Jusbyn Lockard riverboarding Gorilla on the Green River Narrows

Tristan Guyard 2014 Highlight Video


Mike McVey drops 14m / 45' Celestial Falls

As a warm-up for his attempt at Metlako, Mike McVey spent a day out at the 45′ Celestial Falls practicing – if you can call having fun hucking yourself off a huge waterfall on a riverboard, practice!

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Road Trip with Bob Lataste

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Tom Paterson Riverboarding Highlights 2014


Straight Outta Wompton - Bodysurfing

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Josh Galt Named to 110 Outdoor Ambassadors List

Josh Galt was named to The Gear Junkie / Wigwam list of 110 Outdoor Ambassadors of the past 110 Years, for his leadership and role as an athlete in the development of the riverboarding industry the past decade.


A Riverboarding First – Ottawa River Throwdown

(Above: Tom Paterson airs out a body varial on the Ottawa.) Last week we wrapped up the first annual Ottawa River Throwdown, a riverboarding freestyle event which was the brainchild of Face Level athlete Tom Paterson. Horizon X rafting hooked us up with an ideally located base camp, the weather cooperated, and riverboarding took a giant leap forward. Since Tom and his brother Jon have been getting after big waves on their own the past year, but have only been around the pro kayakers on the Ottawa, Tom thought it’d be great to get some of the top riverboarders together to push each other with some friendly competition and all-out, all-day surfing. While many of the athletes unfortunately were not able to make it this year, based on the incredible evolution of riverboarding freestyle that has been taking place, I think it’s safe to say that in future years this will be an event that nobody who is into riverboarding freestyle will want to miss. Because it didn’t take long for all the whitewater athletes who did make the trip to Canada – World Champions and podium finishers among them – to learn new tricks and then start pushing Tom and Jon to set the bar even higher. Airscrews, just a short time ago something that was causing jaws to drop, became commonplace, and new tricks like board flips and body varials became the challenge everybody was trying to land. And then, after a week of the big-water Ottawa and days spent on the waves, what better way to end the week than tackling a bunch of waterfalls as...



Read Josh Galt’s riverboarding stories from around the world plus gear reviews, health & nutrition info, and opinions on sport

Election day and a better way

There’s a lot of angry words being hurled around as we approach the election – remember that even if you disagree politically, you share a love for sport so get outside and enjoy the fresh air and positive energy

I found a waterfall

It’s always exciting to see what changes the rain brings to normally tranquil streams in the jungle – sometimes the water rises enough to make it runnable

The importance of a network

The college you attend (or don’t) in many ways determines the course of your life – that’s the power of a network, and Face Level brings you a network for your headfirst & horizontal sporting desires

5 Easy Travel Tips for Solo Adventurers

If there’s one challenge that solo adventurers face it’s getting from place to place with all their gear – here are 5 tips Josh has learned for solo travel

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