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Chippewa River Professional Review and Guide
"What was once a working highway for the lumber industry is now a recreational paddler’s delight. A lively river of riffles and some low-grade rapids, the Chippewa starts wide and passes through large boulders and a scattering of islands in a secluded forest setting. A few narrower passes go around wooded islands, and the current rarely wavers. Pass under a high railway bridge, one of the few signs of civilization through here. The waters are clear but reflect the sky—beautiful but sometimes hiding a bump or two over a boulder. Fun for all skill levels, except in high water, the trip ends at a highway bridge similar to the one at the put-in."
--Paddling Wisconsin, Paddling Wisconsin (Falcon Guides).
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