Posts Tagged: kayaking

Get the Girls – and Boys – Out! White Salmon Whitewater Kayak Day – Recap

The White Salmon area in Washington is undoubtedly one of the best kayaking hubs on earth, attracting paddlers worldwide of all ability levels.  The number of quality rivers and the diversity of whitewater is incredible, but what really makes this place so special is the paddling community.  There is always someone to paddle with, including… Read more »

Girls on the Gorge 2015

Written by Chandra Brown As summer starts to wane here in Montana, we are still getting out on the river to celebrate the lingering sunlight, electric larch leaves, and the approach of winter. We are lucky to call Missoula home, and equally fortunate that our home river is the Clark Fork of the Columbia. A… Read more »

Intro to Whitewater Kayaking

Love to kayak? Never gone but want to learn a new skill with awesome fellow SheJumpers? Want to spend a beautiful summer day (or weekend) on Deerfield River? Come join Zoar Outdoor and SheJumps for a one- or two-day introduction to whitewater kayaking clinic on August 1 and 2nd! Whether you are learning the basics… Read more »

Intro to Whitewater Kayaking in Bend, OR — Recap

Intro to Whitewater Kayaking for women with SheJumps and Tumalo Creek Kayak and Canoe in Bend, OR

Hi, I’m Lindsey. I’m a skier with a healthy fear of swift water, but a solid appreciation for adrenaline. I’d been curious about whitewater kayaking for years, but learning this new sport always seemed out of reach with all the gear and skill required to paddle even the mellowest water. When I had the opportunity… Read more »

Bend, Oregon Intro to Whitewater Kayaking Recap!

Recap by Jill Adler Most active women will confess that they got involved with _____ (fill in the blank with skiing, rock climbing, canyoneering, kayaking, etc) because a guy took them. I’ll admit to the same failing when I tried mountain biking and paragliding (both sports I now avoid). But when I pulled into Tumalo… Read more »

Six Mile Creek in Alaska Got the Girls Out!

On Sunday, August 10th 2014, a group of 10 amazing women few of which knew each other, came together and paddled down Six Mile Creek in Alaska. Females of all abilities were welcome and thats exactly what we got! Six Mile is a beautiful river located on the Kenai Peninsula, that offers class II-IV+ rapids… Read more »

Intro to Whitewater Kayaking in Bend, OR

  SheJumps is excited to partner with Tumalo Creek Kayak and Canoe in Bend, Oregon to provide a special opportunity to learn the exhilarating sport of whitewater kayaking in a supportive, all-female environment! If you are looking for a challenge with big-time rewards, whitewater kayaking offers both in healthy doses. It takes some dedication, but… Read more »

Just Roll With It!

On Monday, January 27th, SheJumpers in Salt Lake City attended the area’s first ever indoor kayak event!  The event filled up in a day, so the demand was high!  Eight ladies attended the event where four coaches created a personal and supportive environment.  Most attendees had little to no experience with kayaking so the education… Read more »

Learn to Kayak!

Kayaking in the winter is cold, but it’s a great time to pick up tips and tricks in an indoor pool to get ready for the spring snowmelt! Come join us to learn the basic skills you need to get out on the river, including the most important skill of all: how to flip yourself… Read more »