saskia

APE’s Lower Watauga River Trip

saskia wrote 966 days ago:


 

 

 

APE's LogoWhitewater Class I-II

We will meet at Riverside Park in Elizabethton,TN behind the Ballpark at 3:00 P.M. on Bi-weekly Saturdays this summer!

Please be prepared for cold water by bringing warm gear to wear (no matter how hot the weather is).  Contact Debbie if you need anything or have questions.

Also we stop for a break about half way so don’t forget your snacks! We are usually off the water by 7:00 P.M. or so and then we can go for dinner in town. :-)



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james

APE’s Lower Watauga River Trip

james wrote 967 days ago:


 

 

 

APE's LogoWhitewater Class I-II

We will meet at Riverside Park in Elizabethton,TN behind the Ballpark at 3:00 P.M. on Bi-weekly Saturdays this summer!

Please be prepared for cold water by bringing warm gear to wear (no matter how hot the weather is).  Contact Debbie if you need anything or have questions.

Also we stop for a break about half way so don’t forget your snacks! We are usually off the water by 7:00 P.M. or so and then we can go for dinner in town. :-)



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bozemankayaker

APE’s Lower Watauga River Trip

bozemankayaker wrote 967 days ago:


 

 

 

APE's LogoWhitewater Class I-II

We will meet at Riverside Park in Elizabethton,TN behind the Ballpark at 3:00 P.M. on Bi-weekly Saturdays this summer!

Please be prepared for cold water by bringing warm gear to wear (no matter how hot the weather is).  Contact Debbie if you need anything or have questions.

Also we stop for a break about half way so don’t forget your snacks! We are usually off the water by 7:00 P.M. or so and then we can go for dinner in town. :-)



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james

2015 Snowblind Scurry

james wrote 971 days ago:


This year we kicked off the Wenatchee Valley race series with an awesome event on the lower Wenatchee River. Unfortunately, I had a wedding to attend on race day so Officials Nightbeast and Lubes took the helm on this one. The race course was from Goodwin Bridge in Cashmere to the Riverside Park in Cashmere. Registration was at Riverside Park on Saturday evening of May 16th. This was beneficial as the officials were able to corral boaters coming off of the play run and get them involved in the race. With an AIRE couch as the finish line and a table full of schwag, the event scene was definitely a spectacle.



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2015 Snowblind Scurry

bozemankayaker wrote 972 days ago:


This year we kicked off the Wenatchee Valley race series with an awesome event on the lower Wenatchee River. Unfortunately, I had a wedding to attend on race day so Officials Nightbeast and Lubes took the helm on this one. The race course was from Goodwin Bridge in Cashmere to the Riverside Park in Cashmere. Registration was at Riverside Park on Saturday evening of May 16th. This was beneficial as the officials were able to corral boaters coming off of the play run and get them involved in the race. With an AIRE couch as the finish line and a table full of schwag, the event scene was definitely a spectacle.



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saskia

2015 Snowblind Scurry

saskia wrote 972 days ago:


This year we kicked off the Wenatchee Valley race series with an awesome event on the lower Wenatchee River. Unfortunately, I had a wedding to attend on race day so Officials Nightbeast and Lubes took the helm on this one. The race course was from Goodwin Bridge in Cashmere to the Riverside Park in Cashmere. Registration was at Riverside Park on Saturday evening of May 16th. This was beneficial as the officials were able to corral boaters coming off of the play run and get them involved in the race. With an AIRE couch as the finish line and a table full of schwag, the event scene was definitely a spectacle.



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2015 Snowblind Scurry

tommygunn wrote 972 days ago:


This year we kicked off the Wenatchee Valley race series with an awesome event on the lower Wenatchee River. Unfortunately, I had a wedding to attend on race day so Officials Nightbeast and Lubes took the helm on this one. The race course was from Goodwin Bridge in Cashmere to the Riverside Park in Cashmere. Registration was at Riverside Park on Saturday evening of May 16th. This was beneficial as the officials were able to corral boaters coming off of the play run and get them involved in the race. With an AIRE couch as the finish line and a table full of schwag, the event scene was definitely a spectacle.



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The Wenatchee Mid May Freestyle Contest

james wrote 1351 days ago:


May 17th 2014 – Freestyle contest

This freestyle event is intended be user friendly to all abilities of freestyle paddlers.  Each paddler will have three rides to achieve their score from three judges.  To be held at one of the following locations depending on water levels and paddle preference (we will take a vote at registration for the event location):

-       Rodeo hole if water levels are at 8500 +/- 200 cfs or 11,000 – 14,000 cfs

-       Drunkard’s Drop river right side 6400 cfs +/- 200cfs

-       Turkey shoot 6200 – 8300 cfs and 9000 cfs +

-        Grannies 9000 – 11,000 cfs

Itinerary

-       10:30 – 11:00 am: fill out waivers go over logistics and other event details

-       11:00 – 11:15 am: Shuttle

-       11:15 – 1:00 pm:  Throwdown Time

-       1:00 – 1:30 pm: Awards at Riverside Park in Cashmere

I will be looking for three judges of varying experience to volunteer for the event.  Prizes are given out for participation.

Trinity at Drunkard's Drop



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The Wenatchee Mid May Freestyle Contest

saskia wrote 1351 days ago:


May 17th 2014 – Freestyle contest

This freestyle event is intended be user friendly to all abilities of freestyle paddlers.  Each paddler will have three rides to achieve their score from three judges.  To be held at one of the following locations depending on water levels and paddle preference (we will take a vote at registration for the event location):

-       Rodeo hole if water levels are at 8500 +/- 200 cfs or 11,000 – 14,000 cfs

-       Drunkard’s Drop river right side 6400 cfs +/- 200cfs

-       Turkey shoot 6200 – 8300 cfs and 9000 cfs +

-        Grannies 9000 – 11,000 cfs

Itinerary

-       10:30 – 11:00 am: fill out waivers go over logistics and other event details

-       11:00 – 11:15 am: Shuttle

-       11:15 – 1:00 pm:  Throwdown Time

-       1:00 – 1:30 pm: Awards at Riverside Park in Cashmere

I will be looking for three judges of varying experience to volunteer for the event.  Prizes are given out for participation.

Trinity at Drunkard's Drop



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