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Wilderness Tripping - BWCA & Beyond New Topic Printer Friendly Version

  Colorado River in Texas
  Posted by: lackge on Feb-20-13 1:45 PM (EST)
 

Realistically, from the paddler's standpoint the Colorado River in Texas is not worthy of any consideration from its "headwaters" until you get all the way past Austin. Even in those rare years when it rains in Texas the "river" consists of dams, lakes (sometimes), and a dewatered streambed. Downstream of Lady Bird Lake in Austin there is often enough water for boating. Take a look at Southwest Paddler for the best river descriptions.

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