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Video: Running Alberta’s 100-Foot Ram Falls

Deep in the Canadian Rockies lies the South Ram River, a torrent of whitewater rushing towards the Pacific. Swollen by snowmelt, it has carved deep canyons filled with Class 5 rapids and massive waterfalls. The biggest of these falls, the creatively named 'Ram Falls,' is roughly 100 feet high. 

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For most, a 100-foot waterfall is a scenic feature to be admired from afar. Not for kayakers Edward Muggridge and Aniol Serrasolses. Follow the pair as they push their limits in pursuit of glory.

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Video: High Consequence Urban Free-Climbing
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Video: High Consequence Urban Free-Climbing

Video: High Consequence Urban Free-Climbing

It takes a special kind of person to look at a 60-foot tall parking structure or bell-tower and think: "You know what, I'm going to climb that." Some might call such a person foolhardy, and the naysayers wouldn't be too far off the mark—buildering is both dangerous and illegal. However, it is also creative and visually striking, and unlikely to threaten anyone other than the builderer. Related: Urban Climbing Is Not For The Faint Of Heart Whether you're inspired or shocked by buildering, it's

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Video: Running Alaska’s “Unrunnable” Chakachamna River
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Video: Running Alaska’s “Unrunnable” Chakachamna River

Video: Running Alaska’s “Unrunnable” Chakachamna River

Andrew Embick's describes the Chakachamna River as "Unrunnable for about five miles at all but the lowest flows, plus whatever amount of Class VI you care to try." With a description like that, it's no surprise that few kayakers attempt the run. RELATED: Running Alberta's 100-Foot Ram Falls However, a hair-raising guidebook description isn't enough to stop everybody. The river has been run in its entirety several times since was released, but still remains largely unknown to the wider

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VIDEO: Longboarder Hits 60 MPH In Austria
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VIDEO: Longboarder Hits 60 MPH In Austria

VIDEO: Longboarder Hits 60 MPH In Austria

For Josh Neuman, speed is the name of the game, and he just can’t seem to get enough. This longboarder is taking the sport to the next level as shown in his impressive collection of videos of him bombing down long, winding roads all over the world. In his latest jaw-dropping clip, Neuman hits 60 MPH while hauling down a road in Austria. That’s right—60 MPH. RELATED: Kelend Hawks Keeps Things Spicy In Bellingham Some think he’s crazy, many comment on the danger of his endeavors, but all have a