Paddling enthusiast Larry Pynn has a penchant for wild and remote waterways. For years he longed to pit himself against the tempestuous Toad River—and recently he got his chance. Along with photographer David R. Gluns, Pynn joined a group of nine white-water adventurers for a self-guided, multi-day journey. From their launch point along the Alaska Highway, the paddlers traced the Toad 90 kilometres to its terminus, and another 25 along the Liard River. Along the way, Pynn captured the journey in these short video clips.
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