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Remote River Man - Packrafting solo through the Kimberley

Kevin Casey and his Alpacka packraft explore the remote King Edward River in the northern Kimberley region of Western Australia - one of the most ...

Posted by Kevin Casey on November 16, 2010 at 7:58 PM 4808 Views

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Reply remoteriverman
6:17 AM on December 11, 2011 
Thanks, Trekker

I'll be heading back to the Kimberley in 2012 to conduct the "Creek with No Name" solo expedition, exploring some little known coastal creek systems feeding into the Admiralty Gulf - so rugged, the only way in and out is by helicopter.... can't wait to get back up there, to my "second home"....

Cheers,
Kevin Casey
Reply Trekker
5:15 AM on November 27, 2011 
Just saw the Kimberely Adventure 'Remote River Man' on Foxtel. What an adventurer and what an adventure. That's the way to do it. Done 4 similar walks in various parts of the Kimberely, both alone and with my Bro. They were exciting and truly satisfying...we both would love to do it for more than the 2-3 weeks that we had. Your 7 weeks would allow someone to really get out there and amongst it all....certainly one day we will. Keep up that pioneering spirit, and without the need of anything more than your own 2 feet!!
Trekker