Aniol and Gerd Serrasolses have been seeking out some of the world's gnarliest rapids with their kayaks almost their entire lives. Like most adrenaline addicts, Aniol describes the sensation of running a waterfall "something so special and unique, that you just want to do it all your life". Unfortunately running some of the biggest rapids in Iceland's freezing cold temperatures is what nearly cost the two Spanish brothers their lives. Follow them on their latest adventure, as they learn more about the power of the river, life, and brotherhood.
Huge cliffs at picturesque locations, with a crew of super talented dudes jumping off of them makes for quite the show. Mike Wilson is one of these guys, well known in the skiing and BASE jumping worlds for his stunts. RELATED: Cliff Jump Defines Next Level Precision Some of these cliffs have to be nearing 100 feet, and these guys are doing huge doubles, triples, and just huge hucks in general.The action just doesn't stop as these guys flip and spin like they are trying to reach
For those not familiar with the jargon of kayak dangers and obstacles, a sieve is when water is forced through an opening in a rock. Water can flow freely through it, but with something like a kayak or a person, this is not always the case. Jordie Searle found himself on the wrong side of a sieve while paddling the Nevis River for Red Bull's Flow Hunters. RELATED: The Worst Kayak Carnage It is haunting to see the footage of a man literally fighting for his life. You can see Jordie becoming
Kayakers have a twisted sense of humor. Running massive class V rapids with just a crew of buddies is one thing, but getting dropped in the middle of nowhere in southern Alaska is a whole new level of nuts. They even find plenty of time to chuckle and laugh throughout the madness. Filmmakers Coopery Lambla and Tyler Allyn teamed up to capture kayakers Todd Wells, Jay Mahan, Eric Parker, Chris Korbulic, and Jeff Shelton running stout first descents in one of the most remote parts of the