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November, 2022

Saturday
5
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Shake off the autumn dust on the Cedar River Slalom Course! This event is open to all whitewater paddlers with skills to paddle class II+. No previous experience with slalom necessary. See schedule below. Saturday the course is open to all for fun and practice. Feel free to join us even if you can‘t race on Sunday (although we‘ll be disappointed...). Sunday it‘s all about fast clean runs, having fun watching, and cheering on the boating community. There will be race classes for all boat types, gender, and ages. Come. It‘s super fun to paddle gates, to watch and to race. Location: Cedar River Slalom Course where the Issaquah-Hobart road crosses the Cedar River at Landsburg, in Ravensdale Near Maple Valley, WA

NOTE: This is a WKC event. Clicking on Register Now button will redirect you to the WKC website.

Saturday Schedule:
Course is open all day for practice
Race director will be there form 10am - 5pm (approx.) for on-site registration

Sunday Schedule:
10:00 am. -- Mandatory Racer’s Meeting
10:30 a.m. - 12 noon -- Morning races
1 - 2:30 p.m. -- Afternoon races
3:30 p.m. (approx.) -- Awards Ceremony

Prizes:
YES!! Worth sticking around for!
Sunday
6
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Shake off the autumn dust on the Cedar River Slalom Course! This event is open to all whitewater paddlers with skills to paddle class II+. No previous experience with slalom necessary. See schedule below. Saturday the course is open to all for fun and practice. Feel free to join us even if you can‘t race on Sunday (although we‘ll be disappointed...). Sunday it‘s all about fast clean runs, having fun watching, and cheering on the boating community. There will be race classes for all boat types, gender, and ages. Come. It‘s super fun to paddle gates, to watch and to race. Location: Cedar River Slalom Course where the Issaquah-Hobart road crosses the Cedar River at Landsburg, in Ravensdale Near Maple Valley, WA

NOTE: This is a WKC event. Clicking on Register Now button will redirect you to the WKC website.

Saturday Schedule:
Course is open all day for practice
Race director will be there form 10am - 5pm (approx.) for on-site registration

Sunday Schedule:
10:00 am. -- Mandatory Racer’s Meeting
10:30 a.m. - 12 noon -- Morning races
1 - 2:30 p.m. -- Afternoon races
3:30 p.m. (approx.) -- Awards Ceremony

Prizes:
YES!! Worth sticking around for!
Saturday
12
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We're hoping for some late Fall color to complement the deep evergreen backdrop of Lake Samish, nestled in the hills between Mt Vernon and Bellingham. We'll paddle to the northern end of the lake with hills 1,000' higher than the lake looming above us. Lunch will be on picnic tables at peaceful Samish Park, complete with toilets. Don't forget to bring thermoses of hot soup and coffee. Paddle distance will be 7-9 miles, depending on whether we also paddle to the south end of the lake, which will be optional.

If the weather cooperates, we will stay over in Mt Vernon and, last-minute, create a companion PTCC Pick-Up Trip for the next day on Big Lake, a lake that's about 5 miles around.

Bring Discover Pass for parking at the WDFW boat launch. Pit toilet available at the boat launch.
Saturday
12
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Due to low water on Snoqualmie switching to Skykomish Railroad Bridge to Big Eddy. This run is similar to the SF Snoqualmie, close to Seattle with fun Class II+ rock gardens.
Hard shell boats must have flotation. Helmets required.
Saturday
19
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Currently (11/15) it looks like the only rivers with enough water are:
Skykomish, Below Boulder Drop to Big Eddy (II+ with 1 class III-)
Snoqualmie Powerhouse (class II).

Likely will do the Skykomish run.
Sunday
20
8:00 AM
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If water levels permit, we’ll paddle the long section of the upper river to School Land Road. This is a long paddle and we will likely get started early. The Black River is an easy river but river paddling skills are good to have.
Saturday
26
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Rather than paddle in a steady rain on Friday, the Day After paddle will now be on the Day After the Day After, i.e. Saturday.

Work off those extra calories from yesterday by paddling from Redmond to Kenmore on the Sammamish River. Bring a picnic lunch for our mid-point stop in Woodinville. Don't forget the hot soup and coffee. There will be a car shuttle as soon as all the boats are off their respective cars. Trip distance is just under 12 miles, but there should be a river current of 1-2 kt. for most of the way.

In the event the water is either too low or too high, we'll move the party to Lake Washington and paddle between Kenmore and Juanita Beach, a distance of about 6 1/2 miles, with a car shuttle and a picnic at St Edwards State Park.
Saturday
26
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It looks like the rain gods have finally sent enough water for us to paddle the class II section of the NF Stillaguamish from Swede Heaven to Hazel. The salmon are returning in strong numbers to the NF Stilly, so I expect that we'll see lots of eagles. Two weeks ago we saw 10 eagles on the Hazel to Oso section, with lots of salmon swimming upstream to spawn. The weather forecast is typical for this time of year: rain or showers and in the low 40's. So, if you're up for a very scenic winter paddle, let me know!

PS--we'll likely stop at the Rhodes River Ranch after the paddle for food and drinks.
 
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