Oregon's varied waters include ocean surf, steep mountain creeks, and high volume rivers. Its streams flow through desert canyons, forested wilderness, scenic gorges, and wide open spaces. Many streams in the state require white water skills, but others can be enjoyed by the novice paddler. Paddling Oregon offers details that help boaters plan a trip on these waters, whether they launch a kayak, canoe, or raft. Maps depict the state's main river basins. Flow charts show high, low, and average flows and recommended water levels. Gradient profiles illustrate how steeply the river falls, and precise directions help you get to put-ins and take-outs. This book can help you plan a great day or extended trip on Oregon's finest streams.
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