Accelerated Kayak Camps are whitewater kayaking classes for paddlers interested in learning and progressing quicker than our regular 6-day river kayaking program.
Kayaking the Grand Canyon is one adventure that should be on every kayakers “bucket list” ! Current Adventures and AZRA offer the finest in fun, exploration, safety and adventure in this 14 day escape down the Mighty Colorado!
The East Fork Carson River is a great first overnight whitewater kayak trip for beginning to intermediate paddlers. We provide great food, raft support and logistics while the nearby hot springs and amazing Eastern Sierra scenery help make the memories. Even expert paddlers love to come back to this run every spring. Let us guide you down this river and spoil you in the process. You’ll want to return every year as spring rite of passage. Put together your own group or join ours and make new friends.
DONT MISS this rare One of a KIND experience! May 26-29, 2021Cost: $1875 Contact Us In all our years of running the Rogue River, we have never had the opportunity to access the historic lodges for accommodations. These are the oft heard of Read More …
Kids love kayaking and they take to it almost instantly. We use equipment specifically designed for kids. Fun & water safety are primary goals. Kids always leave these classes thrilled & excited by the experience & wanting more.
Kids have a great time in this 5 day, adventure-filled program. Kayaking skills & river safety are taught through games, group activities and exploration. These camps are based on the South Fork American River.
Join us for a 5 day magical kayak / rafting trip down Oregon’s most remote river! The Owyhee is wilderness pure, with towering canyon walls, hot springs to soak in, birds and wildlife to observe in a wilderness setting and amazing side hikes to inspire your adventurous spirit. This is the quintessential Spring Wilderness river trip and truly a bucket list item.
Current Adventures’ Swiftwater Safety & Rescue Class is specifically formatted to meet the needs of whitewater paddlers. River reading considerations, recognition of potential hazards, skills and equipment necessary for rescues are all unique for individual kayakers and canoeists. Be a good paddling partner. Take this class!
DON’T just “Fling” into Spring Paddling! A lot of paddling safely is based in common sense — yours and other people’s! Here are a few tips to “remind” you of some elements to take care of before and when you Read More …
Are you thinking about getting your first kayak or a gently used kayak for paddling lakes, calm rivers or Eppies Great Race?
If so, Current Adventures and The River Store have a LOT of kayaks for you to choose from.