Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


WATCH: Extreme Kayaking – These Two Are Crazy!

This looks insane!

YouTube/Viral Hog

Everyone remembers what they were doing on the 15th April 2018… well, at least these two do.

On that day, in Asheville, North Carolina, USA, Ryan McAvoy and Michael Ferraro kayaked over the High Falls. The footage taken by the pair is insane. The men do it for the sheer love of the thrill. They do not get paid for their kayaking, so all they do is just out of pure passion.

Credit: Viral Hog

The footage is magnificent as the water rapidly descends, the kayak flies down with it. There is a moment that you hold your breath as boat bounces as it hits the water and rocks at the bottom. But the crazy screams and cheers of having beat the Falls overtake that moment.

Would you ever attempt something as crazy as this?

This video just shows pure enjoyment for the hobbies people have. The adrenaline rush must be unforgettable.

How about something less extreme? Like the world’s longest zip line!

Written By

You May Also Like


By offering them in exchange for taking their pledge against hatred, UF Hillel is fighting antisemitism one bagel at a time.


Moving forward, Republican voters and lawmakers must define "pro-life" for their party.


Another bogus public lawsuit from Trump backfired in his face... and this one is large!


Global warming is fueling extreme weather


Hear ye, hear ye, for a price, you can become a lord, lady, or laird in the mystical land of Scotland... or can you?


Leaving England just after 22:00, the jet suffered an 'anomaly', according to the company, and shortly returned to base.


Kevin McCarthy's journey from Bakersfield to becoming Washington, D.C.


Astronomers have found new research that suggests there may be a secret ninth planet orbiting in the depths of our solar system.


Thousands of Britains are using communal spaces known as warm banks to stave off the cold as heating their own homes has become unaffordable.


Taliban Afghanistan’s attempt to have a generation of uneducated women has met international and domestic pressure.