Keyhole Falls isn't your typical waterfall. The 3,000-cubic-metre-per-minute flow shoots out of a massive rock wall situated on the Lillooet River in BC, Canada. Subjectshow more to constantly high water levels from coastal mountain snowmelt, it's nearly impossible to see, and tough to scout.
After an abandoned first mission, Aniol and the crew went back for a second look. Casual depth tests indicated reason for concern – but no line of sight between Aniol and the support crew, coupled with walkie-talkies dying, meant communication went from poor to non-existent. Aniol decided to run it anyway...show less