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Your the one I follow - Kayaking Norway's Brandseth River

Your the one I follow - Kayaking Norways Brandseth River from Bottomsupkayaking.com on Vimeo.

Trust. It is the building foundation with which every paddling team should be built upon. Trusting that your team mates will make make smart decisions for themselves, you…

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Added by Tyler Fox on January 28, 2014 at 7:44pm — 1 Comment

Kaituna Enduro Race

If I had to pick one river in the entire world that I though hosted the most number of kayak races per year ... it would have to be, without a doubt, the Kaituna River. We have mass starts, time trials, multi-sport, slalom, short boats, long boats, raft, swimming, and even inflatable races down this river ... so when Ben Robson came up with an idea for a totally new style of race to be held on the Kaituna, we were all interested in what he could have possibly thought…

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Added by Tyler Fox on December 17, 2012 at 8:19pm — No Comments

Ottawa Valley ... Love

Finally back on the Ottawa River ! After spending the past year and a half traveling back and forth from New Zealand, Quebec and California, hitting up all the amazing steep creeking these places have to offer, I must admit I was…

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Added by Tyler Fox on July 20, 2012 at 9:43pm — No Comments

Thailand's Mae Sa River



Tyler Fox on the Mae Sa River in Thailand - Photo Toni George



The Mae Sa River is a quality stretch of white water within 30 min’s of the city limits of Chiang Mai. The put in is located at the Queens Botanical Garden and is literally on the side of the road, so much so, that it is more reminiscent of a ditch then a river. However, the river quickly veers away from the road and starts it descent.… Continue

Added by Tyler Fox on September 10, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Thailand - Doi Inthanon National Park & Huck

Tyler Fox finding the goods ... at Mae Pan Waterfall - Photo Josh Neilson



Like most paddlers out there, I deal with the struggle of finding that balance between going on lots of kayaking missions and not being flat broke. I've spent the last 2 months on the Ottawa River raft guiding and instructing kayaking, pretty much everyday so that I could save up…

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Added by Tyler Fox on August 19, 2010 at 11:58am — No Comments

New Zealand's Tree Trunk Gorge and more



Tyler Fox enjoying some of New Zealands finest waterfall riding



The New Zealand summer is coming to an end, and once again its been a sweet season, filled with heaps of good times, good bros, and good boating!



A definite highlight of this season was setting aside some trepidation and re-opening up an amazing section of whitewater. Tree Trunk Gorge on the Tongariro River has long remained a section of whitewater rarely run. It… Continue

Added by Tyler Fox on March 29, 2010 at 3:00am — 1 Comment

The Ottawa Valley's Epic Spring



They say “There’s no place like home” and I believe it. I’ve been traveling the world paddling for the last 5 years and I haven’t come close to finding a place that has the concentration of Big, Fast Waves that the Ottawa area has. And this spring we got them all!



Arriving back from New Zealand in mid April, I was a little bummed to hear it was in between levels. But this was okay as I hadn’t play boated in 6 months and it gave me a… Continue

Added by Tyler Fox on June 17, 2009 at 3:30pm — No Comments

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