When most people think about all of the things they could do during the winter, kayaking would not be high on their list.
But for the more adventurous kayakers among us, winter kayaking in 60° F, 50° F or even 40° F is definitely a thing. A brand new winter wonderland awaits to be explored on icy waters, but you need to be prepared.
Did you know that your body heat decreases 4x faster in cold water than in cold air at equal temperatures? Getting drenched without being prepared will lead to rapid heat loss, which can result in a cold shock, hypothermia, or even worse…
But if you use the correct winter kayaking clothes and gear (as you are about to learn), paddling in cold weather is a blast.Read more