Readers’ Picks: C&K’S Top 10 Stories of 2017 – A rundown of your favorite stories from the past year

With the calendar about to turn over into 2018, it’s that time again to track down the most popular stories of the past 12 months. A holiday deep dive into our analytics reveals the viral click-bait, stories, and photo features you couldn’t get enough of. #10 Wrong Canoe, Right Stuff A pair of German tourists

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2017 Freestyle World Championships – Jackson siblings’ reign of dominance in K-1 comes to an end as new world champions rise

Big air, huge moves, electrifying rides, record-breaking performances, and surprising upsets mark another exciting championships.

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On the NFCT with filmmaker Brad Tallent – Coming Soon: A video guide to the Northeast’s classic long-distance canoe route

After sea kayaking from Nova Scotia to New Orleans in 2013 and following canoeist Dale Sanders on his 2015 bid to become the oldest person to paddle the length of the Mississippi River, filmmakers Brad Tallent and Austin Graham sought wilder waterways in 2017. The co-founders of Adventureitus Productions, along with their partners, Megan Tallent

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The Grand Canyon, Solo – David Roberts explains the preparation and planning behind a 16-day solo R-1 rafting trip down the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River has seen a few innovative river trips recently, but few have gone viral like the solo “R-1” trip of David Roberts in September 2017. With over 150,000 views you’ve probably seen the video. If not, take a few minutes to view it below. Here are the basics: a

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Video: Flying with a kayak – Globe trotting paddler Bren Orton shares his best tips for getting a creek boat on an aircraft.

Thinking about traveling to paddle this winter? Bren Orton, globe-trotting kayaker extraordinaire, knows the hardest part of any international paddling trip isn’t the whitewater, it’s getting your cumbersome piece of floating plastic onto a commercial airplane. Bren has been kind enough to share his wisdom about oversized baggage on his youtube channel Senders. Liked this

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