Updated: Aug 10, 2020
Seven pools, seven jumps, a seven-metre drop and one challenge; Steel Lafferty goes deep inside the Radal Siete Tazas National Park.
Living by the mindset of wanting to "be the first to find the untouched" led American wakeboarder Steel Lafferty into the depths of the Radal Siete Tazas National Park, Chile, for his latest venture.
With a thirst for pushing the sport, the 25-year-old thrives on doing things that nobody has attempted before. He was the first wakeboarder to land a wake-to-wake 1080 and a toeside backside 900 off a double up, and now his latest quest is landing 7m waterfall drops in the depths of a Chilean forest.
Watch below to see Lafferty rewrite what's possible on a wakeboard: