World’s Most Epic Natural Waterslide in 4K

May 8, 2015

Category: Entertainment

The calendar may say spring, but with the first waterslide action of the year spotted, we’re ready to proclaim it summer—even if that action happened in New Zealand.

And this isn’t just any old waterslide, no. This is the “world’s most epic natural waterslide” as filmed by action videographer extraordinaire Devin Supertramp. Thanks to Mother Nature’s erosion, the Rere Rock Slides feature nearly 200 feet of slippery surface and streaming water from the Wharekopae River. In a promotional video for Schick Hydro, Supertramp (aka Devin Graham) grabbed plenty of fun 4K footage of thrill seekers careening down the rocks and into the air on boogie boards, tubes, and even bare skin. We’re guessing there may have been a skinned knee or two, but hey, that’s what Band-Aids are for.

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