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This is a group for anyone who loves to explore waterways. The trips will be geared towards small watercraft enthusiasts who like to paddle kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards. We will be doing day and weekend trips in AZ, UT, and CA. All skill levels are welcome, though some trips may be limited to more advanced paddlers. I started this group to meet other paddlers. Looking forward to exploring new and familiar places with everybody.

If you are interested in other paddle groups in the area, you should also review Kayak Arizona - We luv to yak, Paddle Arizona, and Desert Mountain Paddlers. All have great activities and are united in growing and promoting the paddle community.

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Lee's Ferry - Overnight Campout and Paddle

Lees Ferry Campground

PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY AS YOU NEED TO BOOK YOUR BACKHAUL THIS YEAR. YOU WILL GO ON A WAITLIST UNTIL YOU ARE CONFIRMED AS PAID.

1. SIGN UP.
2. I WILL EMAIL/TEXT YOU YOUR LAUNCH TIME AND HOW TO PAY THE BACKHAULER. WE HAVE MULTIPLE BACKHAULERS.
3. CONFIRM WITH ME YOU HAVE PAID.

Paddle the Colorado River: Paddle from Glenn Canyon Dam to Lee's Ferry. It is about 15 river miles. We will be camping overnight on the river at Swale Ferry. There are dry toilets there and no potable water.

I am only taking people who have camped on the river with me before this, unless you have a lot of experience kayak-camping.

Life jackets are mandatory, and no drinking please, while on the river. At the campsite is fine (You can bring extra to share!). No inflatable kayaks.

We will camp Friday night at the Lee's Ferry Campground. You have to have an America the Beautiful pass or purchase your pass on the way in to the park.

An opportunity to hike at points along the river exists, so bring water shoes or hiking shoes that will permit this.

There will be 4 shifts of 6 people being shuttled up the river between 7 am and 10 am on Saturday.

Things to bring:

1) DRY BAGS - This is a must!
2) Chair
3) Food for Saturday night on the river 4) Hat
5) Camping gear
6) Temperatures can drop to freezing at night, so bring warm clothes
7) Hiking shoes
8) Firewood

Hope to see you there!

Multi-Day River Trip on the Colorado River

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Multi-Night River Trip from Walters Camp to Squaw Lake

Open only to members who have river-camped with me before or can demonstrate sufficient prior experience.

4 nights camping on the shores of the Colorado River Thanksgiving weekend.

A FEW WORDS OF CAUTION: This area can be subject to high winds, so the trip may be modified due to weather conditions that week.

Day 1, Wednesday: Meet at Squaw Lake Campground

https://www.blm.gov/visit/tk-jones-campground-squaw-lake

Relax, transfer kayaks to vehicles shuttling to launch point, Walter's Camp, on Thursday morning.

http://www.walterscamp.com/

Day 2, Thursday:

SHUTTLE. Leave at 7am and shuttle to Walters Camp with all your gear. Approx 1 hour, 38 mins. Launch, and paddle to Picacho Recreation Area. Camp overnight. This is about 16 River miles.

https://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=641

Day 3, Friday: Leave at 9 am and paddle to Ferguson Lake. Camp Overnight. This is about 16 miles.

Day 4: Leave at 9 am and paddle to Squaw Lake Campground. Load up and go retrieve vehicles at Walters Camp or camp overnight and retrieve them the next day Sunday. (My preference!) The campground here is beautiful and has hot showers!

Day 5: Go home at your leisure.

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Camping and Kayaking at Lyman Lake State Park

Lyman Lake State Park

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