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River Orchy Scotland

River Orchy Scotland

Denali Alaska Whitewater Rafting-Soo much fun!!  MIss you Ang, Jo-jo, Reuben and everyone!!!

Denali Alaska Whitewater Rafting-Soo much fun!! MIss you Ang, Jo-jo, Reuben and everyone!!!

River Allan Stirlingshire

River Allan Stirlingshire

Opal Creek in Oregon. USA   - Explore the World, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Opal Creek in Oregon. USA - Explore the World, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

Only for daredevils, kayaking this near-uncharted river involves Class V+ whitewater, a 16,000 foot gorge, and views of Mt Everest. Yarlung Tsangpo, Tibet. #JetsetterCurator

Only for daredevils, kayaking this near-uncharted river involves Class V+ whitewater, a 16,000 foot gorge, and views of Mt Everest. Yarlung Tsangpo, Tibet. #JetsetterCurator

Don't try this at home, or do... Come explore the outdoors with us - The Kayak Academy.   White water kayak, river, waterfall, paddle, outdoors, adventure, The Kayak Academy

Don't try this at home, or do... Come explore the outdoors with us - The Kayak Academy. White water kayak, river, waterfall, paddle, outdoors, adventure, The Kayak Academy

The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, in Wrexham County Borough in Britain, was built between 1795 and 1805 to carry the Ellesmere Canal over the valley of the River Dee to link the coal mines of Denbighshire to the national canal system during the Industrial Revolution. It was one of the world's greatest engineering achievements of the time. For more than 200 years, it is the longest and highest aqueduct in Britain, and currently a World Heritage Site.

The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, in Wrexham County Borough in Britain, was built between 1795 and 1805 to carry the Ellesmere Canal over the valley of the River Dee to link the coal mines of Denbighshire to the national canal system during the Industrial Revolution. It was one of the world's greatest engineering achievements of the time. For more than 200 years, it is the longest and highest aqueduct in Britain, and currently a World Heritage Site.

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