River Ure - Aysgarth Falls

North of the Trent drainage, flowing to the North Sea
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River Ure - Aysgarth Falls

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Re: River Ure - Aysgarth Falls

Post by Lancs_lad » Fri Aug 02, 2013 4:36 pm

Vid showing the falls at 1.3 on the rainchaser gauge.Aysgarth falls

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Re: River Ure - Aysgarth Falls

Post by chrismacdonaldkayak » Mon Jul 18, 2016 10:35 am


0.26 on the gauge. All the falls runnable. first one small shoot far left. second one slide down the middle left, just try and keep flat and lean forward and push off rocks with paddle to line up. mate didn't line up nearly got took a big impact with the helmet. i was fine. the last drops the big one. go left first drops then paddle like mad to right then boof into the very little boiling water. i was fine. elbow pads did take a big impact.
kit used by me. waka tuna (the new one) shred ready full face, shred ready elbow pads.
kit used by my mate. 661 elbow pads. burn 3, sweet rocker (not full face).
enjoy BUT BE CAREFUL NO SHAME IN WALKING I PROBALY WON'T RUN IT AGAIN AT THAT LEVEL BUT IT WAS AWESOME. ROCKS HURT, AND YOU WILL TAKE SOME DECENT IMPACT OFF THEM.
THIS IS ADVICE FOR PEOPLE WHO WISH TO RUN IT. DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK.
but i found it awesome.
cheers :)

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