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The Unrunnable Gorge – British Columbia’s Klinaklini River

It’s been more than 20 years since kayakers first attempted this ‘unrunnable gorge’. In the summer of 2017, after two years of scouting and planning, four women would try what all others had failed: a full descent of British Columbia’s Klinaklini River.

The Unrunnable Gorge

This three-part series follows Maranda Stopol, Darby McAdams, Jo Kemper and Jordan Slaughter as they navigate the Klinaklini Gorge.

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Hypoxia 1

Hypoxia 1 – A classic video from almost 20 years ago. No GoPros and no HD. I still have it on VHS somewhere.

Hypoxia 1

Kayaking adventure around the world 1999-2001 by Rob Coffey and Nick Doran. Featuring the Zambezi, White Nile, Coruh in Eastern Turkey, California, Canada and Europe, including the first Irish kayakers on the White Nile before it was dammed. Kayakers Rob Coffey, Nick Doran, Dave Carroll, EJ, Nico Chassing and many others

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Sick Weekend Competing In Montreal

Bren has been paddling in Montreal.

Sick Weekend Competing In Montreal

Big waves, small kayaks and jet skis. What is there not to like?

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Movie Monday 31 July 2017

Welcome to Movie Monday 31 July 2017. The UK monsoon season is hopefully about to begin. In the meantime for a little mental whitewater warmup here is Movie Monday from Unsponsored HQ.

Movie Monday 31 July 2017

Enjoy!

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Bren Orton Stakeout 2016

Bren Orton Stakeout 2016. Bren has been let loose in the Canadian wilderness for 6 weeks to surf some of the biggest and best river waves in the world. Huge tricks, new combos and some epic wipe outs.

Bren Orton Stakeout 2016

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Border Patrol

David Fusilli and team are on Border Patrol.

Border Patrol

Boundary Creek is a little bit of a mission. You have to paddle about 6K down a lake, then do a 3K hike up Boundary Creek to then paddle down the beautiful limestone gorge. The creeks path cuts in and out of the Montana, USA and Alberta, Canada hence the name Boundary Creek.

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Journeys- Tallulah Fest 2016

Journeys- Tallulah Fest 2016. From Mexico to Canada and even the good ole’ United States, this video contains just snapshots of the incredible adventures that I have had the opportunity to take part in over the past year.

Journeys- Tallulah Fest 2016

Thank you everyone that took part in making these great memories. I can’t wait to make some more!

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2015 In Review

 2015 In Review

2015 In Review – What a year! From high school to college, I’ve been able to explore the goods of Western North Carolina and have traveled to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Canada, and of course all over the Southeast. Big shoutout and thanks to everyone who has gotten me down the river. I can’t wait to see what 2016 has in store!

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The Middle Of The Mountains

Most of the kayaking videos we see focus solely on the action side of things. This edit from Zac Ruttiman also gives us the lifestyle perspective. I love it.

The Middle Of The Mountains

A view into the lifestyle side of a kayak trip. Come for a ride down the Grand Canyon of the Chlore near Terrace, B.C. and meet some of the people who love to kayak. This video won the Lifestyle Category in the 2015 Aquabatics Film Competition. Enjoy.

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Flying At Lachine

As camera drone technology becomes that little more wide spread we are starting to see more and more kayak related footage that has been taken with the aid of a drone.

Flying At Lachine

This edit from Bad Productions Kayaking/Leif Anderson uses a drone well to create a number of interesting shooting angles.

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Sea to Sky Send-tember

Sea to Sky Send-tember

Here’s a quick edit from our time in BC this September. Epic footage from our insane huck fest on Sutherland Falls in Revelstoke (60ft), a quick glimpse of the famous Rogers creek in Pemberton and to top it off Ricketts and Charlie running the amazing Mamquam Falls in Squamish (70ft). Hold onto your hats team!

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Clearwater Living

Clearwater living

Clearwater is a small little town in British Columbia that has a lot to offer for whitewater. It offers a range of sections that can accommodate anyone in the paddling community, whether you’re looking for some big class V or some easy class II.

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