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FA Kayakers Battle Jungle Vines and Diverse Whitewater to Descend Rio Mambukaba
Posted on October 18, 2011

Chris Korbulic recaps a five-day descent of the Rio Mambukaba in the Brazilian jungle.

Darin McQuoid Gets First-Hand Look at Tsunami Destruction on Japan Kayak Expedition
Posted on June 14, 2011

Story and photos by Darin McQuoid Things were lining up perfectly for 16 days kayaking with friends in a well-developed country that hides a surprising amount of un-run rivers. With the world’s third largest economy and stable political conditions, what can go wrong?


Chris Korbulic Interviews With Mountainfilm About His Photo Tribute to Hendri Coetzee
Posted on May 20, 2011

First Ascent kayaker Chris Korbulic talks with Mountainfilm about his photo gallery in tribute to the late Hendri Coetzee.

Chris Korublic Takes Advantage of Rare, Ideal Conditions for First Descent of Toketee Falls
Posted on April 30, 2011

By Chris Korbulic Alone—as I slid down the loose canyon wall, kayak on my shoulder, 60 meters of climbing rope in my hand—I felt like I might be doing something I should not.

Darin McQuoid and Friends Net a Kayaking First Descent in the California Snow
Posted on March 27, 2011

By Darin McQuoid Who would have thought, two first descents in one week and both in the mecca of kayaking, California. It’s normal for our schedules to be dictated by weather in this wonderful sport.


Ben Stookesberry Does the Math, Walks Away From a Kayak Descent Record Attempt
Posted on March 25, 2011

Story by Ben Stookesberry; photos by Chris Korbulic Twenty-six days into the filming of the Brazilian reality TV series, I am standing at the brink of a 40-meter monster. My stance is as wide and as stable as possible, to compensate for the red Jasper at edge of the drop

Chris Korbulic Balances Safety with Success at Venezuelan Falls
Posted on March 24, 2011

Story and photos by Chris Korbulic You win some. You lose some. Such is life, such is the story of adventure, and of filming a kayaking television series. Sometimes it’s difficult to see the difference between a win and a loss