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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…


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

Video - Every River, Everywhere: N.F San Joaquin

Here is a great video put together by Adrian Kiernan from our adventures into the Ansel Adams Wilderness area of California's High Sierras. A truly beautiful place with a classic river running through it, the North Fork of the San Joaquin. 

Check it out!…


Added by Tyler Fox on September 12, 2013 at 12:58pm — No Comments

North Fork of the San Joaquin


“Looking back on the trip, and all the rapids we paddled, the unbelievable landscapes we were lucky enough to travel through, the amazing group of people on the water with us and the perfect water levels provided to us by Mother Nature, I would have to say this…


Added by Tyler Fox on August 19, 2013 at 6:52pm — 2 Comments

Wairoa Race Recap

Finally recovering from a long weekend of Extreme Racing and Event organizing. The Kaituna Time Trial was the first event of the weekend. It entailed two race runs down the length of the Kaituna River (regular section) with your combined times adding up to give you your total time. I…


Added by Tyler Fox on February 17, 2013 at 9:26pm — No Comments

A Recon trip into BC with World Class Kayak Academy


Added by Tyler Fox on December 30, 2012 at 6:30pm — No Comments

How to: The art of scouting and making good decisions.

Scouting is just another term for decision-making; in essence, you are looking at what lies ahead and deciding what course to take. A major key in progressing from class 2-3 whitewater into the realm of class 4-5 is the ability…


Added by Tyler Fox on December 27, 2012 at 11:28pm — 2 Comments

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…


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…


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

Discovery of Maretu Stream in NZ

(Tyler Fox runs a beautiful drop on the First Descent of Maretu Stream in NZ. Photo Brendan Bayly)

It started 2 years ago, after just landing in NZ I was instantly beconed over to the East coast of the North Island, where Josh Neilson and Matt Danes had a "surprise" they wanted to share with me.…


Added by Tyler Fox on May 26, 2012 at 6:49pm — No Comments

NZ Extreme Race Series - Kaituna & Wairoa races

2012 Wairoa Xtreme Race

New Zealand, or Okere Falls, NZ if you really wanted to narrow it down, has, over the past 5-8 years produced some of the World's fastest kayakers. If you've ever been to the kaituna river, or participated in any event in…


Added by Tyler Fox on February 21, 2012 at 3:27am — No Comments

The Classic of all Classics - Mastigouche River, QC

Simon Davidson throws a triumphant fist pump half way down the Finally slide


The Mastigouche River in Quebec is a must do on any paddlers wish list. It was on the top of my good friend Simon Davidson's list of rivers to paddle while over in Quebec this past…


Added by Tyler Fox on December 28, 2011 at 11:51pm — No Comments


Once again I've teamed up with Mike Mckay of Five2nine to bring you a look into a years worth of amazing paddling by some of our sports top paddlers on some of the sweetest rivers on the globe. As always quality filming, tight editing, and a…


Added by Tyler Fox on December 28, 2011 at 1:54am — No Comments

Spring Fever


Every spring the immense area know as Quebec gives up its icy and snowy grasp on the land, flooding its many large volume rivers. This huge amount of water combined with Quebec's rugged geography produces some of the World's largest standing waves. With a some patients and a bit of luck this can be everything you've been looking for.

Stakeout ... isn't a new concept, paddlers have been on stakeouts since forever. Its basic concept is, to be in an area waiting for the correct…


Added by Tyler Fox on December 13, 2011 at 1:35am — No Comments

California Sunshine !!

After 2 years of failed / aborted Cali trips, I was finally able to pull it together. Everything came together, and on top of that Mother nature stepped up to the plate to play as well with a 200% snowpack in the Sierra's. 


In turn with my entire Cali season we hit the timing perfect!…


Added by Tyler Fox on September 21, 2011 at 3:27pm — No Comments

1st Descent Waihi Stream, NZ's sickest

Waihi Stream is a Kayaker's dream, a 1km stretch of whitewater that drops 100m's over smooth Papa (A soft, clay like rock found in abundance on NZ's east coast), with road acess put-in and take-out. Josh Neilson and Matt Danes had scouted this Jem a couple years back and have been waiting for a rain event big enough to over-flow the dam at the put-in.

I had arrived in New Zealand the day before and as always the boys were fired up to see another familar face back in…


Added by Tyler Fox on December 15, 2010 at 6:17pm — No Comments

CURRENTS - Episode 8 - Thailand

This past August I joined, Louise Urwin, Josh Neilson and Toni George for an incredible adventure thorough Thailand. Our primary goal was to search out and paddle new & old whitewater runs and hidden waterfalls of this jungle paradise, while completely imersing ourselves in the rich culture. However, my trip had a secondary purpose.

While there I was lucky enought to meet with Ply Pirom a 'Toxic Compaign Manager' for Green Peace, who informed me of a very serious problem… Continue

Added by Tyler Fox on December 8, 2010 at 1:40am — No Comments


This past year has been a very good one for myself. I've been able to paddle pretty much full tilt the entire year in a wide variety of locations, BC, Quebec, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, USA and the giant waves of the Ottawa & Saint Lawrence Rivers.

Throughout the year I've been working with Five 2 Nine productions on a web based TV documentary called "CURRENTS" (to watch episodes of currents visit: www.five2nine.ca ). The first… Continue

Added by Tyler Fox on November 2, 2010 at 6:08pm — No Comments

CURRENTS - Episode 6 - The Kimberley, Australia

This past winter I was fortunate enough to join an international group of 11 paddlers, to complete a 22 day expedition down Australia's largest river system, the Fitzroy River and its main tributaries. The Goal of our trip was to explore and document this regions vast and secluded beauty, rich cultural heritage and environment importance. Our hope is that by showcasing this areas values and the problems that are threatening it we will be able to create some awareness, and in turn gain… Continue

Added by Tyler Fox on September 16, 2010 at 8:00am — No Comments

First Descents in Thailand

Tyler Fox First Descent of Haew Suwat Falls, Thailand - Photo Josh Neilson

One of the biggest appeals of going to Thailand, for myself, was the fact that not much was really known about paddling there. Several crews of paddlers have ventured here in the past, but there seemed to be so much more whitewater to discover. And one of my big drives for this season was to get out into these “unknown” areas and do… Continue

Added by Tyler Fox on September 14, 2010 at 8:00am — 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

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