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Rafter Burner

  • Aired: 03/29/2013
  • 07:09
  • Rating: NR
British Columbia and Alaska have many spectacular whitewater rivers. Some hardy souls have traveled these waterways using kayaks, which are nimble and maneuverable enough to make the journey. But Idaho’s Mark Cramer is the only man in the world to use a raft to a make solo run down one of these treacherous rivers, the Susitna. He takes us along for his wild ride.
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Follow aNorth Idaho resident Mark Cramer down some of the region’s toughest rivers.
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