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Dudh Kosi

DUDH KOSI – Video
(Canoeing Down Everest)
At thefoot of the highest mountain on earth a team of British canoeists put their kayaks into the freezing waters of the Dudh Kosi river that springs from the Khumbu Icefall to canoe the 90 miles of fast~flowing rapids to the Sun Kosi.

With the river running unusually high and at over 30 miles an hour in places, the canoeists battle with waterfalls, whirlpools and giant waves where the slightest mistake could be fatal.

After three days’ paddling, a canoe is jammed under a huge stopper and the canoeist is swept into the freezing and relentless waters. There is only one chance to save him before he is sucked beneath the waves for the last time.

“That’s the best adventure film I have ever seen.” – Doug Scott – First British mountaineer to climb Everest.

Produced by Leo Dickinson & HTV

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