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Tag Archives: Packrafting

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 Alpacka Dog Pack Is Social Distancing Too

Dog PFDs: How to train your dog to wear a pfd. Photo by Molly Harrison of Sprocket.

Social Distancing At Its Finest:How the Alpacka Raft Dog Pack is keeping calm and staying their distance. Photos: Dustin Partridge, Emily Ledergerber, Ragina Bilbrey, Nancy McLain Halls, Hannah Sturm, Zach Irwin, Molly Sharpe Harrison As with many, several of us at Alpacka Raft are working from home and staying in […]

A Hidden Triangle of Wild – Into the Badger-Two Medicine

A Hidden Triangle of Wild – Into the Badger-Two Medicine Photos and Story by Tara Kramer We followed grizzly tracks along the old road bed for the entire first day. Over a pass, along the ridge, down into the thin waters of the South Fork of the Badger. We’d loose […]

A Ski to Packraft Odyssey in British Columbia’s Coast Mountains

Photos by Andrew Burr | Story Carmen Kuntz And so it began… With gusting winds blowing outside, we were cold just thinking about the whitewater to ski touring trip we had planned for early February in BC’s Coast Mountains. But good friends will follow good friends into questionable adventures. So, […]

Packrafting in British Columbia: A Provincial Park Ranger’s Personal Take

Packrafting in British Columbia: A Provincial Park Ranger’s Personal Take Story and Photos by Darragh Carroll, Park Ranger Darragh Carroll is a Park Ranger who looks after 15 Provincial Parks in the Whistler/Pemberton area of Canada. Irish-born, Darragh has now lived in beautiful British Columbia for nearly seven years. He […]

Broken Roads—A journey through Knoydart, one of the UK’s least accessible peninsulas.

Broken Roads—A journey through Knoydart, one of the UK’s least accessible peninsulas. Story, Photos and Film By: Annie Lloyd Evans Featuring Annie Lloyd Evans and Huw Oliver This is my pee bottle, don’t be alarmed if you see me using it in the night”. Quite forward from a man id […]

A Paddle / Climb Expedition on Baffin Island

Story and Photos by Bronwyn Hodgins This summer myself, my husband (Jacob Cook) and two of my longtime closest friends (Zack Goldberg-Poch and Thor Stewart) traveled to Baffin Island in northern Canada, only a few hundred km across the bay from Greenland. Our mission was to climb some big mountain […]

Packrafting Afghanistan

"Jonathan Rider and Edmund Le Brun make the first descent of the Oxus River in Afghanistan by packraft." -Sidetracked.com Rider and Edmund Le Brun make the first descent of the Oxus River in Afghanistan by packraft. This is their joint account of the adventure.

Packrafting Afghanistan – 1st Descent of the Oxus River Story & photos by Jonathan Rider Rafting in Afghanistan. Sounds fun. Packrafting Afghanistan. Even better. In September 2015 Edmund Le Brun and I made the first descent of the Oxus River from its source in the Afghan Pamir to the border […]