Death-defying moment Aniol Serrasolses speeds down volcano in Chile at 62mph in a KAYAK [Video]

death defying moment aniol serrasolses speeds down volcano in chile at 62mph in a kayak video

Heart-pounding video footage shows the death-defying moment a daredevil kayaker descends a snow-capped volcano at 62mph (100kmph) before hurtling through a forest and down a waterfall. 

Red Bull athlete Aniol Serrasolses can be seen on top of Villarrica, one of Chile’s most active volcanoes, enjoying the stunning view from the 9,340-ft peak. After soaking up the scenery, he gets into his kayak to make the 15.5-mile (25-kilometre) descent.

As soon as the 29-year-old Spaniard tips over the edge, he’s gone like a shot with only his paddle to keep him from veering off course. 

Daredevil kayaker Aniol Serrasolses at the top of Villarrica, one of Chile’s most active volcanoes, before starting his stunt

After soaking up the scenery, Serrasolses gets into his kayak to make the 15.5-mile (25-kilometre) descent down the volcano 

At certain points, he flies through the air as he whizzes off ledges of snow. He then thuds back down on compact snow and continues rocketing along. 

After navigating a good run of snow and rock he enters a wooded area, with trees and other pieces of undergrowth proving to be quite the obstacle course…

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