Women’s Specific Courses Most of our courses are co-ed, however, we offer Women’s Courses for those who feel more comfortable or prefer an all female learning environment; also a great way to find new paddle friends & trip partners!

It’s true!  Many women & men learn differently- male/female brains aren’t structured the same!

Packrafting is challenging and can be an intimidating sport to get into- especially in Alaska.  Learning in an all female peer group creates an opportunity for women to work at their own pace in a supportive group setting.  Our Women’s courses are opportunities to connect with other adventurous women in a friendly, empowering & more importantly- a really FUN & confidence building environment.


Curriculum & Itinerary

Women’s Courses follow the same itineraries & curriculums as our other offerings; please refer to those course’s general pages for respective Level 1, Level 2 & Level 3 gear lists, prerequisites, FAQ and other information.


Women's Level 1

Length: 1 day, 5-6 hrs


Weds: May 10th 4pm-9pm
Sun: May 7th: 10am-3pm

Cost: $150

Women's Level 2

Length: 2.5 days, 20 hrs


Fri-Sun: June 16-18th

Cost: $375

Gear Rental

If you require gear rentals to participate in a course, call or email the school to confirm availability & make your gear reservation PRIOR TO ONLINE REGISTRATION & PAYMENT! 

Packrafts & drysuit rentals are limited; these items also have size specifications.

If you book & pay for a course without rental confirmation you are responsible for providing the gear list items- people often borrow from friends or rent from elsewhere.

  • Packraft $40 day ($80 full course)
  • Drysuit $30 day ($60 full course)
  • Paddle $5 day ($10 full course)
  • PFD: $5 day ($10 full course)
  • Whitewater Helmet: $5 day ($10 full course)

Everything: (boat, drysuit, paddle, PFD, helmet for L2/3): $50 day or $100 full course

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Latest Past Events

Crow Pass Traverse

This is a classic “must do”overnight trip with excellent “packraft symmetry.” Hiking the Crow Pass Trail then paddling Eagle River offers all the best parts of Alaska: traveling the Historic Iditarod Trail, viewing historic mining areas, taking in waterfall views & epic glacial scenery in the high alpine before floating downstream. Packrafting Eagle River vs hiking down the valley allows better opportunities for wildlife spotting & taking in the surrounding Chugach Mountains.


Level 2: Whitewater Essentials

Goose Lake, Eagle River Goose Lake, Anchorage

For paddlers with previous packrafting experience wanting to strengthen their ability to read and paddle class II-III rivers. 2 full days



Level 1: Foundations

Level 2: Whitewater Essentials

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