Paddling through Clearwater Canoe waters doesn’t require too much effort, so if you’re a beginner, Lolo National Forest might be a good place for you to start your experience.
The largest intact blackwater swamp in North America. That means the water is slowly flowing through forested wetlands, and the decaying plant matter turns the clear water a dark color.
This popular canoeing river is 730 miles long. Its Utah section winds through some of the American Southwest’s most amazing canyons and Canyonlands National Park, where it spills into the Colorado River.
Kayaking here offers paddlers an array of natural beauty and scenic mountain vistas. Kayakers could have a close encounter with puffins, sea lions, orcas, or even a humpback whale.
Kayakers of all ability levels can experience a ride through the river that carved out the Grand Canyon, as it has sections with gentle stretches, as well as those with rougher waters.
Paddling through the streams, mangroves, and the “river of grass” is quite a peaceful ride. Kayakers should see a variety of birds and occasional alligator backs peeking over the water.
We recommend duffel bags that fit perfectly in the kayak’s bow. If you don’t have one –– don’t worry, you can rent it with a kayak or canoe.
Before the trip, you should check the mattress and tent and impregnate the flysheet. Don’t forget to take a flashlight.
The weather may change easily. So pack your shorts and swimsuits but don’t forget to take a fleece sweatshirt or sweater and trousers as well.
When planning how much food to take, check for shops on the route. In most cases, it makes no sense to take food with you.
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