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Going ultralight with your camping meals? Go Japanese

Setting off on the trail again – can’t wait!

The coming weeks will see me do a solo trek with my packraft around New Zealand’s central North Island for 20 days, then two long treks in the South Island. 238 more words

Sanctuary River Packraft August 2016

Sancutary River Packraft – August 2016

Twenty four hours, two bears, one lost hiker, two packrafts and one wrong turn

We catch the Denali Park camper bus out to Sable Pass, with all gear ready to go into our  backpacks. 2,007 more words



A couple of days in Southern England with my friend Peter Allen. Initial plan was to paddle hard and technical Upper Dart and to enjoy the… 94 more words


Greater Patagonian Trail update


The Greater Patagonian Trail (GPT) is 1,300 miles long and counting. It is a growing network of backroads and rutted trails stitched together to form an enormous route across South America, and almost nobody knows about it.

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Forsfest Carnage

Words, drawings and pictures by Jeremie Lamart, better pictures by Jacob Kastrup Haagensen

On a Thursday afternoon in september 2016 I took my car and drove 622 kilometers from Stockholm to Åre on the Norwegian border for a white water festival.

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hiking & paddling Gates of the Arctic, Alaska

… to Anaktuvuk, float southwest on the John River, hike west to the Alatna River, float southeast on the Alatna to access the Arrigetch, cross the Arrigetch, float northwest on the Noatak River, hike southwest to the Ambler River, and float west to Ambler.

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5 weeks hiking, paddling Greenland solo

Willem Vandoorne has done a number of the world’s most difficult long hikes. He’s just back from Greenland.

… which was without any doubt the most beautiful I have ever made and which has impressed and touched me deeply.

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