AYSEN, CHILE - Adventure Week with the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA)
PUERTO RÍO TRANQUILO, AYSEN, CHILE - Departing the Marble Cathedral rock formation in Lago General Carrera.
The gear is stacked, the rafts get defleated and rolled up.
At the pull-out the boats get unloaded.
Suddenly there are only two left in the boat. Jason at the helm. Rachel looking good on the bow.
Ah, the Maupin Bridge. The pull out is just ahead.
Everyone is still in the boat.
Some big splashes got everybody wet on that last run.
Another good rapid run for Mark and his team.
Setting up for the whitewater.
Mark and his crew hit Boxcar Rapid square on and make it through.
Another little stop.
More massive cliffs along the way.
Back on the river, ready to roll.
Drifting down stream again.
These two however seem to be moving more toward biology study.
A blatent message of the power of the flowing water and the dangers of the rapids.
Dave takes a moment to cast his line again...
Eddie gets ready to start loading the rafts.
Again, the rafts have not left us.
Once things get unpacked and the kitchen is set up, Dave and Ed whip up some eats.
Mark celebrates a well deserved victory after a solid day on the river.
A train rolls northbound (down river) this time as we pull into our spot for the night at Buckskin Mary Campground.
The late sun uses the western bank to cast a shadow on our last set of rapids for the day.
They meet up with Eddie and Philippe boards the cargo vessel.