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Joe Rea-Dickins

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Name: Joe Rea-Dickins
Date registered: April 20, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Getting the nack for the Mach – Pyranha Machno Review — August 28, 2017
  2. Meghalaya 2016 — December 21, 2016
  3. The Pyranha 9R Large: My New Favourite Kayak — October 14, 2016
  4. Spare 2 Minutes to Help Save One of the Best Sections in Wales :) — May 22, 2015
  5. British Universities Creek Race 2015 — April 28, 2015

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I’ve just got back from an incredible time in the Alps. If you can’t be bothered reading about it scroll down for the video… It all started out in Italy, which was great fun. Lots of small slides and drops. I was joining Dom Burrow who had already been there for a while so within …

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British Universities Creek Race – Video

As Baino mentioned in an earlier post, Pyranha were up in Glen Etive for a sweet weekend of boating for the British Universities Creek Race. Video Time!!!


Weekend breaks out of Delhi

I’ve never been much of a city boy, so when I moved to Delhi in November I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect. Fortunately I have been working for a sick new magazine covering all kinds of outdoors sports, had a sweet pad and wasn’t actually that far from the Himalaya. I could finish work …

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Back to Meghalaya

After an epic trip to Meghalaya last year, picking a destination for this year was pretty easy. Last year we turned up having done no research and found gold, so along with a year of google earth reserach myself and my brother headed back, joined in three stages by Barry Loughnane, Moe Kelleher and Chris …

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Three Seasons in the UK

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I LOVE boating in the UK. It might get cold, and levels are never reliable, but when you have a good day out they’re always the best. Also, unlike most other countries we have boating all year round, so long as we get the rain. I’ve …

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The Kynshi

In just over a week I’ll be flying out to India for a return trip to Meghalaya. In an attempt to pass the time I’ve put together a video of our first and second descents of the Kynshi river last year. In my mind the Kynshi holds the best whitewater alonside the most beautiful scenery …

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Summer Loving in Wales

Its been another stereotypical British summer this year. After a surprising amount of nice weather the rain finally came along. Unfortunately I’ve been working most of the summer, so whenever the rain has come I’ve just headed to Betws-y-Coed for the good old Fairy Glen, pretty much a sure thing whenever it is wet. Obviously …

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High Water Gilgit

Its just over a year now since we put on our first section of the Gilgit river, and this got me reminiscing. Whilst it is conventionally run in spring or autumn when it is blue and has a boulder garden feel, at high water it takes on a completely different style. Its massive, swolen and …

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Exploring Uttarakhand

At the end of the monsoon last year a group of us headed to Uttarakhand, India. We were expecting to jump on the classics but it quickly transpired that there was so much more to do than what is commonly done. This video features the first descents of the East and West Nayyar and the …

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Read and run fun in Pakistan

Pakistan has some very scary sections of whitewater in the summer months. However, tucked away amongst the crazy are some of my favorite sections anywhere in the world. I made a little video featuring what I consider to be the best four that I did last year:   Joe

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