The Cuddy Crawler is the ultimate cooler for outdoor activities. It has four heavy-duty wheels that can roll over various hard terrain, and its boat-shaped design lets it float alongside you in the water. With four built-in drink holders, a split lid, and a 6-foot tow strap, it’s perfect for tubing and kayaking. It holds up to 30 cans and 20 pounds of ice.
During the winter, whitewater kayaker Aniol Serrasolses took his one-man boat to the summit of a Chilean volcano, then rode it down the snowy slope – descending from its peak on the powder at speeds up to 100 km/h, or about 62 mph. If that’s not enough, he hit the rapids and pulled a double-kickflip maneuver at the bottom.
We’ve never been to Norway, but now that we’ve seen this video by Tomasz Furmanek, we really want to go there and float in a kayak. Take one minute out of your busy day to enjoy this relaxing tour of the fjords and western coastal areas of the country. The 60fps hypersmooth slow-motion GoPro footage really adds to the immersion.
Get a unique perspective on a rusted out shipwreck, as a kayaker takes us on a slow float through the submerged innards of the Evangelia Shipwreck, which rests on Romania’s Black Sea coast. It’s surprisingly relaxing, but we can only imagine how creepy it would be in the dark.