Toni George

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Toni George

Rotorua, New Zealand. Hopping back and forth between Rotorua and Voss (Norway) is Toni’s way of following the summer and the water to where the boating is best. After graduating with a degree in Biological Science, she boarded a plane, then a kayak, and found that nothing else is quite as good as being on the river. Three years later, and she is one of the most impressive paddlers you'll find in a whitewater kayak. Despite an intimidating resume of rivers paddled around the world, her ambitions remain humble, with time spent in the wilderness with friends still her driving goal. She’s probably out there right now, going big, and making it look easy.

Magical Motu

The Motu River is a super remote three or four day wilderness trip through the Raukumara Range – one of the last areas in Aotearoa...

Good shoes good times

The first time I headed over to California to go kayaking, about seven years ago, Nikki Kelly told me I would need a good pair...

Buller Festival

Buller Festival is one of Aotearoa's longest running and most popular whitewater events. This year it attracted people from all ages from 8 years old...
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