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Soul Rafter - 2018 Recap

2018 has come to a close, and we have to put aside our old resolutions. Ours was to raft 18 rivers in 2018 and we did it! In this video Nick Prete talks about the 2018 season and what the future holds for next season of Soul Rafter.

One Minute, One Hundred Words - Starting the Journey

After being the youngest woman to raft 556 miles of America's last wild river, Vay O'Brien, tackles tough questions on the young woman experience, resilience, building confidence, controlling fear, and finding your flow. This is part 2 of Vay’s five-part story: ONE Quest ONE Girl: Told in one picture, one video, and one hundred words.

Soul Rafter - Tullulah River

This is the seventeenth episode of Soul Rafter's 18 rivers in 2018 series where Rafting Magazine Ambassador Nick Prete attempts to paddle 18 new rivers in 2018. In this episode Nick is taking on the Big Bad Oceana on the Tullulah River.

Soul Rafter - Cheoah River

This is the Sixteenth episode of Soul Rafter's 18 rivers in 2018 series where Rafting Magazine Ambassador Nick Prete attempts to paddle 18 new rivers in 2018. In this episode we showcase the final 2 miles of the Cheoah with class IV's like Bear Creek Falls and Yard Sale rapid. Big thanks to everyone who helped us run this river and showed us down.

Soul Rafter - Nolichucky

We joined up with some friends and ran the Nolichucky River on the Tennessee/North Carolina border. Taking my chances in an R1 for the first time, and making my fair share of mistakes along the way. Fourteenth episode of Soul Rafter's 18 rivers in 2018 series where Rafting Magazine Ambassador Nick Prete attempts to paddle 18 new rivers in 2018.

Soul Rafter - Yosemite Valley Rafting

The sixth episode of Soul Rafter's "18 rivers in 2018," a series in which Rafting Magazine Ambassador Nick Prete attempts to whitewater raft 18 new rivers in 2018. The Wild and Scenic Merced River through Yosemite National Park in California is possibly one of the prettiest rivers you could ever run and until only a few years ago it was closed off to boaters.