The Pacific Northwest is a paddling paradise that kayakers from all over the world visit every year on their travels. It offers amazing whitewater, huge waterfalls, roaring rapids, and some downright scary obstacles. It's hard, dangerous paddling, but the payoffs are enormous. If you don't have the time or money to come out yourself, watch this awesome crew of kayakers take on some of the tallest drops in some of the most beautiful and technical rivers in North America. Ride along with athletes Clay Lucas, Taylor Cofer, Ryan Mcavoy, Will Rudisill, Graham Seiler, Chris Stafford, and Dylan McKinney as they paddle the Pacific Northwest.
Paddling the Fine Line between Kayak Heaven and Kayak Hell | Everlasting Flow, Ep. 5
The search for “flow” is something we are always looking for, whether is on the water, at work or home. While searching for flow, we all realize that flow is everlasting, continuous, and relentless. From whitewater we are able to learn so much that we can apply in and outside of paddling. Through the dynamic experience that whitewater has to offer, Everlasting Flow will highlight some of the toughest whitewater and remote locations that the southeastern United States can provide and that only a few are privileged to experience or even witness.
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