What do you get when you combine 400 km (248 miles) of bikepacking and packrafting in a remote region of British Columbia? For starters, you get one truly amazing adventure as you’ll see in the clip below.
In this short documentary we going a group of three friends as they set off into northwest BC to explore a part of the world that remains mostly wild and untouched by man. This part of Canada spawns there critically important rivers and is an untamed part of the world for sure. It is an amazing trip that takes them further than they ever expected.
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1 thought on “Video: A Wild Journey into the Sacred Headwaters of British Columbia”
It was stunning to watch your combination of bikepacking and packrafting in the remote region of British Columbia. It was really awesome to watch the adventurous effort you have done. You have taken the full effort to show this untamed part of the world. Really a thrilling experience to watch. Most enjoyed was the fishing part of it.
Well done the team members.
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