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10 things you probably shouldn't do in a kayak (videos)
The videos below demonstrate some of the best (and worst), and some of the cleverest (and stupidest) stunts anyone has ever attempted in a kayak.
Whale-watching can be an amazing, relaxing experience. It can also be a terrifying, body-crushing experience if a whale decides to breach ... and land on top of you.
Buoyancy is one of the traits that make kayaks special. Therefore, jumping off the high dive in a kayak may have repercussions.
Just add water. Seriously: water + kayaks. They're made for each other.
Pro tip: do NOT add a long, bumpy stair case to the mix. It will end badly.
Who said you need water to kayak? These innovators figured out how to kayak -- while staying completely dry. Introducing "Urban Kayaking!"
Kayaking is an Olympic sport. Gymnastics is an Olympic sport. Why not merge the two for one extreme sport: kayak-nastics?
Snow is water, after all, so these kayakers aren't taking too many liberties with the sport. On the other hand, they are taking a lot of liberties with their bodies ... and with their fellow snowkayakers' bodies.
If you were thinking snowkayaking would be safer if you just removed other people ... think again. This guy breaks the world kayaking record by hurtling downhill at 46mph -- but does that seem safe to you?
Never kayak alone. Because there's no "alone" like the alone of being upside-down in the undertow of a waterfall.
Did we mention that you shouldn't kayak alone? Unfortunately, friends aren't always that much help, either.
Just keep it in the water and everything will be okay. Right?
Well... "okay" means different things to different people. Check out this last clip for a montage of some of the best kayaking wipeouts, rolls, and tooth-rattling splashes.
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