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Matador Ambassador Henry Munter Recently spent 22 days in November rafting and kayaking through the Grand Canyon and brought back this gallery to give us a glimpse of the majestic canyon on the edge of winter.

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Henry Munter

Henry Munter spends his winters as a heli-ski guide in the for Chugach powder guides based out of Girdwood, Alaska and his summers guiding rafts for Nova Alaska River Runners. During the Spring and Fall he chases whitewater around the world with his wife Kelly. Henry is a Epiquest featured athlete and guide. More of his work can be found here.

  • Okanimba Pascal Agwa

    nice

  • Jeeyo Mack

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  • Bruce Ross

    Very nice photo essay Henry.

  • Anonymous

    How can I set up a trip like this? Did you use an outfitter for such trip? Can it be done in less than 22 days?

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