Reflections of a Long Distance Paddler

Kayaking from Germany to Australia.

For Egon Kuhn, a long trip is measured in years rather than months, and thousands of miles rather than hundreds. In 1953, Kuhn and two friends, Heinz Sekoll and Hans Seefeld, lowered their black folding kayaks into the Danube River at the town of Ulm in Germany. Their Destination was Australia – three years and fifteen thousand miles away.

Story by Nicole Tate-Stratton

To find out more about their adventures click here: Reflections of a long distance paddler

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