The National park service has officially announced that a portion of the Arkansas river is designated as a National Water trail. The first such trail named in the state of Kansas. In looking at the map below, the trail begins in Great Bend, KS and then stretches 192 miles ending at the Oklahoma-Kansas border.
This designation is a tremendous honor for the people and communities along the river. Anyone interested in 192 mile expedition?
Or Pakayak, is revolutionizing kayaking standards in storage and accessibility. Ever wish you could throw your Kayak on your back, not have to worry about strapping an oversized kayak to your roof rack? Well, soon that may be a thing of the past. Pakayak, unlike inflatable kayaks, consists of a specially formulated plastic resin that uses a patented clamping system. This system reduces a 14 ft. kayak to 3 1/2 feet. Incredible, we know.
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We are landlocked kayak enthusiasts that love to uncover Kansas' true beauty in the water.