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Epic drop at Palouse Falls (2009)

Epic drop at Palouse Falls (2009)

Tyler Bradt runs the 186 ft. tall waterfall shattering the world record he had previously set

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Guest: aj (2452 days ago)
time saver: 1:33 is the drop
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time saver: 1:33 is the drop
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Guest: Guest (2215 days ago)
does anyone know the song at the end? please tell me i can't find it :(
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does anyone know the song at the end? please tell me i can't find it :(
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Guest: (2215 days ago)
does anyone know the song at the ende? i can't find it please help me
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does anyone know the song at the ende? i can't find it please help me
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Juniper Juniper (2452 days ago)
Bit anti-climatic when you can't really see him throughout the whole thing.
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Bit anti-climatic when you can't really see him throughout the whole thing.
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Searchguru Searchguru (2452 days ago)
Seems to me that once you've gone over the edge there's no skill involved. It's just luck that he didn't die.
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Seems to me that once you've gone over the edge there's no skill involved. It's just luck that he didn't die.
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glortman glortman (2451 days ago)
Maybe... I would guess your survival would depend on a) keeping the kayak pointing in the right direction for the duration of the fall, and b) righting the kayak after the fall, both of which I bet take no small amount of skill.
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Maybe... I would guess your survival would depend on a) keeping the kayak pointing in the right direction for the duration of the fall, and b) righting the kayak after the fall, both of which I bet take no small amount of skill.
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Guest: Paul W (2377 days ago)
Damn Right!
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Damn Right!
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Guest: NEIL (2223 days ago)
searchguru, you havnt a clue about the skill involved. Start kayaking and you'll quickly learn that it aint the easist thing in the world. Running a drop this big takes an immeasurable amount of balls and skill.
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searchguru, you havnt a clue about the skill involved. Start kayaking and you'll quickly learn that it aint the easist thing in the world. Running a drop this big takes an immeasurable amount of balls and skill.
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Guest: s.p.younger (1636 days ago)
Latest comment: think thats crazy me and a friend did the falls without a boat.
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Latest comment: think thats crazy me and a friend did the falls without a boat.
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Guest: John (2452 days ago)
Add a turbine to it = one less nuclear fuel station
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Add a turbine to it = one less nuclear fuel station
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Guest: Blake (2271 days ago)
Ok so how many of you guys actually kayak? searchguru, there is a ton of skill involved. I kayak and i know the skills involved to run a waterfall and even one of this height requires a ton of skill.
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Ok so how many of you guys actually kayak? searchguru, there is a ton of skill involved. I kayak and i know the skills involved to run a waterfall and even one of this height requires a ton of skill.
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