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"Paddling towards a 100-foot horizon is one of the craziest feelings in this world. For the two-three seconds that you are in the air…it feels like flying.”

Liam Fournier followed Edward Muggridge's journey to paddle 100-foot Ram Falls. Mentored by world-class kayaker, Aniol Serrasolses, ROAD TO 100 takes us deeper into the attempts and the failures, the anxieties and the skills involved in successfully running massive waterfalls.

Waka Kayaks | Torryd | #DrawnToWater

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3 weeks ago

You can't "off the couch" a hundred-footer. It takes progression. It takes research. And sometimes, the stars just have to align.

ROAD TO 100, goes beyond the horizon line and into the prep, the setbacks and the stoke of one kayaker's journey to run 100-foot Ram Falls. Full film dropping Thursday.

Liam Fournier | Edward Muggridge | Aniol Serrasolses | Waka Kayaks | Torryd | #DrawnToWater

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3 weeks ago

"When I was a kid on the farm we had a fairly large pond with an old rowboat in it. And I rowed that rowboat a lot. I enjoyed just rowing in circles around the pond."

With a character like Herm Hoops in front of the camera, we know Rig To Flip's film The Salad Days is going to be worth the watch. Don't believe us, check out the teaser and try to tell us you don't want to know more about this third generation Herman Hoops who's dedicated his life to river running and Desolation Canyon.

Read about Herm's 123rd Deso trip on Duct Tape Diaries:

#DrawnToWater #rigtoflip #BLMWild

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3 weeks ago

Falling in love at a young age, Herm Hoops dedicated his life to Desolation Canyon. Retired from a professional career as a ranger, educator and interpreter in Dinosaur National Monument, Herm's affair with the Green River is as strong as ever, even as he battles cancer.

Toting five oxygen tanks and a jerry-rigged lawnmower battery to power them, Herm set off on his 123rd trip through Desolation Canyon, determined to row his own boat the entire way.

Rig To Flip | Whitney Chandler | #DrawnToWater

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3 weeks ago

There's a reason Iceland makes the Top # Places to Travel year after year. And for kayakers, the reasoning is pretty simple: waterfalls. But you don't even have to be a kayaker to appreciate this edit.

Nick Troutman | #TeamNRS

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3 weeks ago

Write, raft, relax, repeat. Until it's too hot, then pick up a rock and retreat into the cool waters of the Main Salmon River. Although Kitty Galloway​ may have begun her day contemplating a writing assignment, sometimes we learn more by not doing our 'homework.'

"Lessons from the Salmon River" is a short piece crafted on the banks of the Salmon last summer during a unique multi-day river trip and writing workshop. It's a retreat centered around cultivating your creative spirit, honing your skills, and sharing fireside chats with leading conservationists, adventurers, and storytellers.

This summer, Freeflow Institute​ is once again offering courses on the Salmon River as well as Utah's Green River and the Blackfoot and Yellowstone Rivers in Montana.

PSA: American Whitewater​ is offering two scholarships to emerging outdoor communicators. Deadline for applications is April 15.
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4 weeks ago

Sometimes what happens off the river during an expedition is just as special as what happens on the water.

“Retracing a First Descent on the Rio Apurimac,” tells only one part of the story. Be sure to watch the film, THE RIVER’S CALL from We Are Hungry, premiering Thursday on NRS Europe.

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1 month ago

It's Friday. Fridays aren't for working. Fridays are for reading about really epic adventures and then spending the rest of the day figuring out how to recreate it.

Mountain Mind Media | Brendan Wells | #MountainMind | #DrawnToWater

What draws us to water is what drives us at NRS. Dedicated to providing the equipment, expertise and inspiration that empowers adventure on the water.
Company overview
What draws us to water is what drives us at NRS. Dedicated to providing the equipment, expertise and inspiration that empowers adventure on the water.
NRS was founded on the idea that a positive approach to business could enhance the lives of its community of stakeholders while outperforming the cynical and exploitative practices of many conventional companies. This basic principle guides every aspect of our business, from product development to marketing to sales. Everything we do, and every decision we make, is focused on creating value for our customers, business partners and communities.

Since manufacturing the first purpose-built dry bag for boaters back in 1974, the NRS name has stood for rugged, reliable equipment built to the standards of our toughest customers: professional outfitters and guides. Outfitters around the world rely on NRS boats, frames, life jackets, apparel and accessories to keep their customers safe, their guides productive and their businesses healthy day after day, season after season.

Our legacy for providing professional-grade equipment informs every new NRS product design through a philosophy we call Ultimate Utility. Ultimate utility is about more than building rugged gear that gets the job done. It’s about purpose-driven, user-focused solutions that enhance experiences on the water. It’s about versatility for changing conditions and multiple activities, with the technical sophistication and visual appeal of the best outdoor gear for any sport. We design all our products in-house in Moscow, Idaho, and we use the gear we build.

At our Moscow, Idaho headquarters you’ll find passionate rafters, whitewater kayakers, sea kayakers, stand up paddlers, kayak anglers and fly fishermen whose lives and livelihoods are intimately connected with water. Our future depends on healthy waters where our customers and we can recreate, recharge and reconnect with nature.

We’re committed to preserving access to on-the-water recreation and to promoting stewardship of our precious wild places. We work closely with national organizations and local groups throughout the world to help take care of our rivers, lakes and oceans.
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