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I'd like to go down the Illinois River in Southern Oregon sometime this June. The best time to go is 'March through to mid-May', according to the review on AmericanWhitewater.org, so if it doesn't happen this year I'd like to find other people interested in going down it next year (2017). I'd be int...
I've faced the same problem. It's hard finding a dry-bag that I can fit all my gear into. I've got a 70 liter cheap dry bag that I bought on eBay for under $10. It serves its purpose, but... It's a pain to carry it from the landing site to a potential campsite. And the 70L bag makes everything a pre...
- Mon May 30, 2016 6:58 pm
- Forum: Packrafting Gear
- Topic: Human waste disposal system. Any tips?
- Replies: 8
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A Nalgene. I have to carry a human waste disposal system that is BLM approved on my packrafting trips that you need a permit for. The BLM say that for a 2-day trip a Nalgene is totally acceptable. That means I don't have to carry anything extra (which is obviously important for the weight restrictio...
- Thu May 26, 2016 9:41 am
- Forum: Northwest
- Topic: Rogue River - June 8th and 9th
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Hello! I've got a permit to go down the Rogue River 'Wild & Scenic' section on June 8th (2016). Looking to see if any fellow packrafters will be on the Rogue at that time, maybe meet up? I'm planning on either: putting in at Grave Creek and then hiking back, or parking at Foster Bar, hiking upstream...
Hi, I'm heading down the Lower Klamath River this weekend (Saturday 28th of May through Sunday 29th of May, 2016). It's a scenic stretch of river at the top of Northern California. My rough and flexible itinerary is to park at Dillon Creek Campground and then hike / hitch-hike upriver (the Bigfoot S...