Nobody's River - Paddling Siberia's Amur River

March 23, 2021

Nobody's River - Paddling Siberia's Amur River

 

As TRAK evolves and the story continues, it's important to stop for a second and reflect on where we have came from. Nearly one decade ago in 2013 TRAK supported four "untamed women" as they paddled an untamed river.

 

The Amur River runs through Mongolia, Russia and China. Its headwaters begin in Mongolia’s Khan Khentii National Reserve, a day’s travel north of the capital Ulaanbaatar, and it empties into the Pacific Ocean some 4444 km later.

Sabra, Becca, Amber and Krystle had an experience of a lifetime, and documented their entire journey with a 30 minute documentary; This film will leave you with tears of joy and leave soft tears on your heart.

On April 20th at 6:00PM PST We invite you to join us for a 1 hour event where we will broadcast the "Nobody's River" screening via a Facebook Watch Party and provide commentary and offer exclusive Q&A from the Nobody's River expedition team.

 

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Watch the screening HERE for the Nobody's River film on Apr 20

 

 

 
 

 

 

As production at the TRAK factory ramps up and TRAK begins to build out the run of 800 TRAK kayaks for 2021 - We are looking to SHIFT gears in 2022. 

 

 

Unleash your vitality with us!

 

 

 



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