Kayak World Record Waterfall Descent: 186 Feet
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Tyler Bradt set a new world record for the highest kayak waterfall descent. On April 21, 2009 he successfully kayaked 186-foot (57 m) Palouse Falls.

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The freefall lasted approximately four seconds. Bradt had previously been the world record holder for his 2007 kayak descent of 107-foot (33 m) Alexandra Falls on the Hay River in the Northwest Territories.   Map   More
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