Texas ???? long distance tripping
Posted by: old_user on Jan-06-13 4:16 AM (EST)
I normally paddle Alaska in the summer months but due to a lousy work schedule I find myself in Texas with January vacation time.I understand there's a lot of beautiful rivers to float here in the lone star state. But my wife and I only have the one Yakima rack.So I have no idea how to pull off a drop and pick up on one of these.We would like to do a week of kayak paddle camping along the coast but the paddle trails are all very short.Has anyone put together a robust multi day trip on the Texas coast?
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Posted by: ppine on Jan-16-13 4:17 PM (EST)
I once planned a long trip on the Rio Grande thru Big Bend with my brother for February. Texas gets a Norther once in a while and it gets cold. We cancelled our trip after snow hit and the temperatures took a nose dive. We were going to be in dark canyons a lot of the time.
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Posted by: paddletothesea on Jan-16-13 9:44 PM (EST)
I once had the idea of a good route would be down the Rio Grand...up the coast and back in and UP the Brazos and loop back...probably a 4 month trip but would be awesome..
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Posted by: lackge on Feb-18-13 5:53 PM (EST)
but the current drought and hostile landowners are big obstacles. Shoot me an email and let me know what part of the state you'd like to paddle, and maybe I can give you some suggestions.