Extreme Expedition to Keyhole falls

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Keyhole Falls is one of the heaviest waterfalls to ever be descended by kayak.

Keyhole Falls are located along the Lillooet River in Pemberton, Canada. It is 115 feet high and it gets its name form its shape because it resembles a giant old-fashioned keyhole. It is also one of the most significant waterfalls in southern British Columbia by volume.

Aniol Serrasolses descends Keyhole Falls near Pemberton, Canada on October 9th, 2014.

Aniol Serrasolses descends Keyhole Falls near Pemberton, Canada on October 9th, 2014.

Pro kayakers Aniol Serrasolses makes and expedition to run the Keyhole Falls. The first attempt was called off due to excessive water flows, the second attempt happened in a very precarious way as the risk of a lifetime due to communications problems.

See the next page for a video that chronicles the preparation and actual plunge.

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