Photo Gallery 57th: Rafting In China
摘要： This time we followed Last Descents to Sanjiangyuan National Park’s Lancangjiang area and experienced a long-distance rafting trip that lasted eight days, getting an exclusive view of this magnificent land that would soon to become an official national park.
Rafting is an emerging sport for the sports industry in China, especially long-distance rafting trips that last for a few days. At present, there aren’t many rivers in the country have the conditions for rafting and there is also a lack of such services.
This time in the 57th issue of Photo Gallery, we followed China Raft to Sanjiangyuan National Park’s Lancangjiang area and experienced a long-distance rafting trip that lasted eight days, getting an exclusive view of this magnificent land that would soon to become an official national park. A rafting team from Colorado’s Grand Canyon showed TMTPost how a professional team organizes and operates long-distance rafting activities.
Today, there is an increasing number of Chinese people interested in hiking and trekking in the wilds. What potential does this demand provide? And what is it really like to be out in the wild? This time, Travis Winn, founder of Last Descents, is taking TMTPost to the field to find some answers.
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