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Category Archives: Adventure Stories

A Bikerafting Film: Helen’s Story

Helen’s Story Follow her journey on the first bikerafting instructional course in New Zealand through Packrafting Queenstown. Story, Photos and Film by: Deane Parker of Deane Parker Adventure Channel.  Bikerafting for me was my introduction to Packrafting, I’d paddled a packraft for about 4 hours prior to loading a bike on a […]

Packrafting Podcast: William Vandoorne

Adventures with Willem Vandoorne, a Belgian with a love of long journeys in remote places. And enjoy a new “The Packrafting Podcast” episode to inspire you for the New Year!  Words by Dulkara Martig | Photos supplied by Willem Vandoorne Willem Vandoorne is a packrafter from Belgium, who has a […]

Packrafting Jasper’s North Boundary

Packrafting Jasper’s North Boundary Story by: Rachel Davies The North Boundary Trail is a well-known track winding along the northern-most edge of Jasper National Park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. We’d heard rumor of its remoteness and seen countless pictures of towering mountain vistas and glaciers running into pristine waters. […]

A packrafters paradise: South West New Zealand – Te Wāhipounamu

A packrafters paradise: South West New Zealand – Te Wāhipounamu Alpacka Raft Ambassador, Dulkara Martig, tells us about one of her favorite parts of New Zealand. And, she introduces us to one of its most prolific packrafters, Stanley Mulvany.  Words by: Dulkara Martig | Photo above: Scotty Sinton There’s a […]

The Packrafting Podcast

The Packrafting Podcast Dulkara Martig, Alpacka Raft athlete, has just launched the first podcast specifically dedicated to packrafting, ‘The Packrafting Podcast‘. We asked her why she’s doing it and to tell us a bit about the first episode. About ‘The Packrafting Podcast’ from Founder, Dulkara Martig. My goal is that […]

Lituya Bay to Haines: Ski-Mountaineering and Packrafting

Lituya Bay to Haines A ski-Mountaineering and packraft traverse in Southeast Alaska. Written by: Dulkara Martig Photos by: Dulkara Martig and Christian Martin A few years ago an email popped up in my inbox with ‘temptation awaits’ in the subject line. It was Friday afternoon, I was five days into […]

Mapping Lechuguilla Cave

Mapping Lechuguilla Cave Words and photos by: Stephen Eginoire At the foot of New Mexico’s Guadalupe Mountains in Carlsbad Caverns National Park lies one of the world’s great subterranean anomalies, Lechuguilla Cave. The portal to this extraordinary underground wilderness is quite literally a hole in the ground, and up until […]