Tag Archives: Rafting

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While it seemed like everyone else in town was bunkering down for the weekend because of the stormy weather, Bend boaters were psyched to get out and play. The day started off with the crew running Steelhead Falls. Kevin Trow did an R1 over the falls with his Hyside Mini Max and ended up having […]

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Opal Creek is mind numbingly beautiful in addition to being a stellar intermediate class IV whitewater run on the Little North Santiam River in Oregon. Here are some photos of a quick day trip we did last weekend. Featuring paddlers: Jason Flannery, Nathan Webb, Kevin Trow, Sean Naugle. Thanks for the rad day guys! ~Sean  

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Lower Opal Creek, Oregon. A fun intermediate whitewater class IV run into the land of Narnia. This place is seriously eye burningly gorgeous. Here are some highlights from a helmet mounted GoPro, enjoy Paddlers: Jason Flannery, Nathan Webb, Kevin Trow, Sean Naugle Music by: Machin’

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Dillon Falls on the Deschutes River is an absolutely gorgeous spot to check out. It was exciting filming athletes: Orion Junkins, Scott Baker, Nick Birdseye, and Jason Flannery run the falls. Here are some of favorite pics from our session last week.   For the complete gallery and to order prints: click here ~Sean

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Salmon Falls R1, Class V Athlete: Aaron Erdrich   Upper Salmon Falls, Class V+ (Expert) This is a very dangerous rapid. Whatever you do….DO NOT get stuck behind that huge boulder river right of the falls. Lower Salmon Falls, Class V Photos by: Geneva Damico and Sean Naugle A Day on the Kern River By […]

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The Kern was finally flowing after a three year drought and friends Aaron Erdrich, Casey Tracht, and the Boling sisters charged some whitewater goodness on the Upper Kern.

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