Packrafting the Crown of the Continent

Packrafting the Crown of the Continent

Seven years in the making and based on hundreds of days in the field, this guidebook to Glacier and the Bob Marshall complex covers rivers and creeks of all types and difficulties.

For sale here.

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23 responses to “Packrafting the Crown of the Continent”

  1. dave, what is your email address? Can’t find it anywhere on your site…I guess that must be intentional. A group of packrafters have founded the American Packrafting Association and wanted to send you an invite.

  2. Hello! My name is Gail Fassnacht with Montana Packrafts a packraft rental business out of Whitefish, MT! I am delighted to find your sight and guidebook and would like to share a link on my webpage and our facebook page Montana Packrafts. Let me know if that sounds good to you! Thanks, Gail

    • Hi Gail. Best of luck with your business, there ought to be a good market for it.

      I wrote the guide for people to use, so link away. My email is in the Fine Print tab above if you’d like to chat.

  3. Amy with Jackson Hole Packraft & Packraft Rentals Anywhere here ( … I’ll also put a link up on my website. Good resource! I FedEx packraft rentals to Montana on a fairly regular basis and a lot of Jackson Hole folks head that way too.

  4. I see that Youngs creek before Han creek is not on the list. Might I say there is a lot of wood in the river, some small drops and one large fall (not suitable for a pack raft).