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Cauldron Snout – The Stout of the Snout

The Stout of the Snout

Sam Ellis styles it down Cauldrons Snout. A class V+ stretch of whitewater on the River Tees (UK).

Sam Ellis running the Cauldron Snout on the River Tees. You can count on one hand how many times this section has been successfully run. But this is the first time it has been ran with a substantial amount of water. The river was at approximately 0.7 on the nearest river level gauge.

Cauldron Snout is 180m long and is recognised as Englands longest waterfall which looses 61m giving it a gradient of 34 percent. Sit back watch and enjoy!

Filmed using GoPro kit.

2 Comments

  1. Andrew

    Nice run…cauldron snouts in Teesdale, County Durham though…

  2. Richard Michael Repper

    Seriously hairy-chested low brace at 1:24. Watch and learn kids

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