Expedition kayaker Scott Lindgren knocked off first descents of the most remote and dangerous rivers on earth, from the Himalayas to the Sierra. He paddled with an aggro attitude and saw weakness as an unforgivable trait in himself and others. But when a brain tumor started to derail his athletic performance and threaten his life, everything changed.
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It's not good enough to simply keep one with you while you're on the water. You've got to know how to work it.
The River of Sorrows almost never flows, due to a tricky confluence of climate change and water rights, but this year was different
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This film will leave you seeking out your next adventure—and it just might be on the shores of Hawaii
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