Film

The Time Travelers

In January 2017, the USA Rafting Team set their sights breaking the speed record on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon on a 48-foot custom boat.
 

About

Director

Brendan Leonard, Forest Woodward, Gnarly Bay

Producer

Gnarly Bay

Featuring

US Mens Rafting Team

Sponsor

Cataract Oars, Jack's Plastics, NRS, REI Co-op, Chacos

Running time

23 minutes

Country / Nationality

United States

Our Judges say:

An epic river challenge in the Grand Canyon!

Anna Paxton

If any of you got a big challenge in mind you want to pursue I definitely recommend this film as a must-see and if you haven't then I sure you'll have a challenge in mind after.

Ed Birch Director of Salt-Street productions

The Time Travelers is a collaborative vision by the team that conceived the award-winning 2015 short film The Important Places: Gnarly Bay Productions, Forest Woodward, and Brendan Leonard. The entire crew doesn’t often get together in the same place, but when they do, it’s to make a film about the Grand Canyon. In January 2017, the USA Rafting Team set their sights breaking the speed record on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon on a 48-foot custom boat they built themselves. The Time Travelers follows a few ordinary guys trying to do something extraordinary—rowing 280 miles in less than 40 hours—on one of the world’s most breathtaking and unique stages.