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The Cheese House Whitewater Creek Kayak Race

New Years Eve, January 31, 2013. A colourful array of kayaks float down the Bridge to Baeza section of the Rio Quijos. The sound of hulls smashing down on the aerated water resonates across the river as paddlers soar off boof rocks. Huge smiles accompanied by fist pumps and hoots create a atmosphere of pure […]

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Ecuador Photography Part two- Randy Speers

      The second collection of photographic images from Endless Adventure International Guide Randy Speers              

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First Annual Quijos River Race.

  Tres, dos, uno! With the countdown over, four paddlers spring forward, bows surging up, and as one of the racers takes his first stroke a bucket load of water drenches a surprised teenage boy behind him . Racers displace water as boats wiggle along the foot deep flatwater section. One of the middle paddlers […]

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Ecuador River Beta

  Since I first started paddling in Ecuador I was amazed at the number of quality river runs of all levels and styles.  Looking at a topo map of the country is like a spider web of endless paddling possibilities.  From the Quijos Valley with almost eighty kilometres of  whitewater to the Napo Valley  with […]

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