I'm looking for a multi-day river or river+lake trip in the Western US. I've done the Green in Utah (Here: http://thedamntrueexperiment.blogspot.com/2010/12/blog-post.html ) and though I've thought about the Sacramento and the Willamette I think I'd prefer something a bit more remote.
I've no WW experience though so class I-II would be the max I'd be comfortable messing with on a solo and very little of the class II.
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Posted by: deuce on Mar-29-13 10:04 AM (EST)
Posted by: ppine on Mar-30-13 11:47 AM (EST)
Missouri Breaks Montana 3-5+ days|
Posted by: paddletothesea on Mar-30-13 5:34 PM (EST)
how many days ?|
Posted by: Mattt on Apr-01-13 10:37 AM (EST)
two days is "multi-day" so's 22 days
Posted by: Damn_True on Apr-10-13 2:33 PM (EST)
I should have been more clear. My bad. 5-8 days works best for my schedule. West of the Rockies I can do a bit longer trip within that span as the drive-time is reduced.
Posted by: dianakayak on Apr-04-13 6:42 AM (EST)
Hi - I've been looking into options for out west rivers - the Snake looks promising. There's also a great one out in Montana - the name escapes me it's about a hundred miles with only class I's. Diana
Posted by: ppine on Apr-05-13 3:00 PM (EST)
Posted by: paddletothesea on Apr-07-13 11:23 AM (EST)