In the spring of 2014, a trio of adventurers set off to explore the Tatshenshini River in Alaska by inflatable kayak. They spent 12 days in a remote wilderness that began at their put-in at Dalton Post in the Yukon and ended in Dry Bay. Along the way they found some of the most spectacular landscapes imaginable in a place that few people ever visit. You can get a taste of that expedition in the video below, which takes us down the Tatshenshini with them. You can also read more about the experience here.
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