The Alaska Wingsuit Project: The Beginning

The Alaska Wingsuit Project is formed of a ragtag collection of folks with a passion for the mountains and a thirst for exploring the unknown. Join us as we discuss the roots of the project, the efforts taken discovering Alaska's first wingsuit BASE zone, and the fruits that it yielded last summer with our first successful expedition. From packrafting turbulent rivers, to speedflying rugged peaks, to slipping bush planes into the most impossible of locales, this truly has been the adventure of a lifetime. And it's not over.

Land Water Adventures specializes in guiding group courses, individual trainings, and outdoor adventures in Germany, Iceland, Norway and beyond. Follow him and his team through their adventures of 2016. Plan your next adventure here.

Venture to the Cirque of the Unclimbables - A Film by Dom Gill

Located in Canada's Northwest Territories, the peaks of the Cirque of the Unclimbables are listed in North America's 50 classic climbs. Three friends packraft their way to one of the range's most iconic peaks, the Lotus Flower.

Flashes of the Altai - A Film by Joey Schusler

Three childhood friends set out for the far western corner of Mongolia to combine mountain biking and packrafting in a self-supported adventure into the unknown. Never having attempted a mountain bike to packraft link-up, they decided it was a great idea to travel to one of the most remote and sparsely populated places in the world to try it out.

Listen to the River by Wild Confluence Films

A classic summer adventure on the roadless South Fork Flathead river in Montana's vast Bob Marshall Wilderness. Follow the Wild Confluence crew on their fully self supported packraft adventure as they enjoy some of finest fly fishing in the lower 48, endless solitude and the rhythm of this pristine river. And just as the trip of a lifetime is about to come to a close things take an unexpected turn.

Leven Canyon Packraft Trip - Tasmania, Australia by Wild Oates Productions

I made this video back in 2014 when we got to paddle the first generation of the Kokopelli packrafts - the Renegade. How far their designs have come since this time! This was one of the many trips that convinced me that packrafting manufacturers needed to make self-bailers.