Gamble's cousin Rob Mangelsdorf said Thursday the 30-year-old volunteered as a boxing coach for youth, raised money and worked with orphans in Uganda after his mother set up a school there.
Gamble, 30, and Lyakh may have died trying to save Scraper - who was the first to fall, the Vancouver Courier reported. "They were inseparable, absolutely inseparable their whole lives".
Canadian police did not give out any names when announcing the accident, but it's now confirmed that Gamble, Lyakh, and Scraper were the victims. Search and rescue teams, and helicopter units were last week called in order to recover the bodies, as the "extremely difficult" and "very dangerous" terrain and heavy water flow made the recovery effort risky.
Squamish RCMP said the trio, in their late 20s and early 30s, were swimming in one of the icy pools that form part of Shannon Falls, a 335-metre waterfall about 60 kilometres north of Vancouver. The three were then swept by the current and plummeted about 100 feet into the waterfall's lower pool.
Thai boys found, still in danger
Zalmanov said Maxtech had managed to set up a wireless communication system in "almost no time" upon reaching the site. In the nearly 5-minute clip, the boys are illuminated by torchlight while a diver can be heard speaking to them.
We'd be at war with North Korea if it wasn't for me
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The group used social media to document their travels, often spiking the footage with high-octane stunts of outdoor daring.
In September 2016 Gamble, Lyakh, and two other friends Justis Cooper Price-Brown and Hamish McNab Campbell faced charges for vandalizing Yellowstone National park by dipping their hands into the Grand Prismatic Springs - the largest hot spring in the United States that is off limits to visitors.
"On July 3rd, 2018 we lost 3 very dear friends of ours; Ryker Gamble, Alexey Lyakh, and Megan Scraper", the page reads.
Last year, Gamble, Lyakh and another High on Life member, Justis Price Brown, pleaded guilty to walking on a sensitive hot spring in Yellowstone National Park and other crimes at parks in the western United States, the Courier reported. They were ordered to pay fines and served a week in jail.