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How One Man Kept the Clarks Fork Wild and Scenic

From above, the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone river looks like a crack in the earth, not something to kayak through. The whitewater is dangerous and flanked by 1000-foot granite walls, leaving little to no room for error when paddling. Still, a group of ambitious kayakers sought to paddle their way through it. But they weren’t the only ones eyeing up the Clark Fork. There was talk of building a dam on the Yellowstone River, thus eliminating future runs on the river.

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The documentary Our Local Epic follows the contentious history of this river. Hear from the original kayakers about why this body of water was worth preserving, and why’s it’s still significant today. Major kudos to Rendezvous River Sports for sharing this story to the public. Be sure to check them out for any of your whitewater kayaking needs, or while you're at it, maybe treat yourself to a new boat with that stimulus check. 

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Five Blind Veterans Complete the Ultimate Kayaking Trip Down The Grand Canyon
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Five Blind Veterans Complete the Ultimate Kayaking Trip Down The Grand Canyon

Five Blind Veterans Complete the Ultimate Kayaking Trip Down The Grand Canyon

Warning: This video will hit you right in the feels, but it's absolutely worth the watch. Travis Fugate had never met a blind person before he lost his vision fighting overseas. He was sure that extreme sports were over for him. But as Travis would learn, he was capable of kayaking down 226 miles of frothing whitewater through the Grand Canyon. Related: A Look At The Army’s Most Famous Group of Soldiers This Memorial Day Weekend Paired up with Team River Runner, this group of five sightless

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VIDEO: Kamali – A 7-Year-Old Skateboard Phenom From India
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VIDEO: Kamali – A 7-Year-Old Skateboard Phenom From India

VIDEO: Kamali – A 7-Year-Old Skateboard Phenom From India

Growing up in a tiny fishing village on the coast of India, Kamali’s life was supposed to take a very different path. But instead of staying locked inside and getting married away at a young age, Kamali turned her life to skateboarding. After her mother left an abusive husband, Kamali’s mother found a new lease on life and urged her young daughter to follow her own dreams, and that’s exactly what she does. RELATED: Read 10 Amazing Feature-Length Adventure Stories For Free Here In filmmaker

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Video: Dane Jackson Kayaks Over a 134-foot Chilean Waterfall
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Video: Dane Jackson Kayaks Over a 134-foot Chilean Waterfall

Video: Dane Jackson Kayaks Over a 134-foot Chilean Waterfall

Over a century ago, Annie Taylor strapped herself into a barrel and floated over the edge of Niagara Falls. Barrels have gone out of style since then, but people are still intentionally floating over the edge of large waterfalls, only now they're doing it in kayaks and calling it a sport. RELATED: Graham Agassiz- A Life Forged in MTB Dane Jackson is no stranger to large waterfalls, having dropped five 100-foot-plus waterfalls before this successful attempt on Chile's Salto del Maule, the