Huw Oliver and Annie Le took a trip to the Outer Hebrides, off the west coast of mainland Scotland with packrafts and bikes in tow.
Bristol Bay may be most famous for having the world’s biggest run of sockeye and unparalleled fishing opportunities. Its watersheds also have incredible adventure opportunities — everything from day trips to epic Bilbo Baggins’ sort of journeys.
Packrafting Podcast #9 and Packrafting Workout A Candid Conversation with mental health-informed adventure fitness trainer, Sarah Histand. Story and Interview by Dulkara Martig In the Packrafting Podcast, Episode 9, Dulkara Martig talks to Sarah Histand from Alaska. This candid conversation is a great one. From packrafting to fitness and so […]
Packrafting the Grand Canyon in the Forager—This couple’s self-supported adventure. Story by: Hannah Shininger | Photos by: Hannah and John Shininger Back in December, my husband and I entered one of the National Park’s follow-up lotteries for a permit to raft the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. Miraculously, we […]
Fatbiking and Packrafting to Bristol Bay: A Conversation with Bjørn Olson Photos and Story by Bjorn Dihle In 2013, Bjørn Olson decided to fatbike and packraft from Cook Inlet to Bristol Bay via the northern shore of 77-mile long Lake Iliamna. He joked—well, it might not entirely be a joke—that […]
The #DogsOfPackrafting (And Cats Too!) Photo Contest Winners Announced We had so many fantastic entries submitted during this year’s annual #DogsOfPackrafting (and cats too!) photo contest. Thank you to everyone who participated on both Facebook and Instagram. Your votes were tallied, and the winners are… First Place – Gary the Cat […]
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 Kids: My name is Alexander Watt, I’m 12. Story by: Alexander Watt | Photos by: Jeremiah Watt My name is Alexander Watt, I’m 12, this summer, to get out to do stuff other than sit on my computer because of COVID-19 (which I still do a lot) I’ve started […]
A love for water never dies. A story by Team USA Triathlete Katie Guest Story and Photos | Katie Guest Some athletes describe something called the “flow state”. It is described in many ways but is essentially a mode in which a person’s muscle memory and body can do a […]