Riding on cultural heritage in midst of mountains on fresh summer break morning. Smile on the face, sparkles in the eyes. 

Shredding tight channel between two little lakes is more than just speed and fun. The channel is a part of bigger project, built in late 1800s in order to provide nearby ironworks with power supply. At that time, waters from the little lakes powered biggest turbine of its kind in the world.  This was the start of region’s electrification and it still remains in it’s function with almost no changes. In meanwhile nature did her job of making look the whole place even better.  With that in mind rushing down a canal is even more coulorful experience.

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