This video depicts a 3-day, 45-mile packrafting and hiking trip from Port Lions back to Kodiak. I took the mail plane to Port Lions to avoid westerly winds forecasted for Kizhuyak Bay. I paddled down the east shore of Kizhuyak to the KEA Terror Lake hydroelectric project service road. I walked up the haul road until it entered the alpine at which point I left the road and traveled cross-country along the ridge to the Widgeon Bowl, eponymous for the Grumman Widgeon wrecked there. I then continued over the southern flank of Crown Mountain and the 3 subsequent ridges until finally descending into Bell Flats on the 3rd day, hiking out the 4th of July trail. Kodiak has some lovely high country and it is possible to do longer trips that avoid brush if you plan well.