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Kayaker Goes Over Massive Waterfall on an Inflatable Lobster

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Outlet Falls is a 69-foot plunge and professional kayaker Rafa Ortiz did all of those on an inflatable lobster. I would not recommend the average connoisseur of pool floats try to recreate Rafa's stunt. Rafa Ortiz is one of the best kayakers in the world and can be consistently seen going over falls much larger than this one. So I guess what I'm saying is don't try this at home. 

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Rafa Ortiz Just Hucked 70-Foot Waterfall on an Inflatable Lobster
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Rafa Ortiz Just Hucked 70-Foot Waterfall on an Inflatable Lobster

Rafa Ortiz Just Hucked 70-Foot Waterfall on an Inflatable Lobster

According to Red Bull and The Inertia, Rafa Ortiz is officially the first person to send a 70-foot waterfall on a pool toy. Oritz is a super bad ass South American Kayaker who has boated over some of the biggest falls in the world. Maybe his boat was in the shop?

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When in Search of Adventure, Just Bring your Fly-Fishing Gear Bikepacking
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