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.
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.