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Norway – Out Of The Guidebook

Click Here To Download (10MB) This little guide aims to add to the book by Jens Klatt and Olaf Obsommer, as well as introduce some rivers further north, which are well worth the trip up. Norway has so much to offer, and there are other little leaflets for areas such as the Voss mini-guide, but […]

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The New Chhattisgarh Guidebook

We have just put out a mini-guidebook for the Indian state of Chhattisgarh, which can be found here:   http://lufbra.biz/gazz/The%20Chhattisgarh%20Whitewater%20Guidebook%20.pdf   It’s a fascinating state, with some good rivers for exploring, and still many more to check out! Eastern India is full of classic rivers just waiting to be found.  

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Silly epics, and some lessons learnt: Rio Claro

Rio Claro – Chile. A small group of us arrived at the Claro early in the season, and I had paddled the rio Claro a few years previously, so was happy with going in again as the only person in the group to have been before. It was early in the season for the 22 […]

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India – Chhattisgarh

In mid 2015, Callum Strong, Rory Woods, Phil Mitchell and I decided to head to the Indian state of Chhattisgarh to see what whitewater we could find. The previous year, Callum and the All India Kayak Expedition had spent some time paddling in the neighbouring states, and it looked like there might be some good rivers here […]

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21 – Figueroa & Back Home

The Figueroa is a 70km river down yet another beautiful valley, and meant to be a nice easyish paddle. After some pleasant grade III, there was a nice IV section with some fun moves and one very stick hole that gave Sandra quite a beating. We thought that there was a final gorge with some […]

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20 – Exploradores & Cisnes

Turning off the ‘main’ road onto an even worse one, we headed up towards the glacier Exploradores to see what the river coming off it was like, as the road had been previously blocked by landslides when previous groups had attempted the trip.   The river Exploradores flows directly from the ice-lake of the glaicer, […]

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19 – More Baker & The Marble Cathedral

Another lap down the Bravo was a treat, knowing all the lines it was a fun fast blast, and a bit higher than the first time we paddled it a few weeks prior.   Some more driving around and we ended up with another puncture. The roads in Southern Chile are really not very good, […]

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