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Supsquatch First Descent in the Elk Canyon - Fernie,B.C.

Editor's Note: Sometimes to fully enjoy the weekend you and a bunch of friends need to paddle a giant surfboard down a river. Cheers to those friend-groups who really think outside the box when recreating.

Jon and the crew of Mountain High Adventures run the first Supsquatch descent on the Raging Elk River Canyon near Fernie, British Columbia, Canada.

http://www.raftfernie.com/

Filmed and Edited by Nick Nault

http://nicknaultphotography.ca/

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