The Bomber Traverse Map [18×24″ wall display map]
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18×24″ Bomber Traverse wall display map in the current edition (2.1), printed by one of the West Coast’s best print shops on Mitsubishi Diamondjet Satin paper. If you’d like a copy of the Bomber Traverse Map to frame or display on your walls, this is the version to get.

A portion of every sale is donated to the Mountaineering Club of Alaska or to the maintenance crew for the Snowbird Glacier Hut. Special: for every copy purchased between September 1 and November 1, 2019, the entire purchase amount minus actual expenses will be donated directly to the MCA or to the maintenance crew for the Snowbird Hut.

Metal and acrylic prints are also available by request.

Looking for a weatherproof trail map instead? Check out the 13×19″ trail map. For more information about the Bomber Traverse Map, click here.

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The Bomber Traverse Map [13×19″ trail map]
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13×19″ Bomber Traverse trail map in the current edition (2.1), printed in high resolution on tear-resistant waterproof paper. Folded and shipped in an envelope.

A portion of every sale is donated to the Mountaineering Club of Alaska or to the maintenance crew for the Snowbird Hut. Special: for every copy purchased between September 1 and November 1, 2019, the entire purchase amount minus actual expenses will be donated directly to the MCA or to the maintenance crew for the Snowbird Hut.

Looking for an unfolded wall map instead? Check out the 18×24″ wall display map. For more information about the Bomber Traverse Map, click here.

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Current Packraft Companies
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Packraft History Current Packraft Companies Below is an alphabetical directory of established companies in the packraft industry. Aire USA Maker of the unique BAKraft packraft line. BAKraft packrafts feature self-bailing cockpits and separate air chambers inside Vectran fabric tubes. aire.com … Read More

Cockpit Configurations
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Anatomy of a Packraft Cockpit Configurations The cockpit of a packraft is the area in which a paddler sits. There are three broad categories of packraft cockpits: open boats, decked boats, and self-bailers. No one cockpit type is necessarily best, … Read More

Tokositna to Talkeetna
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68.5-mile packraft trip down the Tokositna, Chulitna and Susistna Rivers, from the Peters Hills to Talkeetna Some weekends are just weekends, and others are a week of adventure ratcheted down to a couple days. In July 2019, Brett Woelber, Tim … Read More

The Wedge
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The Wedge(4,660 ft.) Ridge Route: 5.5 miles each way, 2,939 ft. elevation gain. Difficulty: Class 3. ▼KMZ Ship Lake Pass Route: 6.4 miles each way, 2,766 ft. elevation gain. Difficulty: Class 2-. ▼KMZ The Wedge isn’t exactly an unknown peak: … Read More

Portage Glacier Calving
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Report and analysis of a March 2019 calving event at Portage Glacier There are many metaphors for the sound of a glacier calving: A rifle going off. Trains colliding. The crash and roll of thunder. None of these descriptions fully … Read More

Bold Peak
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Bold Peak(7,600 ft.) Stivers’ Gully Route: 14.7 miles each way, 7,561 ft. elevation gain. Difficulty: Class 3-c4. My time: 10.5 hours round trip ▼KMZ Bold Peak’s cliff-laced summit towers over the southeast end of Eklutna Lake, and to a casual … Read More

Cantata Boots and Boats
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20.3-mile hike and packraft loop around Cantata Peak, in Alaska’s Chugach State Park The September 2018 heatwave was so intense that Alaskans started referring to it as a new season: Second Summer. High-temperature records across the state were shattered, and … Read More

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