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Gerd Serrasolses

Author's details

Name: Gerd Serrasolses
Date registered: December 6, 2012
URL: http://www.kayakgerd.blogspot.com

Latest posts

  1. How To Make the Most of Your Local Run — March 2, 2021
  2. A Season in the USA: Part Two — December 2, 2019
  3. A Season in the USA: Part One — September 20, 2019
  4. The North Fork Championship 2015 — June 25, 2015
  5. Gerd Serrasolses 2014 year review — February 5, 2015

Author's posts listings

02
Mar

How To Make the Most of Your Local Run

Travelling abroad is a little more complicated than what it used to be at the moment, however here are a few of my favorite things to do on my local run to ensure I make the most out of it while having fun, staying fit, and making sure I’m ready for when I finally get to travel and kayak some new rivers!

02
Dec

A Season in the USA: Part Two

No doubt, California is one of the best places for kayaking on the planet and I cannot wait to go back!

20
Sep

A Season in the USA: Part One

After spending the Winter in Sort doing some slalom and a few river-runs whenever they released some water, I was looking forward to paddling on some good whitewater in the US.

25
Jun

The North Fork Championship 2015

The second weekend of June was the date, the IV North Fork Championship was going down in Banks, Idaho. The North Fork of the Payette is an awesome river that has 15 miles of amazing roadside whitewater. The water is warm, big and pushy making for lots of great rapids and hard moves. With the …

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05
Feb

Gerd Serrasolses 2014 year review

I guess you are normally supposed to do this before the year actually ends but I was busy traveling in southern Chile so I didn’t have time then. Here it is anyway! 2014 was a great year, super fun and almost 100% injury free with lots of kayaking on my favorite destinations! So stoked to be living this …

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08
Dec

Rey del Río in México

We just got back from the Rey del Río in México, an event organized by Altius and River Roots founded by the Mexican Government and the Board of tourism of México.  I was stoked to meet team mates Sam Sutton and Egor who had also flown in for the event. With another 25 of the …

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02
Dec

Chile Trip part 1

On late November I started a three day journey to Chile. Departing from Bracelona to New York and to Panamá for a couple days layover as my boat wasn’t allowed in the plane after making it all the way there… a day of paperwork and 400$ less and my boat was on its way via …

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08
Nov

The last few months…

The last few months have been non-stop, ending with a crazy unfortunate trip to Chile to finish it off! I spent July working as a raft guide in Whistler and paddling on the Cheak and Callaghan daily waiting for the Stikine to come in, which did and really early! August 2nd and we were getting …

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02
Jun

My White Water Grand Prix

For the first two weeks of May I went to Canada to paddle and compete at the White Water Grand Prix in Ontario and Quebec. The WWGP is a 6 stage competition (3 freestyle and 3 racing events) over 15 days on some of the biggest white water! I had been racing and doing quite …

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06
Apr

South Island and the PNW

For the last 15 days of our stay in NZ we decided to go down to the South Island to paddle on the West Coast and do a couple fun races. Unfortunately things didn’t go as planned with me getting hurt on the first race.     The day after we arrived was the Citroen …

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