After a long sedentary wait, the Beaver Canoe Club will be resuming weekly day paddles. As per past practice. we’ll be scheduling trips according to ambient water levels and leader availability.
And because of the current COVID 19 pandemic, we will ...
Hindsight is a wonderful thing. At the very least you are still breathing. I wasn't on the Seymour that Saturday and am not going to second guess the decisions that were honestly made in a moment of crises. I can add that the only fatality that I am ...
Saturday, May 11, 2019
It was a perfect sunny day but not too hot. The Grantham gauge read 24 cms when we put in and dropped steadily to 18 cms by the time we took out. Solo paddlers were Alain, Phil R, Phil B, Claude and me, with Carey and Jen in ...
As presented at the January Club AGM.
Featured Entertainment: The San Juan River
Dan Burnett will present photos and video of a multi family canoe trip the stunning San Juan River in southern Utah.
The river features towering canyons, wildlife, spectacular hiking and whitewater. Not to be ...
It was a dark and stormy night – er, day! Bryan G gathered his victims – er, paddlers together to whip them into shape er, organize the shuttle and to plan for the day ahead.
On board for this adventure were Bryan and his son Parsi, Monica and ...
Drive East from Kamloops on Highway 1 till Adsmd River turnoff. Drive till bridge which is takeout and has large parking lot.
About 2 kilometers down from Adams Bridge raft takeout on left. See photos.
J+G Lewis 2475 whatever ...
3 Tandems, Pam and Mike, Simon and Bill, Parsa and Bryan ran the Squamish for Ashlu Bridge to Judd Rd. The weather gods were good, little wind and spared us from even the smallest shower that was predicted for the day. The river was running at around 175 ...