Alaska is just breathtaking. There’s no way to downplay it. If you don’t mind a little chill, then kayaking in the remote Alaskan wilderness is for you.
The San Juan Islands in northwestern Washington are places of rugged beauty.
For many, kayaking the Colorado River is a bucket list item. Have no fear though.
Idaho’s Salmon River is known as the river of no return — because its speed and rapids make it so difficult to navigate back up.
For a tropical experience that’s out of this world, an ocean paddle along Kauai’s Na Pali Coast is needed.
Many kayakers rank Lake Powell in Utah as the most beautiful spot to paddle in the US. It’s considered a hidden gem in the Southwest.
If kayaking near a gator doesn’t frighten you, paddling through the wetlands of Florida is an activity you should try.
The serenity and crystal-clear water of Lake Tahoe, North America’s largest alpine lake, make this an ideal kayaking destination.
The sea caves located just offshore in Mendocino, in northern California, are truly a sight to see.