Nouria Newman takes on some big water in BC – The Upper Upper Elaho Canyon.Continue reading
Welcome to Movie Monday (On A Tuesday) 25 December 2018 at Unsponsored. We hope you all have a happy Christmas and a safe paddle into the New Year.
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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.
This three-part series follows Maranda Stopol, Darby McAdams, Jo Kemper and Jordan Slaughter as they navigate the Klinaklini Gorge.
There’s something incredibly humbling about having a bad swim. Yes there’s the realizing the river’s the boss, however much control you think you are in – but more in recognizing the support from those paddlers around you – some of whom you may not have even met before.
This Saturday I took a dip on the Spillimacheen River in BC. It happens – I was due one, it’s been a couple of years. But this one was different. I’ve had other bad swims over the years, but with those, although I’ve had other paddlers around, I’ve played a part in my rescue. With this one, apart from the single act of keeping concious/breathing there was very little I could do.
Welcome to Movie Monday 4 September 2017 at unsponsored.co.uk. We’ve got lots of whitewater action to get your teeth into.
Welcome to Movie Monday 28 August 2017 here at Unsponsored.
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!
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.
Any kayak trip that includes a float plane journey must have been a good one. This edit from Sea to Sky Whitewater covers a trip on the Grand Canyon of the Clore up in northern British Columbia.
GoPro Athlete Rafa Ortiz and Isaac Levinson tackle one of the most challenging big water runs on the planet, the Stikine. Join these two in remote British Columbia where they confront harsh wilderness and multiple days of class five whitewater.
Grand Canyon of the Clore in beautiful BC. Super amazing fly-in multiday out of Smithers into Bernie Lake where you start your descent, awesome!
Slated for hydro development related to the Enbridge pipeline, this salmon bearing river near Smithers BC is a fantastic three day adventure typically reserved for the fall.