Ken Whiting explores the dramatic coastlines and National Parks of Québec’s Gaspésie and Bas-Saint-Laurent regions by sea kayak, canoe, and stand up paddleboard.
Ken Whiting puts his whitewater kayaking skills to the test on Québec’s mighty Kipawa River, before heading north to sea kayak with puffin and monoliths in Mingan Archipelago National Park.
Ken Whiting explore the spectacular sea caves of les Îles de la Madeleine by sea kayak, and then paddles through one of North America’s most stunning river valleys in Jacques Cartier National Park.
Ken Whiting tackles one of Eastern Canada’s most popular whitewater rivers, the Rouge River, and then swaps his whitewater kayak for a sea kayak to explore the beautiful flowing rivers of Québec’s Lanaudiére and Mauricie regions.
Ken Whiting paddles through the heart of the magnificent Saguenay fjord before heading to one of the most pristine parts of North America, where he immerses himself in the Cree culture while exploring the regions breathtaking lakes and rivers by kayak.
Luke Hopkins heads to the lively city of Montréal, Quebec to put his stand up paddling skills to the ultimate test on the huge waves of the Saint Lawrence River’s Lachine Rapids. Alex Kellar then explores the beautiful and tranquil rivers and lakes in the Eastern Townships by stand up paddleboard.
Facing Waves discovers the incredible culture, and explores the amazing landscapes around Mazury, Poland.