Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Washington
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Washington

95
Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
2 - 60 mi
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Washington has 95 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 2 to 60 miles in length. The most popular trails are Nisqually River Delta / McAlister Creek, Lacamas Lake and Round Lake and Columbia River: Smith and Bybee Lakes. Trails.com member Tammy L. recently completed Silver Lake.
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The Sammamish River, which links Lake Sammamish with Lake Washington, creates a passage ...
The Skykomish between Sultan and Monroe offers excellent steelhead fishing. It sweeps ...
One of the smallest streams covered in this book, Issaquah Creek is perhaps the most intimate. ...
If you were a bass, you would want to live in Silver Lake. You would have three thousand ...
The South Fork of the Stillaguamish is another favorite steelhead stream flowing through ...
The Black River southwest of Olympia is unique: a southern river placed in the Pacific ...
The Snoqualmie River between Fall City and Carnation is a bucolic stretch of river perfect ...
The Snohomish River Sloughs—Ebey, Steamboat, Union, and the mouth of the Snohomish River ...
Just decades ago, a river did not run through it. The topography was there, carved by ...
For all practical purposes, this is two trips, not one, on the last major free-flowing ...
Lacamas Creek is a pretty stream that drains much of the farmland east of Vancouver. About ...
The Duwamish River and the waterway at its mouth provide a unique paddling experience, ...
The Nisqually Delta, one of the richest wildlife habitats in Puget Sound, is protected ...
Grays River is a small tributary of the Columbia River named for Captain Robert Gray, ...
Bonnie Lake isn’t convenient. The 600-foot cliffs that surround it are known only to a ...
This is the most popular and adventure-filled section of the upper Spokane River. Flora ...
A quick fix for that urge to play in a canoe starts on the Spokane River in downtown Spokane ...
The bucolic character of the lower Snoqualmie River dominates this segment. Dairy farms ...
This section of the river is obvious from the road, but difficult to get to. It has few ...
The Cedar River flows under the Renton Library and can be seen from the I-405 S curves. ...
The Oakville-to-Porter run is a pleasant paddle on a moderate-sized river that flows through ...
The Cowlitz is one of the premier steelhead fishing rivers of the Northwest, but it also ...
The area around Beacon Rock in the Columbia Gorge offers spectacular scenery and interesting ...
Just a few miles north of Portland, near the town of Woodland, Washington, the Lewis River ...
The Lewis River is a southwestern Washington river that enters the Columbia near the Oregon ...
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