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Exploring a Whitewater Gem: Middle Fork of the Kings River

“The Middle Fork of the Kings river is world renowned and one of the most sought after expeditions in the lower forty-eight. Marked by a thirteen mile hike over a twelve-thousand foot pass and 7,000+ in elevation loss in over 37+ Miles it is no easy feat. Join Taylor Cofer, Bernie Engleman, and Dylan McKinney down the spectacular Middle Kings River.”

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T-Rexs Can Go Bouldering Too
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T-Rexs Can Go Bouldering Too

T-Rexs Can Go Bouldering Too

Despite their notoriously short arms, T-Rexs are pretty strong at bouldering. Check out what may be the first dinosaur ascent of the Iron Man Boulder in Bishop, CA. The real question: can it be considered a clean ascent with all those tail dabs?

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This X-Games Real Wake Edit Is Insane
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This X-Games Real Wake Edit Is Insane

This X-Games Real Wake Edit Is Insane

Following a format first seen in the snowboarding and skiing world, this year’s X-games real wake segments feature some incredibly creative, and not to mention gnarly riding. Felix Georgii’s entry is not your average wakeboarding behind a boat on a peaceful mountain lake, but something more akin to a skateboard edit, with huge bails and even bigger tricks. 

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Proof That East Coast Kayaking Is As Gnarly as the Rest
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Proof That East Coast Kayaking Is As Gnarly as the Rest

Proof That East Coast Kayaking Is As Gnarly as the Rest

Compared to the western states, the east coast tends to get a bad rep when it comes to certain sports, but kayaking is certainly not one of them. A crew of boaters headed to North Carolina in search of some nasty whitewater, and what they found was nothing short of impressive. Steep rock slides, big drops, and a bunch of nasty foliage make for an impressive run down this creek.