters the Indian Ocean. Near the town of Sagana, an adventure company, Savage Wilderness, makes the most of a 8km section of the river for Rafting, Kayaking, SUP and other water…
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In the Spotlight: Deborah Pinniger

How do we introduce someone who has done so much? Debs is the former world champion, twice, has penned several books on paddling, is an extremely accomplished photographer and is currently completing her PhD. Beyond all of this, Debs is endlessly inquisitive and has paddled all around the globe, bringing back countless tales of triumph…
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In the Spotlight: Bren Orton

We are absolutely stoked that this week’s spotlight paddler is British white water afficionado and infectionusly enthusiastic Bren Orton. Bren has been all around the world doing what he loves and spends his days kayaking with some of the best paddlers in the sport. Recently, Bren toured the UK, getting on the water with loads…
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In the Spotlight: Anup Gurung

Moose met Anup Gurung back in 2018 in Nepal where the two found themselves elbow to elbow racing downriver in the Modi Express series. Anup heads up the Nepal Kayak Club who organise the race series, now heading into its fourth year, as a way of bringing together international kayakers, and drawing attention to the…
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The Tana; Heroes and Hippos

None of us ever thought that day would bring what it did, the dark murky water of the Tana beneath our boats would give us an experience that would change our lives… I was joined that day by one of the local Kenyan paddlers, Wilson. We had paddled the 7 km section leading back to…
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