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Out There Adventure Email Contest—Whitewater Rafting Trip & Spokatopia Tickets!

Enter to win a whitewater rafting trip for two on the Clark Fork River or tickets to the Spokatopia Outdoor Adventure Festival September 18! Enter to win by Tuesday, August 10, 2021! What Can I Win? Win a whitewater river rafting trip for two on Montana’s Clark Fork River with ROW Adventures! The Alberton Gorge …

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What’s Your Gear? Ryan Kerrigan, Whitewater Rafting

Floating down Ecuador’s Pindo River in a cheap inflatable raft with his brothers when he was seven years old was Ryan Kerrigan’s first rafting experience. They all survived—the rapids were no greater than class II. Now, at age 32, Ryan is a professional whitewater raft guide and executive director of Peak 7 Adventures—a local non-profit …

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Spokane Canoe and Kayak Club General Membership Meeting–Rafting the Remote and Wild Alsek River

Outdoor enthusiasts Bill and Debbie Pierce recount their 12 day raft trip on the Alsek River. Considered by some to be one of the wildest and most magnificent whitewater raft trips in North America, the Alsek flows from the Yukon to the Gulf of Alaska, through the world’s largest non-polar ice cap and is renowned …

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Photo of Sierra Jo Sans by Mike Dailey.

Whitewater Mentors: A Conversation with Two River Paddlers

Leah Hillbrand and Sierra Jo Sans charge whitewater in very different ways that both leave me clutching the arms of my chair. Both also hail from Eastern Washington University, where Hillbrand is a whitewater instructor and Sans is a student in the outdoor recreation program. But those aren’t the only things they have in common. …

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River People: A Fly Caster, River Surfer and Whitewater Pioneer

The Inland Northwest’s arid reputation is baked into its name. While it may be on the “dry side” of the Cascades, with world-class whitewater, blue-ribbon fishing and a place at the forefront of river sports, the region has been quietly racking up river recreation accolades over the years. Meet these three Inland Northwest river people …

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