Wednesday, August 29, 2007


Here is the schedule for the provincials. The novice clinic on Friday may interest a number of our paddlers, especially the ones I met at the High Level Kayak demo day.

September 7, 8, & 9, 2007
Provincials and Aquabatics Cup
Canoe Meadows, Kananaskis Country

Friday, September 7, 2007
Novice clinic will be offered if there is enough interest and water flow. (4:00 pm)
Any novice interested in participating please contact
Course construction 4:00
Athletes meeting ?
Saturday, September 8, 2007
Demo Run – 10:30 or 1 hr after Barrier dam release
Whitewater Slalom Race – 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Novice Race following Race
Potluck- Spaghetti
Sunday, September 9, 2007
Classic Downriver Race – 10:30 a.m.
Aquabatics Freestyle Event – 1:00 p.m.

Novice Clinic TBD
Saturday Demo Run will be 1 hour after the Kananaskis river water is turned on

Registration Fees:
Slalom and Downriver Race Fee- $20.00
Aquabatics Freestyle Event- $10.00
Slalom and Freestyle Race fees combined -$25.00

Novice Race clinic TBD - please contact for more information

The fee is $25/unit, 1 unit = 1 RV, 1
large tent, 2 smaller tents, or 4 very small tents (one person each).

NOTE: Any athletes with trophies are requested to bring them along to this event.

For more information please reply to .

Saturday, August 25, 2007

For those still planning to go out... (Troopers)

Just thought I would place this small post for anyone that is wanting to put any information of paddle trips they are planning during this later season.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

High Level is having a Long Boat Kayak demo in Waterton

High Level Canoes & Kayaks are having a Long boat Kayaking demo at waterton. They will be holding the demo at Emerald Bay this sunday, August 19, from 9am - 5pm. If you are interested in trying out new boats, or even trying out different styles or even trying out different makes, come and join High Level and have great time on the water. ENJOY !~!~!

Monday, August 13, 2007

My Kyaking Aventure in Vancouver

I went to Vancouver for about a week, towards the end of July, to see my favourite band Silverchair and visit my uncle. I have always wanted to Sea Kayak on the coast and since I was there I had to try it. I rented a boat from a local paddling shop and took off into the Harbour. It was very scenic. It didn't have the thrills like white water kayaking has, but for what it was it was exciting. I paddled from about 10am - 4pm MAN was I tired. I paddled along the shore line and cut across to another point of land. During my journey I was able to get about 100 feet away from the big crate ships. They are extremely massive. All in all it was quite the experience, but I really miss my WHITE WATER.