Path of Beauty, Christopher Brown's magnificent photographic essay of the Grand Canyon will make you want to go there, or go back. With his 75 gorgeous color photos and insightful prose, he entrances.
Whitewater Philosophy, by Doug Ammons, contains over 30 articles, essays and columns about rivers and whitewater kayaking. Thought provoking exploration of the yin and yang of boating.
Kayaking Alone, by Mike Barenti, is the story of his 900-mile solo kayak journey, from the headwaters of Idaho's Salmon River to the mouth of the mighty Columbia River.
Merciless Eden, by Doug Tims, tells the story of the pioneers, good people and shady characters who carved out homesteads and lifestyles along Idaho's wild Salmon River.
A beautifully illustrated interpretation of Idaho's Salmon River and the Frank Church "River of No Return" Wilderness.
Encounters from a Kayak, by sea kayaking expert Nigel Foster, chronicles his paddling adventures around the world. His stories of encounters with creatures, people and special places will keep you tur...
Jo Deurbrouck's book, Anything Worth Doing, is a classic whitewater tale. It's a true story of the friendship of veteran river guides Clancy Reece and Jon Barker and their decade-long pursuit of adven...
Many of the best "river stories" don't even involve the whitewater. They're the crazy tales of outfitters, guides and guests that are spun around endless campfires. Halfway To Halfway captures the ess...
The Laugh of the Water Nymph book supplies 239 pages of boating adventures complimented by 30 pages of beautiful outdoor photography.
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