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In the video, Serrasolses paddles through a glacier stream and icy caves. Eventually, he exits the glacier with a 20-meter drop down a waterfall. That’s more than 65 feet. The entire clip looks absolutely bone-chilling.
Unsurprisingly, the clip comes from Norway.
As you can expect, a lot of comments mention Serrasolses’ lack of gloves and amazement at how cold the water must be:
”Is this the coolest kayaking video ever made? I think yes,” and “His face when he went diving must have hurt so bad,” are some of the responses.
Serrasolses is originally from Spain and uses his passion of kayaking to travel around the world for adventures like this.
Check out this other clip where he tackles an even larger waterfall.
Feeling cold? Here’s the Outdoors.com guide to keeping warm:
- Stay dry – Your layers should be able to wick moisture from your body while also keeping you dry from the elements.
- Mittens over gloves – Having your fingers together helps keep your hands warmer.
- Protect your core – When it comes to the cold, the most critical part of your body is your core. Having enough layers and protecting your vital organs is key.
- Stay hydrated – This may sound like a no-brainer, but people often forget to drink water in the cold. Being hydrated allows your body to stay regulated.
Would you try kayaking in such a cold place?