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Gerd Serrasolses

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Name: Gerd Serrasolses
Date registered: December 6, 2012

Latest posts

  1. A Season in the USA: Part Two — December 2, 2019
  2. A Season in the USA: Part One — September 20, 2019
  3. The North Fork Championship 2015 — June 25, 2015
  4. Gerd Serrasolses 2014 year review — February 5, 2015
  5. Rey del Río in México — December 8, 2014

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NZ living – South Island

I’ve been in New Zealand for over two months now, and time is flying here. It’s nice and warm, super beautiful, there’s paddling every day and long days working and paddling keep you so busy!  I flew mid november straight into Queenstown, where I met up with Dylan, JV, Shannon, Willz and Brendan. We paddled …

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AWP World Series Champion 2013

I’m super stoked about taking my first AWP World Series Title for 2013! The AWP World Series is the World Cup of Extreme Kayak Racing, a series of 6 events (3 in Europe and 3 in north America) that determine the overall winner at the end of the season. The AWP World Series have been …

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Grand Canyon of the Stikine video

Full Descent of the Grand Canyon of the Stikine in northern BC, Canada. For years the Stikine has been considered the Everest of kayaking. The remoteness and difficulty of it’s rapids makes any of the most hardcore kayakers scared. Follow the Serrasolses brothers as they embark on an epic journey for the 2nd full descent …

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Fall ’13: Stikine+Sick-Line+Green Race

After two weeks on the Stikine with the rest of the Sick-Line crew I finally flew home after almost a year of travels up and down the American continent. The Stikine is one of the best rivers I’ve ever paddled, almost 100km, 100 big water rapids, 3 to a few hours on the river, you …

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Remembering summer, beautiful BC!

It’s been a while since BC, however it feels good to think about it now. Summer in BC was great, a bit of work and lots of paddling. Cheakamus, Callaghan, Ashlu, Fear Canyon… and a lot more I couldn’t go to. This are just a few pics from the summer, super good times paddling around …

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Get excited, the new and third edition of the Pyranha BURN is finally here! I had the chance to paddle it for the last couple weeks and it’s an awesome boat! The boat is super easy to paddle and feels really smooth down the river and in and out of eddies. It tracks really well …

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Skookumchuck Narrows

Skookumchuck wave is located really close to Egmont at the Skookumchuck Narrows National Park. To get to Skook you take the ferry from Horse Shoe Bay to Gibsons and drive along the coast until you reach Egmont. It’s a really scenic and beautiful drive.   Skook is considered one of the best and smoothest waves …

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Kayak the World with SBP ep.2 – Kayak en México!

Check out some kayaking down in México!! Follow the SBP boys and their mental friends as they travel deep into a waterfall paradise in México. Enjoy some fine paddling from some of the best waterfalls mother nature has to offer, surrounded on all sides by thick jungle and banana fields.  Check out the episode on …

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4th Annual Callaghan Race 2013

The Callaghan river is about 14km out of Whistler, one of the most touristic/busiest towns I’m BC. Whistler is the ski mecca in the winter and for downhill and mountain bike in the summer, however there are many other things to do in this mountain village. The Callaghan flows from early season to mid summer …

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The Boise River Park

The Boise River Park is located right in downtown Boise. The Boise river flows through town next to a big park where people goes surfing, running, kayaking… It’s really cool to have something like this in a big city like Boise.    There are two features that can be totally adjusted regarding the flow and …

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