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3 Durangoans in first group to kayak Peru’s Rio Huallaga
Evan Ross and Matt Wilson enjoy one of the many tributaries of the Pongo de Aguirre on the second day of the trip. The Pongo de Aguirre is a steep, gorge-filled stretch of the upper Rio Huallaga in Peru.
Mission Complete. Full Team From Left To Right: Ryan Casey, Ben Luck, Nate Klema, Matt Wilson, Evan Ross & Matthew Klema.
Courtesy Matthew Klema
Ben Luck paddling in gorge No. 3 on the group’s second day in the Pongo de Aguirre. Matthew Klema described this gorge as “the scary one.”
Matt Wilson negotiates a difficult rapid on day three while entering the steepest gorge of the Pongo de Aguirre. The Pongo de Aguirre is a steep, gorge-filled stretch of the upper Rio Huallaga in Peru.

From Andes to Amazon

Evan Ross and Matt Wilson enjoy one of the many tributaries of the Pongo de Aguirre on the second day of the trip. The Pongo de Aguirre is a steep, gorge-filled stretch of the upper Rio Huallaga in Peru.
Mission Complete. Full Team From Left To Right: Ryan Casey, Ben Luck, Nate Klema, Matt Wilson, Evan Ross & Matthew Klema.
Courtesy Matthew Klema
Ben Luck paddling in gorge No. 3 on the group’s second day in the Pongo de Aguirre. Matthew Klema described this gorge as “the scary one.”
Matt Wilson negotiates a difficult rapid on day three while entering the steepest gorge of the Pongo de Aguirre. The Pongo de Aguirre is a steep, gorge-filled stretch of the upper Rio Huallaga in Peru.
On the Net

To read Matthew Klema’s account of the kayak trip, visit the Colorado Kayak Supply blog at http://tiny.cc/huallaga.

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