Washington Kayak Club Presents the first event in the 2022 NW Whitewater Cup Series!
Open to all whitewater boats, open canoes, plastic kayaks, slalom kayaks and canoes, K-2's, and IK's
Shake off the winter rust on the Cedar River Slalom Course! This event is open to all whitewater paddlers with skills to paddle class II+. No previous experience with slalom necessary. See schedule below. Saturday the course is open to all for fun and practice. Feel free to join us even if you can't race on Sunday (although we'll be disappointed...). Sunday it's all about fast clean runs, having fun watching, and cheering on the boating community. There will be race classes for all boat types, gender, and ages. Come. It's super fun to paddle gates, to watch and to race.
Cedar River Slalom Course
Where the Issaquah-Hobart road crosses the Cedar River at Landsburg, in Ravensdale
Near Maple Valley, WA
Race Classes: by gender, age, and type of boat (both plastic and raceboats)
Cost: ** discounted for online registration
PLEASE PRE-REGISTER ONLINE AND SIGN WAIVER ONLINE
$10.00 Saturday/Sunday ** discounted for online registration
$15.00 Saturday/Sunday - at event
$5.00 Saturday/Sunday - kids 17 and under
This is a WKC Trip - all course users must complete the online click-through waiver.. BONUS ** If you register online, you will get the entire weekend for $10 ($5 discount).
If you are unable to register online before March 26, please email your intent to race and include your class, gender, age, and type of boat to Jennie by March 26 @ 8pm
Course is open all day for practice
Race director will be there form 10am - 5pm (approx.) for on-site registration
1 p.m. -- Mandatory Racer’s Meeting
10:30 a.m. - 12 noon -- Morning races
1 - 2:30 p.m. -- Afternoon races
3:30 p.m. (approx.) -- Awards Ceremony
YES!! Worth sticking around for!
8 miles away at Kanaskat-Palmer State Park