The Year End Awards Dinner on December 7th is coming up quickly, so it’s time to get the Beaver Canoe Club Slideshow organized.
Please send your photos to Anne Gingras at email@example.com and she will ...
My family came out to the first weekend of river's week to paddle the Similkameen. After a nice paddle from Princeton to Bromley Rock on the Saturday (thanks Trish!) we were trying to find a good option for Sunday. The week organizer suggested I lead the ...
Trip Leader: James Wakeling Run: “Mailboxes” to Wilson Rd
The group of 8 met at the assigned location where introductions were made with our 2 newest paddlers Jack & Jordi (sp?) who were going tandem together. The ...
WOW! What a wonderful adventure. Simon gathered 18 people plus himself at the McDonalds. There were lots of new faces and lots of familiar faces.
We drove to the “put-in from He!!” on the Serpentine. Steep banks/slippery slopes. Since ...
The weather is great with a blue sky on the way to the put in. I was not comfortable to drive my Jeep to the put in due to the tilting logging road. I asked Scott to drive my vehicle.
On our way to the put in, Scott spotted a moose. He then turned back ...
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Okay, I admit it. I dumped. But you knew that already, or I wouldn’t be writing this report. And to add ignominy, I dumped within the first few hundred meters in the easy water. Sort of an annual reproach for ignoring my high strung boat for so long. I ...
Once upon a time on a river far far away, eight Beavers took a trip down the Tulameen river to play. The sun was hot and the water was cool, us beavers knew exactly what to do -- in the pools. Swimming through the rocks and surfing on waves, some would ...
Trip Report Nicola R - Thurs. June 27
Today we ran the Canyon run of the Nicola River.
Carey was the trip organizer.
We put in at Chief Joe Anthony bridge and the take out was at Osprey Ranch. Anne and Alain led the charge down river. The water ...
Carey, Jen, Scott, Anne, Alain, Don, Phil and two unnamed travellers in a 16ft canoe.
The Pasayten River – the fabled and feared destination of many a canoeist`s dreams, and the cold grave of many more. Some say the Pasayten is in fact the ...