Packrafting is not one set thing, it can can take many forms.
It’s all about having that potential to travel by water stored away just waiting to be utilised. A packraft is a tool.
Here are some examples of how you can enjoy your packraft:
- Hiking and paddling – This is packrafting in it’s truest form. Hike until you come across some water, jump into your packraft and go.
- Biking and paddling AKA Bikerafting – Bike until you get to some water, strap the bike onto the front of the boat and off you go.
- Skiing and paddling – You get the idea. Particularly good for accessing ski spots that might otherwise be impossible to get to.
- Driving and paddling – Keep your packraft in your car boot and whenever you come across somewhere you fancy a paddle just inflate it and off you go. It certainly beats messing around putting a kayak on the roof!
- Motorbiking and paddling – Want to travel by motorbike to your paddling location, no problem.
- Alpine lake fishing – Packrafts are great for this because how else would you get a boat to some of these remote lakes!
- Extended adventures and Expeditions – For the more adventurous among us, make a packraft part of your planned adventure. Cross a mountain range, why not cross an entire country. The possibilities are literally endless with a packraft in your kit list.