What it’s like to kayak down a snowy mountain at 100km/h

Last September, Spanish athlete Aniol Serrasolses travelled at nearly 100km/h down a snowy mountain descent in his kayak for 25 kilometres, ending the run by flipping off a waterfall. The run down Chile’s Villarrica volcano was an incredible blend of snow and water sports, in partnership with Red Bull.

Serrasolses performed tricks and jumps off rocks along the snowy descent at high speed, before cutting through the forest floor and ending in the river below. Once in the water, he performed a world first double kickflip off a waterfall before ending up in the open water totally unscathed.

Not all of his tricks went entirely to plan. In a trial run,

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