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May, 2021

Sunday
16
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7 River Challenge eligible. Leavenworth to Cashmere or Peshastin to Cashmere, depending on what the group wants. Meet at Cashmere at 10:30.
Sunday
16
Meet at Flaming Geyser state park at 10:30 (changed from noon). Need a Discover Pass.
10:30 AM
Monday
17
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Avoid the Sunday traffic & stay for a Monday play run. Less crowds allows for more relaxed play and more play time.
Put in to be determined by group, Take out in Cashmere.
Tuesday
18
Munn Lake (Olympia area)
WDFW water access site - Discover pass required for parking
GPS c
5:30 PM
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Come work on your roll, try out new equipment, practice paddle technique or work on conditioning. This drop-in, low-key session is held at a mellow lake in the Olympia area.
Wednesday
19
Landsburg Park, Cedar River
4:00 PM
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Workout Wednesdays! Come on out to the Cedar slalom course for slalom/attainment workouts. We‘ll be practicing as long as the flow is 400 CFS or above.
Thursday
20
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Forecast levels look promising. Be ready to shuttle by 5:20. If levels drop too much we can do powerhouse as plan B.
Saturday
22
Peshastin put in, Leavenworth
10:30 AM
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Bring your play boats and plan to surf at all the play waves! Meet at Peshastin put in
Saturday
22
Peshastin Creek
10:30 AM
Wednesday
26
Landsburg Park, Cedar River
4:00 PM
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Workout Wednesdays! Come on out to the Cedar slalom course for slalom/attainment workouts. We‘ll be practicing as long as the flow is 400 CFS or above.
Friday
28
Methow Valley. Camp at Loup Loup.
10:30 AM
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**This will most likely be a Twisp River day -- Class III boating skills required.**

Join us for a sun- and fun-filled weekend in the Methow Valley. The Methow has several stretches from Class II+ to III+; the Twisp is a technical Class II+ to III, depending on water level.

We‘ll camp at Loup Loup and paddle Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. PLEASE SIGN UP FOR THE DAYS YOU THINK YOU‘LL BE THERE. You can modify the days later.


We will divide into Covid-appropriate sized groups and paddle the rivers based on skill level and interest. More info closer to date.
Saturday
29
Methow Valley. Camp at Loup Loup.
10:30 AM
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Join us for a sun- and fun-filled weekend in the Methow Valley. The Methow has several stretches from Class II+ to III+; the Twisp is a technical Class II+ to III, depending on water level.

We‘ll camp at Loup Loup and paddle Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. PLEASE SIGN UP FOR THE DAYS YOU THINK YOU‘LL BE THERE. You can modify it later. We will divide into Covid-appropriate sized groups and paddle the rivers based on skill level and interest. More info closer to date.
Sunday
30
Methow Valley. Camp at Loup Loup.
10:30 AM
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Join us for a sun- and fun-filled weekend in the Methow Valley. The Methow has several stretches from Class II+ to III+; the Twisp is a technical Class II+ to III, depending on water level.

We‘ll camp at Loup Loup and paddle Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. PLEASE SIGN UP FOR THE DAYS YOU THINK YOU‘LL BE THERE. You can modify it later. We will divide into Covid-appropriate sized groups and paddle the rivers based on skill level and interest. More info closer to date.
Monday
31
Methow Valley. Camp at Loup Loup.
10:30 AM
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Join us for a sun- and fun-filled weekend in the Methow Valley. The Methow has several stretches from Class II+ to III+; the Twisp is a technical Class II+ to III, depending on water level.

We‘ll camp at Loup Loup and paddle Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. PLEASE SIGN UP FOR THE DAYS YOU THINK YOU‘LL BE THERE. You can modify it later. We will divide into Covid-appropriate sized groups and paddle the rivers based on skill level and interest. More info closer to date.

June, 2021

Tuesday
1
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Several sections of St. Joe in Idaho.
Wednesday
2
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Several sections of St. Joe in Idaho.
Thursday
3
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Several sections of St. Joe in Idaho.
Friday
4
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Several sections of St. Joe in Idaho.
Saturday
5
Salmon La Sac Campground
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All are welcome. It’s not just for racers! There‘s also great camping at Salmon La Sac.
Saturday
5
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Several sections of St. Joe in Idaho.
Saturday
5
S. Tanner Road
10:30 AM
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This is a workshop for paddlers who are comfortable on the Middle Middle (or similar runs) and want to learn/improve their boof. Maybe you‘ve tried some boofs but haven‘t really gotten it to click, or maybe you‘ve heard or seen other people do it but don‘t know where to start. I‘ve spent the past paddling year really focused on this area, and while I still have a lot of room to improve, I‘ve learned a lot and I‘d like to share the techniques that I‘ve found have really helped me. We‘ll break the boof down into three major parts, all of which can be practiced independently on small features or even flat water. Then we‘ll put it all together through various drops on the Middle Middle, helping each other along the way. Why should you learn to boof? One, it‘s super fun. Two, it‘s often easier to fly over complex hydraulics and land in the calmer water beyond them than it is to go straight through them. This is a little flow dependent so you may have to be a little flexible on date/location. A roll is mandatory, as are float bags, and masks for shuttles.
Sunday
6
Salmon La Sac Campground
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All are welcome. It’s not just for racers! There‘s also great camping at Salmon La Sac.
Sunday
6
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Several sections of St. Joe in Idaho.
Monday
7
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Several sections of St. Joe in Idaho.
Saturday
19
Flaming Geyser State Park
Picnic Shelter #3
9:00 AM
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With Don Cheyette of Seattle Adventure Sports, learn CPR, AED and First Aid with a special focus on kayakers‘ needs. Hybrid class with online homework and in-person hands-on portions. The registration will open as soon as all setup is ready.
Tuesday
22
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Camp at Wilderness Gateway Campground. Launch from camp or shuttle to different runs throughout the canyon. If enough folks sign up, we‘ll get the group camp loop.
Wednesday
23
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Camp at Wilderness Gateway Campground. Launch from camp or shuttle to different runs throughout the canyon. If enough folks sign up, we‘ll get the group camp loop.
Thursday
24
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Camp at Wilderness Gateway Campground. Launch from camp or shuttle to different runs throughout the canyon. If enough folks sign up, we‘ll get the group camp loop.
Friday
25
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Camp at Wilderness Gateway Campground. Launch from camp or shuttle to different runs throughout the canyon. If enough folks sign up, we‘ll get the group camp loop.
Saturday
26
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Camp at Wilderness Gateway Campground. Launch from camp or shuttle to different runs throughout the canyon. If enough folks sign up, we‘ll get the group camp loop.
Sunday
27
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Camp at Wilderness Gateway Campground. Launch from camp or shuttle to different runs throughout the canyon. If enough folks sign up, we‘ll get the group camp loop.

July, 2021

Sunday
11
N. Fork Nooksack
10:30 AM
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Douglas Fir Campground to Bridge. 7 River Challenge eligible.

August, 2021

Saturday
7

March, 2022

Sunday
20
8:00 AM

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