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Whole-day excursion on the Willamette. Bring your lunch! Big open river.
Suitable for beginners.
This is the Main Channel of the Willamette at its Summer level. Wood is scant but where present it needs to be avoided. Both the launch and takeout are easy.
Register for this paddle on the WKCC website to receive an email with details about the launch & takeout (registration activates your club insurance).
This is a pretty 5.5 mile stretch of river that includes the confluence of the North and South Santiam Rivers. Overall, the river is reasonably calm but there is wood in a few places that needs to be avoided. Paddlers should have the ability to actively avoid obstructions. The launch is gated and the gate may or may not be open. If the gate is not open, there is a carry of about 300 yards to get to the river (help will be available for carrying boats). If you aren't sure if this paddle is appropriate for you, feel free to email me anytime! NMSUEagle@gmail.com
Clearwater Park, please self shuttle ahead of time
WKCC is organizing the on-the-water cleanup in Eugene from Clearwater Park to Aspen/D Street Boat Ramp on October 23. This is a bring-your-own-boat event. I hope you can join us. Please click the "Register Now" button for details and to register.
Please bring your own boat, be self-shuttled and ready at 10am for instruction and safety talk. We are planning to launch at 10:30am. If you need help with arranging your shuttle, please contact me.
This event is part of the month long cleanup series put on by Willamette Riverkeeper. There are 20+ events being planned on a variety of dates from Portland to Oakridge. There are on-land as well as more on-water options to chose from. For details on all of the cleanups check willametteriverkeeper.org
Over the past 18 months, due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Willamette River and many other places in our great outdoors have experienced record usage in terms of visitors and recreation. Unfortunately, this has led to a lot of trash and debris left behind. Your river needs you more than ever, please sign up to volunteer for one of the cleanups. LET’S HAVE SOME FUN AND DO GOOD!
We will adhere to any updated social distancing guidelines, and working in smaller than usual groups in order to protect ourselves while we help preserve the beauty of the Willamette River.
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