As we all start to wind down our week and head into what is hopefully a fun and relaxing weekend, I thought I’d share a great kayaking video, this time coming from the North Fork of the Payette River in Idaho.
In the video, the river is experiencing record high waters, and as a result, you get some of the wildest whitewater you’ll find just about anywhere. When kayaks are being pushed sideways, at high speeds, you know the water is rough. This looks like a lot of (scary) fun!
WildWater North Fork Payette Teaser from Anson Fogel on Vimeo.
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2 thoughts on “Crazy Whitewater On The Payette River in Idaho”
Whoa! That water is incredible!
Yeah! Looks like a blast, but not sure my meager kayaking skills would be up to that.
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