On the search for new goods in Washington I found myself calling around the state to local boaters for any ideas of waterfalls to go huck. After talking with a few folks that new what they were talking about we decided to go and head over to the Olympic Peninsula. Once off the beautiful ferry ride we rolled over westward to the Hamma Hamma river. Camping in an epic spot and meeting up with my good huck partner Fred Norquist we all rallied up to the falls and started scouting this stout.
The drop was scary and huge, a lot of elements going into the descent all together. The entry drop a 20 footer was very tricky and had some bad spots you did not want to end up in. As you can see by the video it was no plop and drop. The first part of the video is of our first trip out there and after Pat and I went down south Demshitz were on their normal Kill it Tour and stopped off in Northern Washington to drop this beast with Fred a week later...Fred took all the video and pictures and put them all together in this sick edit! Enjoy the hucking and super quality HD footy that we shot that day.
Now I'm back at Fred's house with the last of my money going for one grand finally to B.C. We are hoping the get some stout goods and have lots of good times and fine brines coming soon!