You need to check out this absolutely gorgeous sea kayaking short film that was put together from the gang at Kaspi Arial Media. The film follows Christine Utas, one of the instructors from the White Squall Paddling Centre as she paddles through the fog at Killbear Provincial Park. I don’t think I have ever seen Georgian Bay looking so good.  Speaking of paddling films, the Reel Paddling Film Festival is now accepting films in the following categories: Best Whitewater Film Best Sea Kayaking Film Best Canoeing Film Best Paddling Documentary Best Adventure Travel Paddling Film  Best Kayak Fishing Film  Best Instructional Paddling Film  Best Environmental Paddling Film Teva Live Better Stories Amateur/Short Paddling Film Best Stand Up Paddling Film If you are thinking of entering, you had better hurry as the cut-off date is August 31, 2012. You can find all the details on their website.
Tuesday, 20 March 2012 22:08

Exploding Iceberg in Antarctica [Video]

Shot somewhere in Antarctica, this is a good example of why you don’t want to get close to exploding (or even imploding) icebergs.
Thursday, 02 February 2012 16:02

The Tsunami Rangers Greatest Hits [Video]

In memory of the death of Tsunami Rangers co-founder, Eric Soares here are a couple videos of the antics that made them legends in the paddling community. Tsunami Rangers in Slow Motion Extreme Sea Kayaking with the Tsunami Rangers Photo Credit:
I could hardly finish watching this video of whitewater kayakers paddling a flood swollen river and I lost count after the 4th near drowning. The really scary thing is that the whole video seems to be shot on the same day with the same 4-5 guys. Looks like they would do well to invest in some swift water rescue training to save them from being nominated for future a Darwin Award. If you are at work, stop at the 5:30 mark as it gets NSFW at the end.
From the guys who brought you Paddle to Seattle, Go Ganges! This is easily one of the funniest adventure films since…well, the last time I watched Paddle toSeattle. Here is the YouTube description: Two friends travel a holy river by any means possible; their journey is in search of enlightenment and trying not to get killed in the process of finding it. Update: Looks like the film should be available January 2012. More info:
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