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Trip Report – Advanced Canada Trip

September 12, 2013 by  
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August 3-10, 2013: (video of trip by Will Harris) An Advanced Canada Trip never quite turns out according to plans. This year, two weeks before departure, we had seven participants and a set itinerary. By the time we were all seated in the van and pointing Northward, we were down to four participants due to […]

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Instructor Highlight – Todd Henry

July 31, 2013 by  
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                        Todd Henry, “I’m awesome.”  More info coming soon.

LAKS Tshirts

June 3, 2013 by  
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Do you Lack adequate Tshirt coverage?  Want to show your friends what your boat looked like when it was getting surfed in that hole after you had already swum out? Liquid Adventures Tshirts are now available.  They are charcoal grey, 100% organic cotton and preshrunk.  There is a two color design on the front and […]

Instructor Bio- Jen Sass

May 31, 2013 by  
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Jennifer Sass In her own words I grew up on the Canadian prairies, probably among the flattest coldest places on the planet.  Cross-country skiing was my childhood sport. But, I always have loved all things water, woods, and wild places. When I moved to the DC region my son convinced me that we should take […]

Instructor Highlight – Eric Starr

March 15, 2013 by  
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  Eric Starr has been a kayak instructor working for Tom McEwan, owner of Liquid Adventures, for 18 yrs. Starr has traveled multiple continents seeking high adventure on many of the world’s premier whitewater rivers.  Starr began his kayaking career in 1987 and is known for his vibrant personality and professionalism on the water.   […]

What Makes a River Hard

February 13, 2013 by  
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There are moments in life where we make a seemingly simple decision, such as deciding to paddle your vacation in Mexico in mid-winter.  On the surface, this appears straightforward- escape the cold DC winter for a week, improve your skills, have a great time.  To others, it sounds a bit, well, terrifying.  A foreign country, […]

5th Annual Alseseca Race

January 16, 2013 by  
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 The fifth Alseseca River Kayak Race took place on Saturday January 12, 2013 in Atzalan County, Veracruz, Mexico. It was organized by Aventurec in collaboration with Liquid Adventures Kayak School, Atzalan County and the City of Tlapacoyan, Veracruz.  This was the fifth edition of the race put together with the joint objective of cleaning and […]

How Do You Know You are Ready to Take on a New River?

October 29, 2012 by  
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Whether it is the Upper Yough, the Lower Yough, or maybe even Great Falls, you just want to run a harder river, move up in the ranks of paddling, take on a bigger challenge, and stand out and be bold….  But are you prepared? And do you have what you need to take that step […]

Great Falls Race 2012

August 4, 2012 by  
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Welcome to the 2012 Great Falls Race.  The race is a collaborative effort between,  Liquid Adventures, the National Park Service, and a group of dedicated volunteers and will benefit the American Whitewater Assn. As always, the actual course will be finalized the day of the event and will be determined by water level. However, we […]

where instruction fosters adventure

May 29, 2012 by  
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Saturday last, various students in the Upper Yough Training program, headed to run the formidable, class IV+ Upper Yough.  We had been training in the gates and at Dickerson for most of a month.  There were two groups, one more experienced with the river, and another of mostly first-timers.  The more experienced group took off […]

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