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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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One Day In Alaska

Sam Ellis has created this superb edit of him out in Alaska earlier this year. Sam is truly an outstanding paddler and easily ranks up there with the best paddlers the world has to offer.

One Day In Alaska

What makes him really outstanding is that he is a really nice guy. Keep charging Sam.

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The Great Escape

The Great Escape

An escape from school, work, and the routine of everyday life was a must after a stressful spring semester in my sophomore year of college. With water seemingly low in the Pacific Northwest, the best option was the high volume creeks of Quebec, Canada.

Living out of a retro fitted sprinter van for a month and kayaking 27 days in a row was the best medicine to escape, have our minds cleared, and have the adventures of a lifetime. Enjoy some footage from the amazing creeks in Quebec. Thanks for everyone that made this trip what it was, the memories will never be forgotten.

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The Hole That Ate Chicago

The Hole That Ate Chicago

Kayaking The Hole That Ate Chicago on the Grand Canyon of the Stikine in Northern BC.

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It’s Getting Hot In Here With Mitch Noddin

A little Tuesday AM inspiration. A superb edit from the PNW by Andrew Morrissey.

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Simple Times – Self Support Trip On The Grand Canyon

Simple Times - Self Support Trip On The Grand Canyon

Trip leader and permit holder Alex Ransom invited an all-star cast of paddlers to join him on a winter self-support expedition of the Grand Canyon. This trip report offers a glimpse into the magic this trip of a lifetime can offer.

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Journey To The Stikine And The Sacred Headwaters

Another great edit from the guys at the Mountain Mind Collective.

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The Stikine is a world renowned river in the northwest corner of British Columbia. It is known for its big-volume class V whitewater in one of the most committing canyons in the world. Kayakers travel from afar every year to navigate the depths of the Grand Canyon of the Stikine, but few know of the fight to protect its vast watershed from industrial development. From mega-dams, to massive open-pit mines, the Stikine and its sister rivers, the Skeena and the Nass, are under threat. This is the story of paddling the Stikine River, and learning about the fight to protect the Sacred Headwaters, the source of the Stikine, Skeena and Nass Rivers.

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