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The First Kayak Descent of This Gorge is Actually Insane

These kayakers just completed a feat that was "way beyond anything anyone's ever attempted in a kayak." 

A group of professional kayakers headed deep into the jungle in Papa New Guinea to complete the first descent of the Beriman Gorge, a 25-mile run lined with sheer limestone walls that rise up to 4,000 feet above the river. Basically, they were smack in the middle of a vertical jungle. Once they were in there, there was no chance for rescue or resupply—there was no way out but to ride the gnarly – but absolutely beautiful – river to the ocean.

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Climbers Dress Up as Old Grandpas in Hilarious Short
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Climbers Dress Up as Old Grandpas in Hilarious Short

Climbers Dress Up as Old Grandpas in Hilarious Short

“Oh to be young again.” That's certainly not the theme of the hilarious short from the Wide Boyz, the British crack climbing duo that brought us footage from some of the hardest desert climbing ever. The year is 2063, and trad climbing has been banned. Pete Whittaker and Tom Randall, now the Wide Grandadz, return to their stomping grounds to reminisce about the old times and get one last climb in before their time comes. Check it out.

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Next Level Parkour on the Rooftops of Tokyo
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Next Level Parkour on the Rooftops of Tokyo

Next Level Parkour on the Rooftops of Tokyo

Jason Paul, a German-born “freerunner”, is really good at jumping off and around stuff. His athletic prowess includes a Spiderman like precision, which is on display in this video of him leaping from rooftop to rooftop in Tokyo, Japan. He refers to this jaunt across the skyline as his morning walk, even though this casual term includes launching himself over railings, between buildings, and down cement staircases. Even if you live in a big city, we wouldn’t recommend trying this unless you’re

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Chris Sharma Deep Water Soloed One of the Coolest Rock Features Ever
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Chris Sharma Deep Water Soloed One of the Coolest Rock Features Ever

Chris Sharma Deep Water Soloed One of the Coolest Rock Features Ever

Rock climber extraordinaire Chris Sharma regularly starts projects that involve a lot of falling before he finally completes them. That is, when he uses a rope. Over the last few years he has been pushing the discipline of psicobloc, better known as deep water soloing, to new levels. He still falls a lot, just now into refreshing bodies of water. His latest project, a 5.14 climb on the Pont D’Arc in France, represents one of his greatest achievements in the sport to date. The arch is nearly