Kayaking Chile’s 115 Foot Waterfall

Paddling over the edge of a raging waterfall is something that not many human beings can comprehend. Whitewater kayaking is a very difficult sport to excel at and for good reason. At the age of 19, Aniol Serrasolses became the first person to take the plunge down the Puma Falls, a 115-ft waterfall in Chile on the River Fuy. He saw it the first time at a very young age, so it had been on his mind for a very long time.

During his first attempt, the raging torrent ejected him out of his kayak, but he proved that it was possible. Now he returns to conquer this beast as a more experienced paddler and who’s up for the challenge.

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