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    Packrafting the Khovd

    A paddle down the Khovd River of Western Mongolia amidst a fast approaching winter proves to make a deeply memorable experience for two young travellers. A part of the Tales from the Steppe film coll...

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    Packrafting the Khovd

    Directed by Matthew Traver 2012 9 min
    The Khovd River flows for over 500km from the Altai Mountains on the Mongolian-Russian border to Khar-Us Lake.

    Matt and Jamie get their first taste of wild water packrafting by descending a section of the Khovd starting in Olgii, the capital of Western Mongolia. They soon find how the fast approaching winter and their lack of paddling experience combine together to make a deeply memorable jaunt in the wilderness.

    A part of the Tales from the Steppe film collection available at talesfromthesteppe.com

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    Packrafting the Khovd

    The Khovd River flows for over 500km from the Altai Mountains on the Mongolian-Russian border to Khar-Us Lake.

    Matt and Jamie get their first taste of wild water packrafting by descending a section of the Khovd starting in Olgii, the capital of Western Mongolia. They soon find how the fast approaching winter and their lack of paddling experience combine together to make a deeply memorable jaunt in the wilderness.

    A part of the Tales from the Steppe film collection available at talesfromthesteppe.com

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