"High On Life" Travel YouTubers Die Falling From Canadian Waterfall

The victims were all contributors to a popular YouTube channel called High On Life SundayFundayz.

Three Canadian YouTube travel vloggers were killed in an accident at Shannon Falls, roughly 40 miles from Vancouver, near the town of Squamish, British Columbia on Tuesday.

Scraper reportedly slipped first and the two men were also swept away trying to save her.

Last year, Ryker Gamble and several other High On Life members were banned from U.S. federal land for five years, after walking on a sensitive spot near the hot springs in Yellowstone National Park.

The three victims have been identified and RCMP have confirmed they are all from B.C. and in their late 20s and early 30s.

High On Life also provided a link to a memorial fund for the three, which has a goal of raising $100,000, or around R1.4 million. The YouTube channel has more than 500,000 subscribers and the "High On Life" Instagram has more than 1 million followers.

Later, the reciter added: "The world has lost a great deal of light with their passing".

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The High on Life group has previously been criticised for posting videos - heavily labelled with warnings - of apparently unsafe stunts.

Underwater dive teams were at work on Wednesday undertaking a "complex recovery" of the bodies from a hard-to-access pool, according to an RCMP release.

Gamble, the group's leader, served a short prison sentence in 2016 after filming from a restricted area of Yellowstone National Park in the western US.

Their Facebook page says: "High On Life is the attitude to embrace all of life's opportunities with a positive outlook and energy". RIP Ryker Gamble, Alexey Lyakh, and Megan Scraper.

"It's not accessible unless you drop into this pool and there's no way other than to say that it's extremely risky to get there so that's something that we're trying to figure out the logistics of". "You are supposed to do only what you chose to do", they wrote. "They were such an inspiration and inspired me to start Instagram".

"It's a attractive area but along with that comes some pretty severe terrain and unless people are educated, equipped, trained to access some of these areas, it has potential for great risk", Wilcox said.

On Tuesday, June 3, according to eyewitness testimony given rescue personnel and CBC, it appears Scraper fell in a pool of water above the third and most remote falls in the series of cascades at Shannon Falls.

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