Next Adventure staffer Taylor is always tearing up rivers in the Northwest. The Immersion Research Royale is his skirt of choice to keep the water out. Read more for Taylor's review of this great product.
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When Next Adventure staffer Taylor isn't dropping waterfalls he's enlightening customers in the Paddle Sports Center. Taylor has been paddling in this bad boy for over a year now, so read more to find out if this is the right boat for you.
Next Adventure staffer Adam needs water to survive, and as of lately he has been consuming this beverage out of a Hydroflask. Whether you prefer cold or hot drinks, the Hydroflask can keep it at the temperature you like. Read more to find out about this exciting product.
Want to learn to fly fish on a vessel that takes you where the big boats can't go? Next Adventure has your back wth our Kayak Fly Fishing classes! Read more for details.
The Clackamas Down River Clean Up is designed to preserve the beautiful river near Barton Park. The event takes place Sunday, September 7. If you love this river, help us keep it clean for future generations' use. See you there!
Next Adventure Outdoor School guide Greg is always outside spreading his stoke and testing products. Here we see his opinion of the Big Agnes Scout UL 2 Tent. Read more to get the opinion of a trusted expert who has used many tents.
Next Adventure team member Daniel Brown has been tossing the Westside Sorcerer over the past month and fills us in on who this disc is best suited for. The Sorcerer can be used by individuals of most skill levels, so read more to determine if this is the right disc for you!
The Carnage/Confidence run takes place every Wednesday through the summer and is a fun way to get our after work and paddle the Upper Clackamas River. There are two sections ranging from class 2-3+ rapids. Read more to find out about the run, and we hope you join us!
The Columbia Slough Regatta is going down this Sunday! There will be a giant paddle taking place that will celebrate the Slough and benefit the Watershed Council. Read more for details regarding the regatta.