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         Kayaking And Canoeing:     more books (100)
  1. Canoeing the Delaware River: Revised Edition by Gary Letcher, 1997-09-01
  2. Canoeing and Kayaking Utah: A Complete Guide to Paddling Utah's Lakes, Reservoirs & Rivers by Michael R. Fine, 2006-06-05
  3. Kayaking the Inside Passage: A Paddling Guide from Olympia, Washington to Muir Glacier, Alaska by Robert H. Miller, 2005-05-03
  4. Whitewater Kayaking: The Ultimate Guide by Ken Whiting, Kevin Varette, 2008-06-01
  5. Recreational Kayaking: The Ultimate Guide by Ken Whiting, 2009-05-10
  6. Freestyle Canoeing: Contemporary Paddling Technique by Lou Glaros, Charlie Wilson, 1994-03-01
  7. Sea Kayaking Illustrated : A Visual Guide to Better Paddling by John Robison, 2003-03-27
  8. Guide to Sea Kayaking on Lakes Superior and Michigan: The Best Day Trips and Tours (Regional Sea Kayaking Series) by Bill Newman, Sarah Ohmann, et all 1999-05-01
  9. Canoeing Canada's Northwest Territories: A Paddler's Guide
  10. Canoeing & Kayaking: Techniques, Tactics, Training (Crowood Sports Guides) by Marcus Bailie, 1991-09-01
  11. The Complete Book of Canoeing and Kayaking by Gordon Richards, 1981-08-27
  12. Extreme Sea Kayaking: A Survival Guide by Michael Powers, Eric Soares, 1999-03-30
  13. Kayaking Puget Sound, the San Juans, and Gulf Islands: 50 Trips on the Northwest's Inland Waters by Randel Washburne, R. Carey Gersten, 1999-05-06
  14. Expedition Canoeing, 20th Anniversary Edition: A Guide to Canoeing Wild Rivers in North America (How to Paddle Series) by Cliff Jacobson, 2005-07-01

41. Lightning Paddles - Hot Links To Whitewater Kayaking And Canoeing
Click to get out of another site s frames. Whitewater Kayak and Canoe Links (In no particular order ). Canoeing and Kayaking Info Another new Web site (Aug.
Home About New Catalog ... Comment Lightning Links to the WWW Whitewater Links Click to get out of another site's frames Whitewater Kayak and Canoe Links (In no particular order...)

42. Kayaking And Canoeing Havasu NWR
kayaking and canoeing. Colorado River Local boat launches that allow access to the Colorado River include the Topock Gorge Marina
Contact Us Site Map Southwest Region 2 Refuges National Wildlife Refuge System ... USFWS National Site Kayaking and Canoeing Colorado River
Local boat launches that allow access to the Colorado River include the Topock Gorge Marina, Arizona (exit 1, I-40), Park Moabi (located 11 miles south of Needles, CA on I-40), Havasu State Park at Windsor Beach (on London Bridge Road in Lake Havasu City). There are many other private and public boat launches along the Colorado River. Paddlers can enjoy a down river experience by launching at either Topock Gorge Marina or Park Moabi and paddling through the Havasu Wilderness Area. Castle Rock, located at river mile 220, is a designated take out area for non-motorized boats. Access to the Castle Rock parking area is off of Vista Drive in the community of Crystal Beach. It is necessary to portage the boats approximately 100 yards to/from the sandy beach landing area. Castle Rock Bay is closed to PWC use and is a no wake zone for all other watercraft.

43. Kayaking And Canoeing Page
Media. kayaking and canoeing Page. Kayak and Canoe Institute (UMD); Kayaking the San Juan Islands with Outdoor Odyseys; UMD Kayak
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WaterSports Recreation Directory kayaking and canoeing Organizations. kayaking and canoeing Organizations. Sort categories by name

45. British Canoe Union South Region -  News,  Views And Events
News, events, and information on kayaking and canoeing for the south of England. Includes details on courses, trips, events, shops, and racing.
Editor: Geoff Rippington British Canoe Union Southern Region Your Regional View of News, Events and Information NEWS Picture Gallery Feedback FINDER Clubs Shops Training Facilities Rivers/Access ... Jerry's Links INTERESTS Canoe Polo Freestyle Marathon Open Canoeing ... Touring/Recreation BCU SOUTH The Committee Action Plan PaddlePower D of E Awards ... - Committee Minutes BCU South Summer Trips It may seem a long way away but stick them in your diary now and you will not forget them! A small selection is provided below, go to Interests: Touring / Recreational for the full list and more details. 16th May Wallingford to Pangbourne Contact: Gill Goodchild: 01 18 843162 Cricklade to Lechlade Contact: Steve Westcott: 01252 654817 June 3rd Teigh Estuary - From Teignmouth Contact: Dennis Walls, 71 Butts Road, Exeter, EX2 5BG. Tel: 01392 433811 June 13th Fowey Estuary - From Golant Contact: Dennis Walls, 71 Butts Road, Exeter, EX2 5BG. Tel: 01392 433811

46. Photos Of Kayaking And Canoeing In The Upper Peninsula
next up previous Next Whitewater photos Up MTU Paddlers Club Previous Club activities. Photos of kayaking and canoeing in the Upper Peninsula.
Next: Whitewater photos Up: MTU Paddlers' Club Previous: Club activities
Photos of kayaking and canoeing in the Upper Peninsula

Richard E. Honrath

47. Kayaking And Canoeing
kayaking and canoeing. Canoeists and kayakers can find various fun at the Gunpowder Falls, Patapsco Valley, and Susquehanna State
Kayaking and Canoeing Canoeists and kayakers can find various fun at the Gunpowder Falls Patapsco Valley , and Susquehanna State Parks with a mix of flatwater and various degrees of whitewater conditions. The Potomac River is runable for much of its considerable length although some sections will involve portages around more exciting rapids and dams. Harper's Ferry, 90 minutes from Baltimore, is home to some very scenic, mild whitewater at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers. There are several outfitters there and several outfitters which run float, raft and kayak trips. For wild birds, ponies and fine flatwater paddling, Assateague Island is unsurpassed, and canoes can be rented on the Bay side. Sandy Point Park on the bay, less than an hour from JHU, rents boats and you can enjoy sheltered ocean boating. There is even a boat launch in the Baltimore Harbor for those who don't mind paddling around with the Water Taxis (not for the faint of heart!). Great! But where can I get a boat to use? Hudson Trail Outfitters in Towson (410-583-0494) has a pair of canoes for rent for $25 dollars per day. On busy weekends, they go quickly, so calling a week or two in advance is a good idea. For those interested in white-water boating or rafting, three of the nation's premier white-water venues are located within a day's drive of Baltimore: the

48. Nantahala River Rafting, Kayaking And Canoeing
Watch the excitement or experience the thrills of the Nantahala River by rafting, canoeing or kayaking.

Nantahala River Rafting The Nantahala River offers the thrill and excitement of riding the river rapids in a raft, canoe or kayak. Eight miles of waves and swift, clear currents make the Nantahala River a delight for almost all ages interested in learning whitewater rafting. The trip takes a little over 3 hours and contains several class I and II rapids, with an optional class III at the end. No matter if you go-it alone or with a guide, it will be a memory you'll treasure for a lifetime. Please note that in my extensive research I have found that no one under the weight of 60 lbs. is allowed to ride down the Nantahala River. Also, the above photo is a picture of rafters taking the Wesser Falls during competition. These falls are not open to the public for rafting without a guide and special arrangements.
Tuckaseigee River Rafting
Blue Ridge Outing Company Kids and their families and friends are our specialty, not a sideline. We focus our trips on you and a fun family adventure. Our trips are not wild and hardcore, they are fun and family oriented. It's great fun for kids and adults! We do lots of group trips, and they find the Tuckaseigee River a pleasant change of pace from hardcore white-water. And, more members of your group can join in on the fun. Group rates are available. Give us a call.
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Call: (800) 572-3510

49. Griztrax Kayaking And Canoeing Links
Canoeing (and kayaking) in Sweden. Scott s Web Page / Another great photo gallery. Infohub Canoeing and Kayaking Links Page Piles of Links.
"All animals, except Man, know that the principal business of Life is to enjoy it." Samuel Butler (1835 - 1902) The Way of All Flesh
Sunrise on Capers Island, a wild barrier island off the coast of South Carolina. Carolina Heritage Outfitters : If you're planning a trip to the Edisto River in South Carolina, I highly recommend the services of this superb outfitter. They have kayaks, canoes, shuttle service, and also offer some of the most unique accomodations I've ever stayed in - a treehouse that sits 25 feet above the river in a wildlife refuge. There's also a cabin in the woods behind the treehouse, and a group camping area beside the river upstream from the treehouse. Try it out for a once-in-a-lifetime experience on the blackwater of one of South Carolina's prettiest rivers. Coastal Expeditions : Located in Mt. Pleasant, north of Charleston, SC, these folks offer some incredible barrier island tours, along with kayak and gear rentals at very reasonable prices. They're a friendly bunch, going way beyond the usual to provide you with an exceptional experience. If you'd like to visit some of the wild barrier islands, or explore some of the old rice plantations near Charleston, drop by first at Coastal Expeditions SeaYackers Sea Kayak Club : Paddling the waters of the Southeast.

50. Appalachian Mountain Club: New Hampshire Chapter
Organization is involved in hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, kayaking and canoeing, and conservation work. Includes new, events, and links.
Appalachian Mountain Club
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Welcome! We're the New Hampshire Chapter, one of twelve volunteer-run Chapters of the Appalachian Mountain Club. If you're looking for information on the AMC Huts and Lodging membership, or employment, you should go to the main AMC web site operated by the Club staff in the Boston and Pinkham Notch offices. Chapter Calendar May 16 Mountaineering Artist Bluff Beginning Rock Climbing Instruction. Geared for those with little or no rock climbing experience. Learn basics: equipment needs, tying in, belaying and some climbing technique. Equipment provided except rock shoes. Contact leaders: Jackie Veal (895-4476 by 8 pm) and Jed Eliades. June 5 Trails Crew National Trails Day Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway - Help us maintain our section of this trail or join one of several other projects. There will be work for folks of all abilities and experiences (including none). Free pizza after. Option to car-camp free Saturday night and hike on Sunday. Good for families and kids! June 5 Conservation "Invasive Plant Removal" On National Trails Day, June 5, 2004, the Conservation Committee is holding a walk/work day on invasive plants at Piscataquog River Park in Manchester.

51. KAYAKING & CANOEING: Touring In Schuylerville
KAYAKING CANOEING. Touring in Schuylerville region. kayaking and canoeing provide exercise, adventure and best of all, relaxation. By this

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On the Hudson and Battenkill Rivers by John Miller Here, the Hudson River provides various routes and can be enjoyed many times. This section of the Hudson River is a part of the Champlain Canal, a branch of the Intracoastal Waterway. It usually is quiet and there are seldom motorboats. The speed limit for motorboats is 10 mph, unless they are pulling a waterskier. I have yet to see a waterskier and generally there is little boat traffic, making this area pleasant for paddling. The scenery is excellent with many trees and few houses. Each time that I paddle this segment of the canal system, I encounter numerous people fishing from shore and small boats. The people that live along the river are friendly and always willing to answer questions about the canal. At the Schuylerville put-in, there is a gentle grassy slope that provides easy access to the water's edge. The river flows north to south and has a slow current at this spot. During the summer months, the current is nothing to be concerned about. However, if there has been significant rainfall, the current may become stronger and more caution is advisable if you are not a strong paddler.

52. Kayaking And Canoeing Links
Paddle Kent County is a canoeing and kayaking guide to Kent County s rivers, streams and creeks. Kayaking, Canoeing Rowing in Kent County.
Chester River North Chester River South Sassafras River Chesapeake Bay ... Chester River Rowing Club Useful Links to Other Paddling Sites American Canoe Association US Canoe Association Chesapeake Paddlers Association Association of North Atlantic Kayakers ... Boating

53. Willamette Kayak & Canoe Club Webpage
The club s goals are to Promote the enjoyment, challenges, thrills, and camraderie of whitewater kayaking and canoeing. Willamette Kayak and Canoe Club, Inc.
The Willamette Kayak and Canoe Club has a membership of over 200, and is based in the mid-Willamette Valley of Western Oregon in the city of Corvallis. The club's goals are to:
  • Promote the enjoyment, challenges, thrills, and camraderie of whitewater kayaking and canoeing.
    Organize river and surf outings for its members.
    Promote water safety.
    Help members acquire the confidence and skills needed for white water boating.
    Help conserve, preserve and protect the free-flowing rivers of Oregon.

  • Willamette Kayak and Canoe Club, Inc.
    P.O. Box 1062
    Corvallis, Oregon 97339

    54. Whitewater Kayaking And Canoeing Clinics And Classes, River, Schools, Ocooe, Cha
    adventures, whitewater kayaking and canoeing clinics and classes, river, schools, ocooe, chattooga, nantahala, hiwassee, river guides.
    We hire only AMGA Certified Top Rope Site Managers
    Rock Climbing Adventure Racing Rafting Kayaking ... State Parks
    Chattooga River Kayaking and Canoeing
    Ever wanted to learn how to canoe or kayak? GA-Adsventures provides instruction for the first time boater who wants to learn basic paddling skills or the intermediate paddler who wants to practice technique. Our professional instructors are second to none and safety is paramount on all of our paddling excursions. Courses vary in length from 1 day samplers to intensive five day clinics. Instruction is available select weekends (as noted below) and most weekdays. Our canoe and kayak clinics include all gear, transportation, and lunch. Learn to kayak or canoe on one of thw worlds most exciting rivers.
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    Sept 6, 7, 13, 14, 27, 28
    (price per day) Individual Instruction $135.00

    55. GORP Paddling: Canoeing, Kayaking And Rafting
    GORP's central page for paddling resources including regional guides, advice, maps, and articles for kayaking, canoeing, and rafting . at home and around the globe. Gear Up. Get the skinny on paddling gear. Meet Jonathan. Couples canoeing She rudders, he

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    56. Canoeing And Kayaking Info - Paddling.Net
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    57. American Canoe Association - Canoeing, Kayaking And Rafting, Paddler Resources,
    American Canoe Association (ACA) is a canoeing, kayaking and rafting organization to promote paddlesports and river conservation.
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    ACA Receives Education Grant from Ohio DNR: Funds Ohio College of Canoeing and Kayaking
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    American Canoe Association 7432 Alban Station Blvd. Suite B-232 Springfield, VA 22150 703-451-0141
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    58. Robert Faubert Photographer - Kayak, Raft And Canoe
    Robert Faubert is a professional adventure sports photographer specializing in capturing whitewater kayaking, rafting, and canoeing upon film. Samples are shown.
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    permission of Robert Faubert. This site is not affiliated with or beholden to any company or organization. 2000/2001/2002/2003

    59. Global Adrenaline :: Adventure Travel Specialists
    Provides customized itineraries globally including hiking, mountain biking, safaris, kayaking, canoeing, and scuba diving. Includes trip details and destination information.
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    Are you looking to take an active and adventurous vacation? Do you have a few spare weeks? Are you looking for the "trip of a lifetime"? Look no further… We at Global Adrenaline are adventure travel specialists committed to providing the finest in customized itineraries globally. Challenge your mind, body and soul with a Global Adrenaline adventure to: Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, Antarctica or the Arctic! Activities
    Our trips are designed with adventure seekers in mind, exploring new cultures, geographies and ecosystems in a participatory fashion. Itineraries include hiking and trekking, mountaineering, mountain biking, safaris on foot or by four wheel drive, sea kayaking, canoeing, whitewater rafting Lion. (Serengeti, Tanzania)

    60. Appalachian Mountain Club - Delaware Valley Chapter
    Volunteers lead events including hiking, canoeing and kayaking, biking, skiing, climbing, social events, and conservation and trail maintenance. (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware)
    The Delaware Valley Chapter Logo Home About the Chapter
    Learn about our mission, goals, resources, FAQs. contact information, etc. Membership
    Find out about membership, options, benefits and current promotions! Chapter Activities Listings
    Find information relating to current activities organized by the Chapter: hiking, backpacking, bicycling, canoeing, trail work, socials, meetings, Annual Dinner, etc. Volunteer!
    Request more information about how you can volunteer your time with the Chapter. AMC and Chapter Newsletters
    Find out all about AMC Outdoors magazine Appalachian Trail and the Chapter newsletter, Footnotes.. Educational Opportunities
    Educational programs, scholarships, Wilderness First Aid, more.. Conservation
    Get involved in helping to protect the natural places and outdoor experiences that we all cherish. Interesting Links and Resources
    A wide variety of links to outdoor resources you might find interesting and useful. about AMC feedback
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