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2019冰川皮划艇探险v2 | 阿拉斯加户外与文化 沙龙

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发表于 2019-2-20 07:25 显示全部帖子 | 只看本帖大图
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阿拉斯加kayak之旅顺利结束,即将踏上返程之际,衷心感谢kurt领队不辞辛劳的精心安排以及各位小伙伴的同心协力,领略壮美自然风光的同时,感慨美国国家公园完善严谨的管理体系及人与动物和谐共处的生态环境,以及整个社会环境对皮划艇等各种户外运动的包容,支持与鼓励,从最初的预订公园名额,到实地安全教育及路线,天气,营地,动物,潮汐信息公共提示,成熟高效的船只租赁,运输,装载,直至潮汐间争分夺秒“抢滩登陆”高效流程的设计,无不体现其户外运动极其广泛的受众面与接纳程度,正视差距,希望在我们这一代人的时间里,奋起直追,与每一个热爱自然的人,分享大好山河







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发表于 2019-2-20 07:43 显示全部帖子
本帖最后由 yampa 于 2019-2-20 07:44 编辑

上面图片是阿拉斯加 1.0 版本图片,2.1&2.2 订票接近后半段。我们将在8264以及其他平台直播活动进展,这是中国户外皮划艇,集体探险,有史以来最受关注也是国际项目或国内海洋探险最重的一出戏。从2017/11月,开始得到许多老司机的严重支持,我们借以这次机会,宣传我们的户外皮划艇, 以及我们的梦想,也欢迎有类似想法同学,加入我们全国爱好者联盟,我们帮助你实现海洋以及河流目标,在经济负担不是很大情况下。

我的一个理念,如果你真心热爱河流和海洋,有自己的梦想,哪怕经济拘谨,我们会努力降低成本(你自己也得用力)让梦想和热情超越各种艰难险阻, 实现之!
发表于 2019-2-28 11:06 显示全部帖子
与上次一样,这不是商业活动,而是爱好者2.0 活动

参加活动有一些国内思路最开放的水上运动爱好者,包括金犀牛最佳探险提名,几位俱乐部老板,以及北美华人,智利激流爱好者,国际纵队,我是设计者,策划者,总领队。某位俱乐部老板还是8264 创始人的户外好朋友。

发表于 2019-3-2 00:16 显示全部帖子
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去年参加 查尔斯 河皮划艇 比赛 3人签证都过
今年 参加 查尔斯 河皮划艇 比赛 1人签证过, 一人不过
今年阿拉斯加签证 10, 90% 过
发表于 2019-3-2 00:16 显示全部帖子
海洋探险对人心里素质要求很高

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It’s day eight of a two-week trip to a remote mountain peak. The weather’s turned for the worse, and someone loses control of the stove and dinner gets burnt to a crisp.

Then, someone leaves some gear out in the rain. Another teammate, worried about not making the summit, stresses that the weather window might close. Tensions build.

Two things could happen here. First, the group could fall apart. Or, they could take a deep breath, eat a crispy dinner, dry out some gear, crack a few jokes, and see what the weather does the next day. The difference between the first and the second scenarios is something called “Expedition Behavior.” It’s the difference between functional and dysfunctional groups when the going gets tough.

What Exactly is “Expedition Behavior”?

“Expedition Behavior” is the term National Outdoor Leadership School founder Paul Petzoldt used to describe the set of behaviors that keep a group moving together in the wilds. Like a finely tuned marriage, an expedition must navigate good times and bad and manage complex unknown risks. Also like a marriage, while any group can hang together for a weekend, the pressures of long outdoor adventures mean that it’s likely that at some point everyone will mess up in one way or another. Expedition Behavior is how teams get along while also performing at a high level.

How To Create Positive “Expedition Behavior”

1. SUPPORT THE GROUP’S GOALS
Before your group leaves the trailhead or put-in, everyone should know what the goals are. Is it to climb a peak? Have a relaxing time in a wild and remote place? See a lot of wildlife? If these goals aren’t clear and aligned, the group is in for trouble. There is often room for individual goals within the group goal—like using layover days to climb nearby peaks—but the group goal comes first.

2. TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF
Manage your own needs. If you let yourself get dehydrated, cold, or exhausted, you’ll end up slowing down the rest of the group or putting them at risk when dehydration or exhaustion affects how you can perform in challenging situations.

3. PITCH IN
Everyone should contribute to group tasks. This includes routine camp chores like cooking meals, hanging food, and filtering water; and roles like route-finding, decision-making, rowing rafts, and leading and belaying climbs.

4. HELP OTHERS BUT DON’T DO THEIR WORK FOR THEM
Of course, there will be plenty of times when your teammates need help. Help out. That doesn’t mean you should fill in for them entirely. This can lead from “helping” to “enabling” and builds frustration and dependence.

5. MODERATE POTENTIALLY ANNOYING BEHAVIORS
Everyone has behaviors that are fun on the first few days but get old quickly. These range from the goofy jokes, boisterous laughing at night, or forgetting to brush their teeth. Keep a handle on these habits. You want room for individuality, but the pressures of a long trip will make what once was charming now a nuisance.

6. ADMIT SHORTCOMINGS AND CORRECT THEM
When you make a mistake, fess up and move on. This lets the rest of the group forgive and help out. Masking them or trying to blame them on someone else or some uncontrollable situation will build tension instead of cohesion.

7. SUPPORT EVERYONE’S GROWTH
Expeditions exist in part to build skills and strength in humans, as well as to achieve goals. Rotating leadership and an environment where everyone takes turns leading, setting up safety, scouting rapids, and other key roles builds everyone’s leadership ability as long as there are safeguards in place if things go wrong. This redundancy is also a group’s protection against one critical person getting injured.

8. BE “COW-LIKE”
When the going gets tough, the tough…don’t react much at all. Being “cow-like” means stay calm and sort it out. This applies to sudden storms or a frustrated teammate. Reacting strongly raises the group’s tension level. A calm demeanor doesn’t mean disregard—but it does help you think, act calmly and make a plan.

9. RELAXED AWARENESS
Cultivate a mentality where you’re relaxed and enjoying nature but still very aware of subtle changes in weather, snow conditions, sea state, and other key conditions. Groups that are continuously scanning their environment will have storm-proofed their camp hours before the front hits….because they saw a nuanced change in the cloud patterns or noticed the barometer dropping a few hours ago.

10. BE FUNNY
Expeditions can be stressful, and even more so when things aren’t going perfectly. Keep the atmosphere light…except when it shouldn’t be.

Expeditions are too challenging to boil down to black-and-white rules. But Expedition Behavior can help any group stay together when the rain is coming sideways, the tent is leaking, and a warm bed is far away. It’s also what makes the bond between adventurers deep and lasting.
发表于 2019-3-5 04:37 显示全部帖子
本帖最后由 yampa 于 2019-3-5 04:51 编辑

最近花了一些时间帮朋友们,设计非皮划艇活动部分,纠正好些大大小小错误,有的很关键,这事得吹吹自己,北美华人自驾游最好的设计师,可能就是我,未来同样会产生很多有价值东西,没有中国人比我懂美国西部户外更多,而且考虑东西可以几乎天衣无缝

我一些朋友也说过,做目前的事,真有点埋没我大才,不过我热爱,而且活动高素质人聚集越多,所以不亏

我不懂国内,但非常精通美国

我一辈子不会再参加北美洋人当向导活动(合作可以),因为他们最好设计都不一定比我好。


发表于 2019-3-5 06:57 显示全部帖子
这次活动报名的规律和启示

1, 一开始受到老牌爱好者,划艇精英, 一些见过世面俱乐部老板 的支持,比想象要热烈
2, 在中等爱好者里,影响目前比较失望,大部分在观望犹豫而已,不过正常,时间不够,对事物的判断与决心,不如老司机们是自然的事。皮划艇文化急需宣传和培养。
3, 由于反映程度与报名的规律,决定了这种跨洋活动是精英为主角, 你想把它参与人的素质降低而规模扩大化,在目前情况下,不大可能。 也就是物以类聚
发表于 2019-3-10 14:05 显示全部帖子
  通过阿拉斯加活动报名,我在去年完成整合中国海洋舟核心爱好者的艰巨任务

这礼拜,又是通过欧美活动,整合了中国最好的8 家海洋静水皮划艇俱乐部,外加两个爱好者团体。

都提前 半年达到目标。在2017 年11 月发出活动第一次告示前,我问青岛艇友,是不是召集过程就是宣传过程,他说是。于是在活动18 月起就发起了这次中国海洋舟国内爱好者,历史第一回世界级目的地的长途探险活动。

有些生意人也许会关注赚多少钱,我根本不在意,因为那是小格局思维。

没想到在全国爱好者一年宣传中,一点点变,在过程中孕育一个巨变(也许我期待在活动结束之后),然而之前就发生,没想到,而且整合海洋俱乐部过程也提前结束。

再次说明,过程远比结果重要
发表于 2019-3-10 14:11 显示全部帖子
这种模式的探险,国内爱好者并不熟悉(否则不需要我18 个月准备期),但是欧美户外精髓的精髓,那就是水上大海荒野户外。

历史的发展总是有它规律,在我不是很有信心下,国内爱好者一点点接受这种文化。

如果说策略上最大成功, 一是时间我给足了,而是,我摸到了国内爱好者心中的梦想,就是阿拉斯加多日冰川海洋探险,几乎100% 中级皮划艇爱好者都向往它。
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