Thursday, July 28, 2005

Trips August 1 - 10

If you have plans to get out in the beginning of August and looking for some companions, post here.

Friday, July 22, 2005

Trips July 21 to July 31

Planning on getting out? Post here if you are looking for partners, or have ideas for a trip. A few of us have been running the upper St. Mary's yet. A couple nights ago, we ran it at about 17.5 cms and had quite a lot of fun yet. The water there is a very comfortable temperature. Some of the play features are quite low, but Double trouble was still entertaining!

Happy paddling!

Friday, July 08, 2005

Trips July 10th to 20th

It looks like flows are still up. It has been a good season so far for the Lower Saint. Calgary rivers are finally dipping down to end their seasons. That means the middle fork of the flathead may end up as a good alternative for an easier paddle. As someone mentioned, the Swan is an awesome, if continuous ride. THe main fork of the Flathead down by Polson also shouldn't be missed.

OF course the usual standby are the Kootenay runs around Radium and Fort Steele. The lower Elk is also running, even if it may not be a favorite run for everyone. The Bull, especially the canyon is always fun, even at low flows. If you really want good water, consider the creeks by Golden. As most of those are Glacier fed, they tend to get pretty high on warm days.

I will be heading off to Whitehorse next weekend, so won't be around for a while.