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This is the Most Intense Flotilla in the World

The King of the Alps is a kayak race that is held annually on the Passerio River, located in northern Italy. The race, now in its fourth year, pits over 90 racers against each other in a massive "marathon" style water Chinese downhill. 

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I know plenty of people who took rafts, inner tubes, and other floatation devices down their local rivers this past holiday weekend, but I have to give the advantage to our European counterparts. This is the most intense flotilla I have ever seen. 

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There's not much to say beyond the headline.   Austrian climber Hansjörg Auer was recently out on a solo ice climbing mission when, per his own admission, he got off-route and had to improvise with an incredibly sketchy rappel, looping his climbing rope over a minuscule, barely pronounced rock nose.  "When you're climbing solo, you realize that you got off the route but there is no option anymore to climb up or down?!" Auer wrote on Facebook. "By the way you have no gear except a thin rope,

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