Ok, I am getting old. I am looking for what will probably be one of my last new destinations. I am looking for a 5-9 day trip (in the lower 48) Nothing above class II. I like to paddle alone as much as possible.
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Posted by: MikeT on Oct-23-12 7:31 AM (EST)
Have you paddled in the Adirondacks? The beauty of paddling up here is that there are many variable length loop trips.
Posted by: Mattt on Oct-23-12 8:38 AM (EST)
Do the Everglades 99 mile wilderness|
Posted by: roanguy on Oct-23-12 4:20 PM (EST)
waterway in Florida, from Everglades city to Flamingo if you have not already done it.
Stay off that one|
Posted by: kayamedic on Oct-23-12 5:36 PM (EST)
there are far more interesting trips. The Paddlers Waterway in the Everglades is not the Wilderness Waterway though it intersects some where there are chickees.
To each his own|
Posted by: roanguy on Oct-23-12 6:32 PM (EST)
I for one love camping on a wilderness beach, seeing dolphins, gators, manatees, and being the master of my fate.
Swamp Fox trail in SC is new|
Posted by: castoff on Oct-23-12 5:39 PM (EST)
Here is a link to the info. You won't find any info on "Go Paddling" as this is new.
Also some more southern options|
Posted by: castoff on Oct-23-12 5:51 PM (EST)
You may like to try the Suwannee River in FL or the Okefenokee Swamp in GA. Both states have other river trails too.
I second the Suwannee too|
Posted by: roanguy on Oct-25-12 9:30 AM (EST)
Put in at Fargo, Georgia, and then go all the way to the coast through Florida.
Lake Powell/Glen Canyon|
Posted by: wavespinner on Oct-23-12 6:45 PM (EST)
Unbelievable red rock scenery (AZ/UT border)
Posted by: abc on Oct-25-12 10:54 AM (EST)
On that note...
Susquehanna Water Trail in PA|
Posted by: willowleaf on Oct-25-12 11:08 AM (EST)
National Geo likes the West Branch|
Posted by: willowleaf on Oct-25-12 11:35 AM (EST)