Entry #29 for the Short Film Awards is here! « Diego Robles claimed the first descent of the Upper Rio Pusuno (Napo, Ecuador) in 2014, in eight years he has seen this magical whitewater river lost to the development of small-scale hydro power.
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Entry #28 for the Short Film Awards 2022 by the Pistyll Production boys of one of their home runs! « A day like this on the Afon Mellte in the neath valley, or its direct translation ‘River Lightening’ doesn’t get much better than this!
Watch this amazing short movie directed by Rush Sturges fro NRS, telling the story of Tristan Russell who got diagnosed with the gene of Early Onset Alzheimer’s, the same disease that killed his father.
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Entry #27 for the Short Film of the Year Awards is here presented by Doug Wright!« Clear Creek runs from WhiskeyTown Reservoir and primarily sees water during the fall season. It is a narrow creek that cuts through a series of rock wall canyons with a myriad of geological features.
Destination: A Northern Realm of Whitewater – High Water Nordland In the tiny town of Trofors, Norway, thundering rapids and endless wilderness have long provided an escape for the paddler seeking to get off the grid.
This time of year feels bitter sweet. Ice has started to form on the lakes, so it’s time to hang up the canoe paddles, oil the gunwales and store the canoes for the winter. Next up is xc ski season.