Demon River Apurímac: The First Navigation of Upper Amazon Canyons
"Well-written, first-person account of the author's 1970s kayaking adventure through the Apurimac River gorge, from near its source above 4000 m to the jungle far below. Interspersed are descriptive accounts of the still little known canyon and its indige
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ahead Andean Apurimac balseros bank beach began bend beneath big rapid boat boulders broken camp Campa canyon wall capsized cataracts channel Chapi Chasm of Acobamba chicha Choquequirao Chuck chute cliffs climb cross Cunyac Bridge Cuzco dark deep demon river descended distance downstream drop eskimo roll expedition face feet final flow gear Gerry giant gorge Hacienda highlands hills Hiram Bingham hole Inca Indians John Wesley Powell jungle kayak land launched ledge loaded looked Machu Picchu maps miles morning mountain narrow navigate Nayhua nearby night paddle Pampas past path Perrin Peru plunged portage pueblo pulled pushed Quebrada Quechua Quillabamba Quishuar raft rain rapid roar rope route sand scouting shore shoreline side sight slopes soon steep stopped suddenly suspension bridge swim Teresa Teresa Gutierrez thought trail trip turbulent valley Vilca Vilcabamba walked watch waterfall waves Yauri