Crashing Canada

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July 10th: sitting in Norway at the Sjoa and browsing through my facebook…
Everyone starts posting pictures and videos of upcoming BC-Season, Stikine level drops in super early this year and after a quick check on my bank account I notice: I’m broke. But I didn’t care. I really wanted to go to British Columbia and check out the classics by myself instead of only reading about it. With the last bucks on my account I booked the flight to Vancouver on the 20th of August, knowing that I’d return back from Norway on the 9th of August and then have one week to make some money for this trip.

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Summer in Norway 2012

It has been quite a while since I got back from my norwegian adventure over the summer. To be back after one year of cruising around west coast of USA felt just right. I first visited Norway when I was 5 years old and my parents went for some paddling action. This year was my fifth visit since then.

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BOMB FLOW TV- Episode 12 – “ Lost in Voss”

Bomb Flow TV - Episode 12Finally the moment we have all been waiting Bomb Flow goes to NORWAY! Watch as the boys find themselves LOST IN VOSS…searching out the stoutest stouts we could find, Voss continually showed us the goods day after day. The water levels greeted us and we got to hit so many of the rare classics…a dream come true! Sit back, crack a beer, and get LOST IN VOSS!

Viamala- und Roffla Schlucht: die perfekten Flüsse?

Philipp Much in der Rofla Schlucht
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Viamala Schlucht
Die Viamala Schlucht ist eine der beeindruckendsten Schluchten in Graubünden. Ein Steg führt Touristen zu der schmalsten Stelle der Klamm. Mit den Kajaks ist es leider Verboten, dort einzubooten. Wir müssen bei einer Parkbucht etwa 100 Meter unter der Touristenattraktion zum Hinterrhein absteigen. Der Weg führt querfeldein über Geröll hinunter zum Bach. Man muss extrem aufpassen, um nicht mit einer losen Steinplatte den Weg nach unten zu beenden, für die meisten war das der härteste Teil der Befahrung.