PR Canada

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magn6494

PR Canada

Post by magn6494 » Mon Oct 01, 2007 8:37 am

here is a link to Tom Grundy's page detailing an epic PR trip in the NW territories in 2005 that shows what these things are capable of. Next summer i'm planning another trip to down one or more of the rivers in Manitoba (i've unfortunately relocated to ND now) that drain into lake winnipeg. These are remote wilderness rivers that are normally accessed only by float-plane. of course that was before pack-rafting! I'll do it much the same way as in the Cirque trip, only minus the climbing gear. Probaly will do the Pigeon river first, as it looks like it's got some good WW.
http://tom.grundy.tripod.com/basedir/nahanni.html (here's the link!enjoy)
Cheers

mathias.marty

Re: PR Canada

Post by mathias.marty » Sun Nov 11, 2007 8:58 am

Terrific ! Awesome pictures.
Thank you for these stories.

nicholkaye

Re: PR Canada

Post by nicholkaye » Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:53 am

Must say amazing pics :)

Lance7_q

Re: PR Canada

Post by Lance7_q » Thu Aug 19, 2010 6:09 pm

Well anyways thank you for sharing your thoughts here!
My pleasure to read it!
Nice one!!

Regards!!!

God Bless

Northamerica
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Re: PR Canada

Post by Northamerica » Wed Jun 01, 2011 9:19 pm

As for rafts I always take measures for all sorts of different sizes and styles. From 'Beaver Boats' holding 2 or 3 paddlers to Monster Rafts with motors carrying 16 persons or more. There are rafts with oar frames and rafts for paddlers. There are self-bailing rafts and there are 'bucket boats' that require the crew to bail out water that gets in.

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