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Relentless European Scene

It is summer time. Packrafts get employed for sure. However, never shall be forgotten where it originally came from. We are all part of a very long history. Manitoba Museum recently paid tribute to that by opening a complete Halkett exhibition.

Packrafting with children

One thing still relatively under-represented is the use of Packrafts with kids. Marc shows it works well:

Packrafting "for some time"

There is not always reason enough to purchase a packraft. As a member on BPL Forums express"The number of times I would be able to use such a raft is really the reason I would be hesitant to spend so much".  

But there is  also no real need to buy a packraft. Call it packraft sharing. Call it rentals. Ask a friend (and compensate them reasonably). Even the most addicted packrafters will have to admit: they can't use it all the time. And they will be happy it is made use of adequately. Or one plans for that: cooperative buying.

Torsten from

Relentless but not rentless

If all that does not work out, consider convenient commercial rentals from in Finland. Mark serves as a rental hub in Scandinavia. Likewise may Rob and Andy of do with their fleet on the British Isles. And so offers Packrafting Store its rental service for Central Europe.

This may not count, if you are well equipped, but it might be a good option to invite someone to come along! Marko did so with  friends for a week long trip on the "bear trail" in Finland/Kuusamo/Oulanka NP.

A bit furthe east went Jens, Russia to be exact. Jens claimes his Packraft has one of  the highest mileages travelling by plan, train an car. Very much possible. It has seen China, Russia and Brazil within one year. See some pictures from Karelia to the Sugar Loaf Mountain:

Robert, Silvio, Johan and Katerina improved their skills (white water technique course in Leipzig/Markkleeberg).


Benjamin fighting mosquitos and rain in Vassfaret of Norway (Part II)

Joni instead opts for warm weather packrafting

Rainer 'lechts' for the Lech. 

This can't be all. It is summer time. Where are yours about?