The Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River is one of the deepest canyons in the U.S., with “The Box,” located in northern Wyoming, being one of the more challenging sections of that run. Recently, a group of kayakers that included waterfall king Tyler Bradt, visited that amazing paddling destination, and the result is the video below.
Tip of the hat to Canoe & Kayak for sharing this video. They’re quick to point out Tyler is still recovering from a crushed vertebrae that he suffered when he went over the 100-foot Abiqua Falls in Oregon this past spring. He still has four screws in his back from that little incident, but it doesn’t seem to slow him down much on this paddle.
Looks like a beautiful place to spend the day.
“The Box” High Side of Good from Mike Perry on Vimeo.
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We'll be sitting in our kayaks very soon too, but on much calmer ocean waters – great video!
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