Self-Support on Idaho’s South Fork

Product Reviews

Idaho’s Class IV-V South Fork of the Salmon River drops a whopping 1,600 vertical feet in 40 miles, before dumping into the Main Salmon for an 18-mile paddle out. It combines wilderness and whitewater into one of the best self-support kayaking trips in the country. The only caveat being you’re …

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The Flight of Our Life

Essays From the Field

We were dropped off north of the continental divide and headed into the heart of the Brooks Range. The weight of our packs were savage at 65lbs. Any more weight and our gliders would have been too overloaded to launch. We cut every ounce possible; packing the lightest dyneema tents,

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In Honor of Cody Tuttle

Essays From the Field

Cody and I spent the last 9 years building a life together based off of adventure, media, and working to leave the world a better place. This fall, Malcom Wood, a good friend and producer of The Last Glaciers documentary, asked if I’d like to travel to Nepal with the

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