Between descending lethal rapids and repairing an unreliable diesel engine, Chris checks in with an update from Zambia.
Forging ahead in Zambia, Chris Korbulic asks: Why do this and what do we want to accomplish?
First Ascent Guide Chris Korbulic reflects on the state of California kayaking.
Story and photos by Chris Korbulic We were sitting around a glowing fire that heated our dinner and lit the amphitheater of jungle around us as we leaned back on boulders or pieces of fallen trees.
By Darin McQuoid If you ever want to accomplish something, just say it’s impossible. The four-minute mile, Everest without oxygen, the Grand Canyon of the Stikine—all were once proclaimed impossible but are now achievable. It’s amazing what can be done with an untamable spirit of adventure.
By Darin McQuoid I watched in disbelief as the empty kayak floated through a massive cataract and disappeared. Our team of five ventured onto the Homathko River in British Columbia ready for an expedition full of adventure. A rare journey down the Homathko takes four to five days by boat, or two weeks on foot.
By Jesse Coombs A few years back, we arrived in Hood River, OR, to promote a show that evening. We knew we had a day off from our First Descent: Hotel Charley, Vol 5 tour before heading to our next show