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September, 2019

Monday
2
Northern Linn County in proximity to Stayton OR
10:00 AM
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SS IV #120 10.5 miles of 20fpm gradient, should be nice & splashy. Wood to avoid, large gravel, mild rapids, swift chutes. While not true white water this section needs paddlers with skill to read the water, choose your line, avoid obstacles, and eddy out to scout. There is a weir to portage. Visit the WKCC website and register to receive further information about the launch, shuttle and takeout.
Saturday
7
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SS5 #106 14 miles Class 2. Tree lined dirt banks, gravel bars, riffles, and sweepers. We will take out at Waterloo Park above class 4 Waterloo Falls.
Saturday
7
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11:00 AM
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If the levels hold, let‘s enjoy this beautiful run.
Sunday
8
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Meet at 10 at Springfield Albertson‘s parking lot. Class 3. If
there‘s an interest we‘ll boat Ollie to Frizzel a second time, only takes an hour.
Steve
Saturday
14
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Peoria to Crystal Lake in Corvallis. Moving Water.
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Sunday
15
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Class 2+. Register for this trip online to receive meetup info.
Saturday
21
Douglas County OR in proximity to (East of) Roseburg OR
10:00 AM
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This paddle is a lower class option paired with the LCCC Umpqua Weekend at Deer Flat CG. This paddle of 7.5 miles launches near Glide OR below the true white water. Among my favorite paddles, the North Umpqua in this area flows over bedrock forming interesting focused channels which are mesmerizeingly fun as you work your line through them. There is a good chance someone will get wet, but with warm weather and low humidity it will not be a problem. Camping with the paddle group is recommended, and free being provided by the LCCC at Deer Flat FS Campground. A Saturday Evening Paddler Potluck is also part of the weekend‘s program. Register for this paddle on the WKCC website to receive more details about the launch, shuttle, takeout, camping, and potluck.

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