2018 National Paddling Film Festival

NPFF Logo

Come see American Whitewater and the year’s best photos and videos at the National Paddling Film Festival(NPFF)! This year’s NPFF will be held on February 16-17 in Frankfort, KY at the Buffalo Trace Distillery.

Grab your tickets online early and save some cabbage. Online tickets are $20. Tickets at the door are $25. Ticket includes admission for Friday night and Saturday night, as well as beer and a raffle ticket. Early registration tickets available here. Last day for early registration is February 11th, 2018.
For over 35 years the National Paddling Film Festival has been hosting a competition to determine the best in paddle sport videos and images. This competition has provided the paddling community with a fun and profitable event to support American Whitewater and river stewardship. In that time, the NPFF has also helped to raise the quality of paddle sport entertainment by providing recognition of talent along with important and useful feedback for the artists who make the show a possibility.
Come out and enjoy the show. You can also update your American Whitewater membership at the event and check out the killer silent auction. Don’t forget your tickets here.

2018 National Paddling Film Festival

NPFF Logo

Come see American Whitewater and the year’s best photos and videos at the National Paddling Film Festival(NPFF)! This year’s NPFF will be held on February 16-17 in Frankfort, KY at the Buffalo Trace Distillery.

Grab your tickets online early and save some cabbage. Online tickets are $20. Tickets at the door are $25. Ticket includes admission for Friday night and Saturday night, as well as beer and a raffle ticket. Early registration tickets available here. Last day for early registration is February 11th, 2018.
For over 35 years the National Paddling Film Festival has been hosting a competition to determine the best in paddle sport videos and images. This competition has provided the paddling community with a fun and profitable event to support American Whitewater and river stewardship. In that time, the NPFF has also helped to raise the quality of paddle sport entertainment by providing recognition of talent along with important and useful feedback for the artists who make the show a possibility.
Come out and enjoy the show. You can also update your American Whitewater membership at the event and check out the killer silent auction. Don’t forget your tickets here.

2018 National Paddling Film Festival

NPFF Logo

Come see American Whitewater and the year’s best photos and videos at the National Paddling Film Festival(NPFF)! This year’s NPFF will be held on February 16-17 in Frankfort, KY at the Buffalo Trace Distillery.

Grab your tickets online early and save some cabbage. Online tickets are $20. Tickets at the door are $25. Ticket includes admission for Friday night and Saturday night, as well as beer and a raffle ticket. Early registration tickets available here. Last day for early registration is February 11th, 2018.
For over 35 years the National Paddling Film Festival has been hosting a competition to determine the best in paddle sport videos and images. This competition has provided the paddling community with a fun and profitable event to support American Whitewater and river stewardship. In that time, the NPFF has also helped to raise the quality of paddle sport entertainment by providing recognition of talent along with important and useful feedback for the artists who make the show a possibility.
Come out and enjoy the show. You can also update your American Whitewater membership at the event and check out the killer silent auction. Don’t forget your tickets here.

2018 National Paddling Film Festival

NPFF Logo

Come see American Whitewater and the year’s best photos and videos at the National Paddling Film Festival(NPFF)! This year’s NPFF will be held on February 16-17 in Frankfort, KY at the Buffalo Trace Distillery.

Grab your tickets online early and save some cabbage. Online tickets are $20. Tickets at the door are $25. Ticket includes admission for Friday night and Saturday night, as well as beer and a raffle ticket. Early registration tickets available here. Last day for early registration is February 11th, 2018.
For over 35 years the National Paddling Film Festival has been hosting a competition to determine the best in paddle sport videos and images. This competition has provided the paddling community with a fun and profitable event to support American Whitewater and river stewardship. In that time, the NPFF has also helped to raise the quality of paddle sport entertainment by providing recognition of talent along with important and useful feedback for the artists who make the show a possibility.
Come out and enjoy the show. You can also update your American Whitewater membership at the event and check out the killer silent auction. Don’t forget your tickets here.

Featured Rapid: Top-Drop

Top-Drop

River: Shoshone

Difficulty: IV

Description: Top-Drop is located at the base of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. It is the first runnable rapid on the Canyon section of the Shoshone. Because of the minimum flow requirements released from the Buffalo Bill Reservoir, this drop runs year round. This drop is characterized by several large boulders scattering the left and right banks. There is a fast tube of water moving through the center of the drop, feeding a large semi-retentive hole at the bottom, above a large eddy. There is a “hero” line located on the far right side of the river. The water collects in a small eddy, then flows over a five foot drop into an even smaller eddy, that feeds into a large sieve. With a hard left boof the line runs smoothly, but it is not one you want to find yourself outside of your boat above. The typical line is known as the “race line”. This is run straight down the center. Its steep characteristics provides the boater with enough speed to shoot through the hole at the bottom.

Featured Rapid: Top-Drop

Top-Drop

River: Shoshone

Difficulty: IV

Description: Top-Drop is located at the base of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. It is the first runnable rapid on the Canyon section of the Shoshone. Because of the minimum flow requirements released from the Buffalo Bill Reservoir, this drop runs year round. This drop is characterized by several large boulders scattering the left and right banks. There is a fast tube of water moving through the center of the drop, feeding a large semi-retentive hole at the bottom, above a large eddy. There is a “hero” line located on the far right side of the river. The water collects in a small eddy, then flows over a five foot drop into an even smaller eddy, that feeds into a large sieve. With a hard left boof the line runs smoothly, but it is not one you want to find yourself outside of your boat above. The typical line is known as the “race line”. This is run straight down the center. Its steep characteristics provides the boater with enough speed to shoot through the hole at the bottom.

Featured Rapid: Top-Drop

Top-Drop

River: Shoshone

Difficulty: IV

Description: Top-Drop is located at the base of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. It is the first runnable rapid on the Canyon section of the Shoshone. Because of the minimum flow requirements released from the Buffalo Bill Reservoir, this drop runs year round. This drop is characterized by several large boulders scattering the left and right banks. There is a fast tube of water moving through the center of the drop, feeding a large semi-retentive hole at the bottom, above a large eddy. There is a “hero” line located on the far right side of the river. The water collects in a small eddy, then flows over a five foot drop into an even smaller eddy, that feeds into a large sieve. With a hard left boof the line runs smoothly, but it is not one you want to find yourself outside of your boat above. The typical line is known as the “race line”. This is run straight down the center. Its steep characteristics provides the boater with enough speed to shoot through the hole at the bottom.

Featured Rapid: Top-Drop

Top-Drop

River: Shoshone

Difficulty: IV

Description: Top-Drop is located at the base of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. It is the first runnable rapid on the Canyon section of the Shoshone. Because of the minimum flow requirements released from the Buffalo Bill Reservoir, this drop runs year round. This drop is characterized by several large boulders scattering the left and right banks. There is a fast tube of water moving through the center of the drop, feeding a large semi-retentive hole at the bottom, above a large eddy. There is a “hero” line located on the far right side of the river. The water collects in a small eddy, then flows over a five foot drop into an even smaller eddy, that feeds into a large sieve. With a hard left boof the line runs smoothly, but it is not one you want to find yourself outside of your boat above. The typical line is known as the “race line”. This is run straight down the center. Its steep characteristics provides the boater with enough speed to shoot through the hole at the bottom.

Featured Rapid: Top-Drop

Top-Drop

River: Shoshone

Difficulty: IV

Description: Top-Drop is located at the base of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. It is the first runnable rapid on the Canyon section of the Shoshone. Because of the minimum flow requirements released from the Buffalo Bill Reservoir, this drop runs year round. This drop is characterized by several large boulders scattering the left and right banks. There is a fast tube of water moving through the center of the drop, feeding a large semi-retentive hole at the bottom, above a large eddy. There is a “hero” line located on the far right side of the river. The water collects in a small eddy, then flows over a five foot drop into an even smaller eddy, that feeds into a large sieve. With a hard left boof the line runs smoothly, but it is not one you want to find yourself outside of your boat above. The typical line is known as the “race line”. This is run straight down the center. Its steep characteristics provides the boater with enough speed to shoot through the hole at the bottom.

Featured Rapid: Top-Drop

Top-Drop

River: Shoshone

Difficulty: IV

Description: Top-Drop is located at the base of the Buffalo Bill Reservoir. It is the first runnable rapid on the Canyon section of the Shoshone. Because of the minimum flow requirements released from the Buffalo Bill Reservoir, this drop runs year round. This drop is characterized by several large boulders scattering the left and right banks. There is a fast tube of water moving through the center of the drop, feeding a large semi-retentive hole at the bottom, above a large eddy. There is a “hero” line located on the far right side of the river. The water collects in a small eddy, then flows over a five foot drop into an even smaller eddy, that feeds into a large sieve. With a hard left boof the line runs smoothly, but it is not one you want to find yourself outside of your boat above. The typical line is known as the “race line”. This is run straight down the center. Its steep characteristics provides the boater with enough speed to shoot through the hole at the bottom.

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