Spring Creeking in Austria

Salzkammergut KajakLast weekend was a very really good one. It turned out to be much different than planned, but maybe this was not a bad thing… I had planned to film for a little kayak film project I want to do, but due to some organizational difficulties and bad weather all plans for filming where thrown overboard and we just went kayaking. To make it short – five runs in two days, three of them where personal firsts for some of us – all with perfect waterlevels… Couldn’t have been much better (maybe a little warmer). Thanks to Sandra Jennifer for the additional photos – Very appreciated! Anyways, enough words! Here are the pictures and a little POV video of our beloved “Kummerbrücke” section on the Enns…

Braaap braaap

Liquidlogic Kayaks BraaapA couple of days ago the Liquidlogic Braaap prototype arrived at my place, ready to be tested. Last weekend I took it out for a testride and it is an absolute fun and performance boat. You can carve super precisely on the edges and maintain your speed nearly every situation. I think that boat is fun for everyone, from beginner to pro. Enjoy some raw footage from Koppentraun in Austria.

Brandenberger Ache – Solo Run

Brandenberger Ache - TiefenbachklammHey Guys,
my name is Philipp Much, I’m 18 years old, live in Munich and have been paddling for 10 years now. I’m the new member of the Team Liquidlogic.
I was on the Brandenberger Ache in Austria often lately.
Here is a video of my solo-decent.

Enjoy it,

Travelling in Tyrol

Me preparing for the impact on Reinbach FallsThe Sickline Champs gathered all the folks in Oetz valley. Max and I took the chance to have all other Tyrolian rivers just for us. Some of the boys joined us and so we had a fabulous weekend with low volume creeks and some big water too. We started our tour on the waterfall fun section of Defereggenbach, which isn’t the longest stretch. It’s just 3 kilometers, but the drops makes it totally worth it.

Die Sickline Champs hat fast alle im Ötztal versammelt, doch Max und ich haben die Chance genutzt die Bäche Tirols für uns zu haben. Ein paar von den Jungs waren mit uns unterwegs und haben uns bei diesem fabelhafen Trip mit low volume Creeking und Wuchtwasser begleitet. Gestartet haben wir die Tour auf der Wasserfallstrecke des Defereggenbach, sie ist nicht lang, aber trotz der nur 3 km absolut lohnenswert.