I’m still working on the post for last week’s trip, but here is something to tide you over until then. All the forces of nature conspired to make the Quijos River and the Oyacachi River just high enough (but not too high) to render the “Thing” at their confluence surfable.
Archive | February, 2008
February 2nd-10th a group of paddlers from all across the US converged on Ecuador to tackle some of the country’s most classic creeks. Water levels and energy levels cooperated and made for an outstanding week of paddling.We ran 2 sections of the Quijos River, the Oyacachi River, Piatua, Upper Jondachi, and 2 sections of the […]
Small World Adventures just finished our first and best rafting trip of 2008. We had a good crew of folks from TX, IL, CT, and CO here for the week (or part of the week in Chris and Christy’s case), and we got to see some amazing parts of Ecuador from the comfort of our […]
We love going exploring Ecuador´s whitewater whenever we get the chance, and we are continually amazed at how many hundreds of rivers there still are to be explored in this small country. After taking the Pueblo rafting and a spending a few days in Quito taking care of business, we only had 3 days left […]