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Happy Fathers day! @dlcoulter we need more pictures together.

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Throwback to 2015. The day I met @brggsy. 📷: @zaplipzach

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Wow what a playground the South Fork of the American River is. The waters are raging! 5500 CFS had me paddling for my life this evening. Thank you @dpetersen for leading the way! I’m a dingus and forgot the SD card to my GoPro so no footy.

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My Oregon cliff jumping edit will be released on my YouTube tomorrow at noon! 102ft flips on deck get ready! 📸: @dreviac

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If I had a picture that summarizes everything that makes me happy well this is it. Check @chai_enne out tomorrow night on TV competing on anwnation!! 📸: @robert.wall

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It’s pretty neat seeing friends unlock more freedom by building out travel rigs. Here’s @johnnybbooyy’s rig under the Oregon stars along with one sendy crew. Hey ultimate rig boys let’s assemble soon ok? 🚐

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I’ve accepted that cliff jumping generally has a bad rep. Too many people get hurt to make it a legitimate respectable activity. For years now any time a video of ours go viral, the top comments are from Nancy or Karen giving their piece of mind. “This is reckless.” “You’re ruining nature for the rest of us.” “It’s not worth this risk.” “Good way to get yourself killed.” “Others will get hurt by copying you.” “You’re disrespecting the waterfalls.” The negativity goes on and on. Well you know what? That’s ok. We love what we do and have no intention to stop maximizing what we are capable of. It’s unfortunate so many people get hurt, but they need to know what they’re skill level is before attempting something dangerous. You can’t take shortcuts when learning air awareness. In the end it’s our passion and the rewards are worth the risk. Shout out to those who enjoy our videos and support us.❤️📸: @dreviac P.S. Wait until you see this GoPro POV at 240fps 😈

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For those who have stood on top of Abiqua contemplating a jump, you know the weird dark energy that exists up there. Looking up from the bottom you think oh ok that’s not too bad. Then glancing down from up top it’s a different story. The water is just so dark and eerie! Your heart starts racing. Cold gusts of wind slice through your wetsuit. Knowing there are hidden boulders under the surface of the water adds to the nerves. “Land in front of the waterfall. To the left and right is too shallow.” Countless rocks were thrown off to really time in our minds how slow to rotate in the air and to plan out our trajectory to avoid shallow areas. Once my feet took off from that cliff it was instant relief knowing muscle memory will take control from here. Thank you @huckstermcgee for the fattest of the fattest photo. 🔥 Warning to anyone who is inspired to jump. PLEASE DEPTH CHECK. There are some serious underwater hazards on this jump. For those who have seen Flow State you know what I mean.

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Hot spring waterfall pit stop. 12 more miles to go! 📸: loganlatulippe

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The last time these waterfalls ran was seven years ago. This depth check was by far the trickiest yet. Boulders everywhere, but the boys made it happen. Expect to see one of the most unique edits yet. #SENT 🌵🔥🌊

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Word around this place is it flows like this once every 10 years. the cliffs range up to 75 feet with ideal take offs. After scoping out the depth of the pool, we decided it’s a green light. The jumping continues tomorrow. Thank you for all the birthday wishes! Excited to be spending it out here! 🌵 🌊

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What a treat. 🔥💦

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Life is good

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Who travels to different countries just to jump off things I really don’t understand. Get a grip. 📸: @huckstermcgee

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I like the unknown. I like mystery. 📸: @zaplipzach

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Haters will say the last picture is fake. #lakeberryessa #gloryhole

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One of my all time favorite photos. Thank you @jakeofalltrades808 for this! Now my next goal. A standing backflip.

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Slot canyon straight jumps. Whatever you do, don’t jump too far. 😬

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FINALLY have access to fast WIFI. For all of those who think I have filmed a clip of you and would like me to send it your way let me know! I’ve been bad the past few years because every where my computer goes is a black hole for WiFi and cell service. So yea what trip? What angle? What flip of yours? Let me know! Before I go back to interment speeds from Windows 95. 🎥: @graham_merwin and @robert.wall

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Tropical storm sends. I need a road trip to a waterfall as soon as possible. 💦

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Welcome to my house on wheels! I bought this Tioga with every component fully functional, but it needed some major work. Here is many months of renovation in under 3 minutes. As for the engine it currently has 39k miles on it. If you have any questions about techniques or products I used feel free to ask! #houseonwheels #operationtioga

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Dec. 8th 2018. 1 month later #campfire

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Anyone skiing at @sierra_at_tahoe this year? Having a hard time convincing myself to spend a fortune at Squaw this year. 🎿 📷: @huckstermcgee

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Stay tuned for “Canadamp”. Almost finished! 💦📷: @judahengle

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One flip down, one more to go. What started out as a motion blur when I first began learning double backflips, has now become complete vivid imagery as I rotate. In this exact frame taken by @93tillinfiniti I am locking my eyes on the cliff below me trying not to freak out after still seeing only rocks due to the massive gap. Boring stuff who cares. 🦂🇨🇦 #otvadventures

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As I take my single backflip higher and higher, I occasionally sprawl out my legs. I still have no answer as to why I do that other than maybe I feel if I open up I can create more wind drag similar to slowing down your descent while sky diving. What matters most is having my arms by my side ready to throw up for emergency brakes in case of a miscalculation. Revisiting my favorite waterfall ever in less than a week. Can you guess what boring trick I have planned? 📷: @ryan_kitt

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Hey isn’t that water color neat? 💎💎

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Canada was too epic for an edit. The short film teaser is in my bio! 📷: @gilashark #canadamp #teaser #documentary

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Weeee 📷: @93tillinfiniti

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We’ll be back. 🇨🇦♥️

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Waterfalls for actual days. 🌊🌊

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🌲⛰🌊🇨🇦

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Most nerve racking double backflip yet. Not only a FAT GAP, but a precision hole to land in. 📷: @heatherrcaplann #canadamp 🦂🇨🇦

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This place is heaven. ⛰🌲🌊📷: @heatherrcaplann

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Neatness. 📷: @chai_enne

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It’s DEEP

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She’s a natural. 📷: @huckstermcgee 🌲🌲🌊🌊

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For those who don’t know, someone passed away last weekend jumping this waterfall. I can’t help but feel terrible about it. This jump is still very vivid in my mind. Seeing a white wall close in behind me right before entering a wormhole was unreal. The impact was HARD. I can only imagine what was going through his mind before impact. PLEASE BE SAFE. Have people in the water. Wear a life jacket. Train for these heights. It took me years to build up to this height. Don’t take shortcuts! Expect to see me and the crew be more proactive about disclaimers in future videos. 😔📷: @zaplipzach #131ft

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TWO BROS....

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LARGE 🦂🌲📷: @benjamin_alden

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Favorite place in NorCal? Favorite default photo ever? Well... This. Another round in gorge coming soon! 📷: @zaplipzach #helpmyface

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Living over 7000ft for the past year has done wonders for me in terms of mountaineering. This climb was a lot easier than what I remember a few years back. Shoutout to @chai_enne and @93tillinfiniti for doing a stellar job on their first 14er! 📷: @huckstermcgee

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Traditional game of wine pong at base camp. 📷: @chai_enne ⛺️ 🍷 ⛰ ❄️

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Waterfalls are my favorite thing in the world in case you all haven’t noticed. 🌊🌲#pnw