Great Advice from River Maiden Adriene Levknecht

by Juliet I always struggle with the generalization that women struggle with fear/men don’t when it comes to whitewater kayaking. I know some guys who have to deal with some pretty heady head games when it comes to kayaking. I am not so sure…

Women of Wildwater

One of the aspects of kayak competition that is fascinating is that age is not specifically a handicap (the Hearn/Lugbill line up of winners in the ’96 Olympics were just about the magic age of 40, while this year Hailey Thompson, the women’s C1…

Kayaking is not always love at first wet exit!

Initiating our newest team member, Courtney into kayaking this summer was not just for orientation,KayakinsHere is Courtney’s take on that first wet exit experience…. How to become a whitewater kayaker… “How can you work at Endless and not be…

Mariann Saether: The Ability to Let Go

When we ran into Mariann Saether’s article: The Ability to Let Go, we had to share it.  Mariann Saether is a kick ass paddler and she has a great perspective on “letting go” of issues. The Ability to Let Go When you take away the obvious…

Barbara Brown: Namesake on the Gauley

The ladies of TeamERA are always looking for new heroes. And we were recently reminded that we had one within the ranks of our International Trip Guests: Barbara Brown. While in Ecuador with us in January of 2005, talk of the Gauley River came…