Please be advised, the price above does not include shipping. Round trip shipping is $40/1 raft, $50/2 rafts, $60/ 3 rafts and $70/4 rafts for rafts shipped in Montana. Rates for outside of Montana are as follows: Rafts shipped outside of Montana but still in the Western US are an additional $5 /package. Rafts shipped East of the Mississippi are an additional $15/package (above the Montana rate). Please call or email for all shipping rates for groups of 5 rafts or more or rentals outside of the continental US. If there is a miscalculation on shipping we will refund/charge the card used to correct the miscalculation. Card user will be notified before card is charged for this purpose.
Also, our booking system isn’t working perfectly, so if the days you want are unavailable, it doesn’t hurt to call or email us to double check that it isn’t an error on our website! 406-272-6468 email@example.com
|Exterior Length||97″ / 246cm||97″ / 246cm|
|Exterior Width||38″ / 97cm||38″ / 97cm|
|Interior Length||48.5″ / 123cm||48.5″ / 123cm|
|Interior Width at Hips||14.5″ / 37cm||14.5″ / 37cm|
|Weight*||4lb 12oz / 2.15kg||5lb 0oz / 2.27kg|
*Weight includes all components except inflation bag, repair kit.
Alpacka Website Description:
“Thirty-one years ago I had never heard of anybody else lashing a bike onto a boat before. It was my own idea, with my first mountain bike in 1987. I wanted to explore an area for moose hunting on the far side of the Delta River, a big glacier river in the Alaska Range. I used a Sherpa Packraft to get across. I rode buffalo trails, ended up shooting a moose, used the bike to wheel meat to the river, and then I ferried it all over in my raft.” ~Legacy Ambassador, Roman Dial. He acquired his first Alpacka Raft in the early 2000s.
For many years, the only way to carry your gear on large, multi-sport packraft adventures was either inside the boat on the floor, or mounted to the bow. However, in 2011, we changed the game completely when we invented the Cargo Fly internal gear storage system. This design not only kept your gear drier, it also dramatically increased handling and whitewater performance. However, it didn’t solve the problem of carrying large bulky items like bicycles, big game animals, and large packs on the bow.
Welcome the Caribou with our latest innovation, the Late Rise Bow, that combines the stability and load carrying ability of a rockerless hull with the whitewater and wave performance of a rockered hull. Unlike anything else on the market, the Late Rise Bow still provides a rocker to shed waves and whitewater, but it moves beginning of the rocker in front of the bow’s mounted load. The result is a broad stable platform for mounting bulky and heavy items like bicycles that carries them high and keeps them out of the water when paddling. And, the load remains balanced and stable on both water and land.
To keep the weight and bulk at an absolute minimum, while preserving our legendary durability, we utilized the same lightweight 210-denier high count nylon fabric as the Scout and the 840-denier floor featured in our other packrafts. The result is an ultralight, full-size bikeraft or ultralight hunting raft that rolls up small for stashing in a pack or on your handlebar roll. It’s also available with a Cargo Fly, for keeping bulky gear on the bow and loose gear inside and dry.