For the Spring 2014 issue, Nelson-based photographer David R. Gluns gathered his waterproof bags and joined a group of 10 other experienced white-water adventurers on the Toad River. The waterway in northeastern B.C. is as rambunctious as it is remote and few choose to tackle its rapids in non-motorized craft. Gluns documented the group’s 90-kilometre journey from the Alaska Highway to the Toad’s terminus, and another 25 (more relaxing) kilometres along the Liard River. Enjoy these bonus images from the expedition.
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