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Marblemount, WA

Member since:

May 21, 2014

What new place do you want to paddle in this year?

Dungeness Spit, Gray's Harbor

What is your favorite place to paddle here in the NW?

It's a tie between Cattle Point with the Orcas and Hot Springs Cove.

What is your sea kayaking experience level (beginner, intermediate, expert)?


Where are some of the places you have been kayaking?

All around the San Juans, coastlines and lakes of Whatcom and Skagit Counties, the Skagit, Nooksack, Stilly, Sauk and Skycomish Rivers, expeditions in Desolation, Clayoquat and Kyuquot Sounds, the Bunsbees/Checleset Bay, Cresent Beach, cross Georgia Strait marathons, around Bainbridge, Dead Man's Cove, S.F. Bay area, expeditions in the Sea of Cortez, parts of Camano and Whidbey Islands, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Todos Santos, and a few amazing hours in the Bering Sea.


I love the water, sea kayaking and sea kayakers and the beautiful wild places we get to paddle to.

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