The Yeso river is a small tributary that flows out of the Chilean Andes toward the 7 million-person metropolis of Santiago. It may be narrow but at certain times of the year it becomes a whitewater paradise that cuts through a beautiful alpine landscape. Patagonia is fantastic, but it's hard to argue with world class rapids just half a hour from Chile's capital! All the comforts of an amazing city and great whitewater to boot - you've really got to check out Santiago.
Chile's best-kept Kayaking Secret Is a Small River that Packs a Huge Punch | The Dance, Ep. 7
The Dance series stems from all the (extra) footage that the Nomade group has shot in amazing places all over the world. Each edit is centered around the sport of kayaking but has heavy emphasis on the peripherals that for us are such a big part of why we take these trips to such far away places. The Dance was shot on location in Canada, Chile, Mexico, Peru and the United States.
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It's time for another edition of the Kayak Session Short Film of the Year Awards. The call for entries is open until November 15, 2014 so enter now to maximise your chances of making it to the top 6! The criteria for selection are cinematog...
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