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   xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Jul 8 01:05 AM

July 8, 2009: Gocta Falls

Here's something you've not likely seen, or even heard of.

There is a final secret of Northern Peru that should be visited if possible - and this was a real secret to outsiders until very recently. That is the incredible and only recently discovered (by Westerners of course, the locals have known about it for as long as they have been there) Gocta Falls. This twin drop waterfall is said to be the third longest in the world (hotly debated), at seven hundred and seventy one meters. The ‘discovery’ was not made until 2005.


That 2530 feet, folks, hell of a drop in a kayak.


Aliantha  Wednesday Jul 8 01:25 AM

This is the biggest one we have in Oz, and it's only half as high but impressive. I have been there. Can't imagine what it'd be like to see something twice a high.

ZenGum  Wednesday Jul 8 07:55 AM

That's awesome.

I wish I could traverse along the ledge that interrupts the falls - I guess there would be a basin-shaped lake where the upper fall strikes it. What an amazing place.

Trilby  Wednesday Jul 8 08:00 AM

What a wonderful world.

thanks, bruce!

Slight  Wednesday Jul 8 08:07 AM

I think its here.

blueboy56  Wednesday Jul 8 12:35 PM

No, no, no, we actually have two ways to really do it.
1. Bungee jump from the top of the falls in a kayak. When you reach the end of the cord, you simply slip out of the 'yak and let it drop the rest of the way on a parachute.
2. Base jump from the top in a kayak, using the oar to steer to the point of pulling the ripcord.

I'm getting light headed just thinking about it.

lawman  Wednesday Jul 8 04:49 PM

Speaking of hucking off waterfalls in kayaks (10m is the biggest I've dropped) the world record just got busted again recently...

Gravdigr  Friday Jul 10 05:11 PM

Originally Posted by Aliantha View Post
Can't imagine what it'd be like to see something twice as high.
I'll take a self portrait tonight around 1:30am.

Aliantha  Friday Jul 10 06:52 PM

I had to sign in to let you know I lol'd at that one. Really. lol (again)

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