Last summer, a team of kayakers traveled to a remote region of British Columbia to take on the Grand Canyon of the Stikine, a 45-mile stretch of river that has some of the wildest whitewater on the planet. In fact, the Canyon is described as “unnavigable,” although there have been a few descents over the years. The crew of 7 Brits, and one lone American, set out to give it a go. The 23+ minute video tells their story, and gives us our own glimpse of the raging waters they faced.
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