flat water white river canoe duckie - May 28, 2015

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Drive to Rangely the evening of Wed, May 27, Launch Thursday, May 28, from the BLM launch at river mile 89. Depending on the flow and boat choices, we will either take out at the Enron take out, or, if the river is low, Bonanza bridge, on Sunday afternoon. This will involve traveling 65 (or 35) miles through a mix of public and private lands, including the remote hells hole canyon, and camping in beautiful cottonwood groves. This river is relatively easy, and suitable for both canoes and duckies. You need to be able to carry your own gear and a share of the group gear. You need to have a sense of adventure, and experience with your craft on moving water, as this is an exploratory trip, and relatively remote.

Level:Class I
Organizer:Kelly Beumer
Date:Thu May 28 2015 — Sun May 31 2015
Meeting Place:Registration required
Web Link:A Boating Guide to the white river