Packrafting in Nepal, Balephi river.

A nice video from Kathmandustories.com about our trip to Balephi river, Nepal.

Read the full trip report here

Thanks again, Peter!

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  1. Mikael Liljekvist 3 March 2016 — 21 h 06 min

    Hej Jeremie! Måste först säga att du har valt fantastisk musik till dina filmer.
    Har någon fråga om packraft. Är det alpacka Denali Llama du använder? Ser att du har flera färger. En grön och en flerfärgad. Ser du några för och nackdelar angående färgval av packraft?

    Härlig video från Balephi river :). Ska förmodligen till Indien i vinter och kanske en packraft får följa med i packningen då :).

    Hälsningar, Mikael

    • Hi Mikael, Sorry to write in English, my Swedish is close to none. Thanks for the comment about the music I use. I try as much as possible to use music my friends produce, so thanks for them too!
      In terms of packraft, I have a Yukon Yak from Alpacka. I previously owned an olive green packraft (and my girlfriend still does) but for safety reasons I think having bright colors is the best. Same rule applies when mountaineering: you want to be found if something bad happens, and it’s especially true in rivers. Plus I’m a bit tired of the military look of the green, but this last is very personal.
      If you head to India, definitely bring your packraft with you, some parts of India are amazing for white water boating. Check out Luc Mehl’s website and contact Zorba Z. Laloo on facebook, he’s always keen to give people advice! Cheers and thanks for your interest!

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