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Had a quick trip with my family in the Chacabuco Valley, home of the future Parque Patagonia. We were only in the valley for a few nights, but there are some interesting opportunities for short packraft trips here. The Chacabuco River is pretty mild through most of the valley from what I can see and...
- Thu Mar 10, 2016 4:50 pm
- Forum: South America
- Topic: Quick Float in Southern Peru
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Did some camping in beautiful Tinajani Canyon near Ayaviri, Peru. Judging from what I saw, one could take a colectivo (small bus) from Ayaviri, up the canyon and camp somewhere, then take a couple days to paddle out to Highway 3S and pick up another colectivo to head into town. There's a little "cam...
- Thu Jul 02, 2015 8:07 am
- Forum: Northwest
- Topic: Baker River - N. Cascades, WA
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My buddy Mike and I hit the trail in the North Cascades again. This time we brought our boats to the Baker River. There is no gauge that I'm aware of on the portion of the river above the lake, so I can't say what the flow was. The hike in was pleasant - pretty flat with views of the river now and t...
My buddy and I took advantage of an unusually warm March Saturday and headed up to the Mountain Loop Highway. The drive along the very low Stilliguamish River which was exposing it's white, bony rock should have been a sign as we made our way to Barlow Pass. Once there we through on our packs and he...
Has anyone scouted out the Pasayten River area in the North Cascades? Judging from the terrain, trail network and location there might be potential for a nice pack rafting and backpacking trip in this beautiful wilderness area. My biggest concern as I look at Google Maps is wood. Has anyone been in ...