Journey down the Colorado River with Bryan Wallwork and Bryan Adams, as season 2 sees the Bryans on a 2,330 kilometer canoeing adventure of a lifetime. Travelling from Colorado down to California, the Bryans must navigate some difficult waters to make it to the U.S. border as they attempt to paddle into Mexico.
The Bryans begin a portage around Imperial Dam in California and are hit with some bad luck. Will they ever reach the Mexican border?
The Bryans check their maps and plot out the next leg of the journey. They are quickly approaching the home stretch and can practically taste the tequila. Nothing can stop them now.
The boys are only a few hundred miles from their final destination but the desert heat begins to take a real toll on them and threatens to end the journey.
The guys realize they need to share the water with other watercrafts on the Colorado River. To take a rest from the traffic, they pull over and check out some of the many casinos along the riverbanks.
Outtakes from the On The Canoe series.
Still fighting against strong headwinds along the Colorado river, the Bryans decide that canoeing at night may be the way to go. This proves to be both challenging and life threatening.
The Paddling Bryans get back on the river and are now faced with a quickly approaching deadline. They have to run rapids and push against headwinds to reach Lake Mead, Nevada on time to face the press.
The Bryans catch a private plane to the world-famous Bar 10 Ranch overlooking the Grand Canyon, where they go ATVing, join a hillbilly band and get lasso lessons from a five-year-old girl.
The boys rent a jet boat on Lake Powell and test their wakeboarding skills—but one Bryan can’t make it out of the water! After their sightseeing, a local park ranger gives them some bad news about the Grand Canyon.
The Paddling Bryans finally hit Lake Powell, Utah. Bryan Wallwork quickly realizes that doing this trip alone would be an impossible task as he gets in over his head.
The boys arrive at the second largest reservoir in the United States, Lake Powell. However, strong headwinds and severe heat threaten to cut the adventure short before it barely begins.
The Bryans get a taste of what’s to come along the Colorado river, maneuvering down class III rapids in their 20 foot touring canoe. While on a “beer” run, they discover a Ghost Town.
WATCH THE PADDLING BRYANS TAKE YOUR QUESTIONS IN THESE SPECIAL WEEKLY WEB EXCLUSIVE VIDEO SEGMENTS AVAILABLE ONLY AT TravelandEscape.ca/OnTheCanoe
The Paddling Bryans are at it again. This time it’s a 1,288 mile journey down the Colorado River, all the way down to the border of Mexico. But is the journey jinxed before they even hit the water?
The Paddling Bryans dish about the highs and lows of filming their premiere season and get the inside scoop on the show’s upcoming Season 2 fall launch!
Watch as T+E Senior Editor Gariné Tcholakian takes YOUR QUESTIONS directly to the boys in this SPECIAL WEB EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW!
Face to face with cops, TV reporters and a whole lot of fun, Bryan Adams looks back at one of the craziest episodes of the show, and of his life!
Find out why Glasgow, Missouri has been the hardest goodbye to date for the Bryans.
When you’re in sub-zero weather, battling the elements, with nothing to shield you or heat your tent, on little sleep, and on the brink of hypothermia, what keeps you going?
Never underestimate the power of electric heating.
The adventure continues with twists and turns that sometimes have little to do with the tide of the river, and everything to do with who you decide to trust. Here’s the backstory to episode 5.
Ever surf a canoe? High winds and huge waves can make for dangerous crossings in small watercrafts – not to mention some of the most challenging paddling ever done by the Bryans. Hold on tight!
No matter where you fall in the mix, there is always a way to be comfortable under the stars.
After customs checkpoints, aerial surveillance planes, and having to convince Homeland security officials that they were indeed going to canoe across their nation, the Paddling Bryans learn that the greatest challenge of their journey only leads to the greatest renewal of their hopes and dreams.
Find out what happens when the Bryans’ come across an abandoned old farmhouse along Alberta’s Milk River.
If you watched this week’s premiere of T+E original series Paddling Bryans, you’re probably already hooked. But it wasn’t all calm waters for the Bryans. Just days before they set out on their big adventure, an unexpected turn of events takes one of the Bryans on a personal detour. Find out what happens!