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  • The Saw-Sal-Way.

    A ~310 mile traverse of Idaho using skis and packrafts.

    https://mikesee.exposure.co/the-sawsalway


  • #2
    Wow, what an awesome trip. So you were carrying the rafts on your packs? That does sound like quite a burden.

    Shoutout to whoever was on the Objectives.

    ETA: I've rafted that section of the middle fork in the summer. It is stunningly beautiful and remote. Can't imagine the logistical and physical challenges with doing it in the snow.

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    • #3
      Wow wow wow, amazing trip and amazing trip report! Do I spy some Alien 3.0 full carbon skimo race boots?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jtb View Post
        Wow, what an awesome trip. So you were carrying the rafts on your packs? That does sound like quite a burden.

        Shoutout to whoever was on the Objectives.

        The boats weigh ~10#. Add in paddle, drysuit, river shoes, PFD, helmet, throw bag, etc... and the whole whitewater kit is probably ~25#.

        I was on Altai's in the 'tooths and Objective BC's with 3-pins from the Salmon to the Selway. Jesse had OB/BC's and Tom had (IIRC) V6 BC's.

        And yes, Tom had those silly carbon boots.



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        • #5
          That's a fantastic TR. Combing two activities is always logistically and physically challenging -- extremely well done.

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          • #6
            Incredible trip!
            the fall line is your friend.... resistance is futile

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