Is it’s a toboggan? Is it a boat? No, it’s just Spanish Kayaker Aniol Serrasolses at his insane best.

Watch him kayak down Chile’s snow-covered Villarrica volcano (2,847m), leaping over rocks and ridges at speeds of over 60mph, before hitting the water at the bottom and riding the churning rapids like a rubber duck.

Don’t miss the bit where he performs the world’s first waterfall double backflip either. You won’t believe this guy is for real. Check out Aniol in action below:

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