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In Darwin’s Footsteps
Alexid Deniel continues the evolution of the species S. Paddlerus in the Galapagos Islands.
Beneath the Surface
The stoke equation must be balanced; so who’s left with the bill after an epic photoshoot?
Blinking into the half-light, Finn Mullen emerges from his cave to gorge on hearty beachbreak bowls.
From the lighthouse to the pier in land-of-lefts, Pacasmayo, Peru.
The Last Descent
The Blue Nile is about to be changed forever by a huge dam. Charlie Head makes one final run of the mighty river.
The Next Day
If you never go to a beach because ‘it’s always flat’ how do you know what it’s like when the swell hits?
The Kali Gandaki Gorge is the deepest canyon in the world. Ben Longhurst paddles it.
What’s 12 hours from London, has more waves than you can shake a paddle at, drives on the left and serves fantastic seafood?
A bit about
Planetary wind systems, and how to predict local weather effects without ever looking at a forecast again.
A smash and grab of the latest boards to market from JP, Naish, Riber, Red Paddle Co, RRD, Smik and Starboard.
The Close Out
Remember that time you’d paddled so far you had to spend the night in a funeral parlour?
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