Into the Tsangpo Gorge

Categories: Documentary, Sports, Action
44min | 2002
Come INTO THE TSANGPO GORGE, a remote corner of Tibet, where seven young world-class kayakers take on the most feared whitewater river on earth, through the 18,000 ft. deep Tsangpo Gorge. A raging torrent that drops 9,000 ft. in 150 miles, it is known as the "Everest of Rivers," and is considered the last great adventure prize left on the planet. INTO THE TSANGPO GORGE was honored as one the "Top 20 Adventure Films of All Time." Directed by Scott Lindgren.

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Topics: Extreme Sports, Kayaking, Climbing, Survival, Tibet, Fascinating Places, Travel, Water, Voyage, Expedition, Team, Challenge, Nature, Gorge, Asia, Extreme Sports
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Jane Carlson
Jane Carlson
November 29, 2014
Would be a wonderful film, especially for people who have read The Last River by Todd Balf, except that it constantly stops and turns a 44-minute film into an 88-minute film. Also the picture quality is lousy on full screen, even set to highest HD.
Lourdes Cabrera
Lourdes Cabrera
November 10, 2014
Great filming and teamwork made this incredible to watch
Google User
Google User
October 20, 2014
C
Beth Aaron
Beth Aaron
May 4, 2014
D+
Do NOT glorify Tiger hunting. The hunting and poaching of wild animals worldwide is a disgrace, irreverent, and should be forcibly illegal with stiffest penalties. Human hubris and killing wildlife is NOTHING to be placed on some higher pedestal . We should respect other creatures in their indigenous habitats We invade, intrude and trespass upon. Buddhists would NEVER agree to the massacre of wild life happening all over the planet because humans say they are entitled to do so. VERY SCREWED UP thinking.
Fatema Sohnu
Fatema Sohnu
February 11, 2014
A
Andrew Morrissey
Andrew Morrissey
December 30, 2013
A+
Rick Allen
Rick Allen
December 18, 2013
A+
A literally death-defying expedition - want to see guys significantly crazier than you are at your most might?
Alexis Castañeda
Alexis Castañeda
December 7, 2013
A
Derrick Brown
Derrick Brown
December 1, 2013
A+