Keyhole Falls, the 3,000-cubic-metre-per-minute flow is not a typical water fall you may have in mind. Keyhole Falls shoot out of a massive rock wall, located in the Lillooet River in BC, Canada. Constant high water levels deriving from coastal mountain snowmelt, it’s nearly impossible to see, and tough enough to cross.
Watch how Aniol and the crew went back to the ”crime scene” after a first abandoned attempt. With casual depth tests failings, no sight possibility between Aniol and the support crew and a fade-away walkie-talkies communication, Aniol decided to hit the falls anyway.