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April, 2021

Wednesday
21
Seward Park
5:00 PM
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Led by Ann McNally, this women‘s trip will be around the Seward Park area. Unwind at the end of the day with a leisurely paddle with with other women. Please let me know if you either have a tandem canoe and no partner, or if you‘d like a spot in a tandem canoe and we will do our best to make it work.
Thursday
22
https://zoom.us/j/92608813979
7:30 PM
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Steve and Esther Andrews will be presenting about their journey so far in paddling with their kids. There will be something for everyone, including flatwater and whitewater and a variety of paddlecraft and paddling destinations.
Saturday
24
Nisqually Delta
12:00 PM
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A quiet water trip paddling around the Nisqually delta. We will paddle with the tide up McAllister Creek or around the delta depending on conditions, and back to Luhr Beach.

If wind is predicted to be a factor, we will have an alternate paddle as a backup nearby.
Tuesday
27
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.

May, 2021

Saturday
1
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Sponsored by Washington Recreational River Runners (WRRR). Clicking the register button will take you to their website.
Tuesday
4
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Saturday
8
Duwamish Waterway
10:00 AM
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Paddle the Duwamish River
Tuesday
11
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Saturday
15
Tolt-MacDonald Park
9:30 AM
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Please register so we can get a reasonable count of likely attendees. We‘re planning to hold the Spring Bash this year at the red barn at the Tolt-MacDonald Park in Carnation WA. We‘re hoping that COVID restrictions will be relieved enough so that we can have our normal breakfast and rope throw contest. However, even if there are still restrictions, we should be able to have some breakfast treats followed by several different canoe trips.
Tuesday
18
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Thursday
20
Zoom link to be posted here
7:30 PM
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More info coming soon! Talk will be given by David Ellingson.
Saturday
22
TBD based on flows. Within 1.5 hours of Seattle, probably closer.
10:00 AM
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A skills clinic for aspiring, beginner, and intermediate solo whitewater canoeists. We will go back to the fundamentals - starting on flat water with the forward stroke and progressing to the river with whitewater moves such as eddy turns, O-turns, S-turns, ferrying, and carving. If you don‘t have a solo canoe with float bags or gear, Paddle Trails members can rustle up a boat, paddle, and PFD, and throw bag for you. Dry suit is required and can be rented from Kayak Academy for the weekend for a reasonable price. Price of the class is $25 plus $25 yearly Paddle Trails membership.
Sunday
23
TBD based on flows. Within 1.5 hours of Seattle, probably closer.
10:00 AM
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A skills clinic for aspiring, beginner, and intermediate solo whitewater canoeists. We will go back to the fundamentals - starting on flat water with the forward stroke and progressing to the river with whitewater moves such as eddy turns, O-turns, S-turns, ferrying, and carving. If you don‘t have a solo canoe with float bags or gear, Paddle Trails members can rustle up a boat, paddle, and PFD, and throw bag for you. Dry suit is required and can be rented from Kayak Academy for the weekend for a reasonable price. Price of the class is $25 plus $25 yearly Paddle Trails membership.
Tuesday
25
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.

June, 2021

Tuesday
1
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Tuesday
8
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Saturday
12
TBD by river levels.
 
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n this 2 day course, continue to practice whitewater skills while learning how to safely navigate obstacles and maneuver efficiently and effectively through a dynamic environment. You will learn more advanced skills and dynamic paddling techniques as well as individual and group strategies for navigating rapids. Students need to have boats that are designed and equipped for whitewater.
Sunday
13
TBD by river levels.
 
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n this 2 day course, continue to practice whitewater skills while learning how to safely navigate obstacles and maneuver efficiently and effectively through a dynamic environment. You will learn more advanced skills and dynamic paddling techniques as well as individual and group strategies for navigating rapids. Students need to have boats that are designed and equipped for whitewater.
Tuesday
15
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Saturday
19
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Ever wanted to learn to paddle a canoe on the many beautiful lakes and quiet water rivers of Washington? This class will teach you everything you need to know from loading your boat onto a car, to basic boating safety to forward and steering strokes.
Saturday
19
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Easy paddle with the tide from Marysville to Otter Island
Sunday
20
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Ever wanted to learn to paddle a canoe on the many beautiful lakes and quiet water rivers of Washington? This class will teach you everything you need to know from loading your boat onto a car, to basic boating safety to forward and steering strokes.
Tuesday
22
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Tuesday
29
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.

July, 2021

Thursday
1
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Annual Northwest Kanufest in the Methow Valley, Washington. Camping is first come first served at Loup Loup Campground on Hwy 20.
Friday
2
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Annual Northwest Kanufest in the Methow Valley, Washington. Camping is first come first served at Loup Loup Campground on Hwy 20.
Saturday
3
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Annual Northwest Kanufest in the Methow Valley, Washington. Camping is first come first served at Loup Loup Campground on Hwy 20.
Sunday
4
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Annual Northwest Kanufest in the Methow Valley, Washington. Camping is first come first served at Loup Loup Campground on Hwy 20.
Monday
5
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Annual Northwest Kanufest in the Methow Valley, Washington. Camping is first come first served at Loup Loup Campground on Hwy 20.
Tuesday
6
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Saturday
10
Dependent on water levels
11:00 AM
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A workshop for those who want to improve existing canoeing skills for paddling easy rivers up to Class II
Sunday
11
Dependent on water levels
11:00 AM
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A workshop for those who want to improve existing canoeing skills for paddling easy rivers up to Class II
Tuesday
13
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Wednesday
14
14th Ave NW Boat Ramp Seattle
6:00 PM
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Dinner Cruise - Bring your dinner to enjoy while we float
Tuesday
20
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Tuesday
27
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.

August, 2021

Tuesday
3
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Saturday
7
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Ever wanted to learn to paddle a canoe on the many beautiful lakes and quiet water rivers of Washington? This class will teach you everything you need to know from loading your boat onto a car, to basic boating safety to forward and steering strokes.
Sunday
8
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Ever wanted to learn to paddle a canoe on the many beautiful lakes and quiet water rivers of Washington? This class will teach you everything you need to know from loading your boat onto a car, to basic boating safety to forward and steering strokes.
Tuesday
10
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Tuesday
17
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Saturday
21
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This event is to help build and practice river safety skills; rope throwing, swimming and various boat rescue scenarios
Tuesday
24
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Tuesday
31
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.

September, 2021

Tuesday
7
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Saturday
11
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Flat water trip on the undammed stretch of the Columbia River. Although this is fairly easy paddling it‘s remote and wind can be a factor. Lengthy shuttle.
Tuesday
14
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Tuesday
21
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.
Tuesday
28
TBD
4:30 PM
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Now that the days are longer, let‘s paddle after work! The Tuesday LAP (Local Afternoon Paddle) series will be a standing leader‘s choice trip to rivers near Seattle. Depending on interest, river levels, and particiapant skill level, the Tuesday LAP will range from Class II skills practice on the Powerhouse to Class III+ trips on the Middle Middle, Silly Stilly, and Sky. If the levels can be predicted, we will try to choose a stretch of river by Sunday night and put it in the trip title.

December, 2021

Friday
31
Friday
31
10:00 AM
 
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