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Modular kayak sport in Western New York

Modular kayak sport in Western New York

Sports
Modular kayak - Many kayakers enjoy a peaceful excursion on flat-waters. Sometimes guide books are the best way to help you choose a kayaking location for your modular kayak, based on skill-level, time availability and many other factors. Rich and Sue Freeman have written several guides, including Take A Paddle: Western New York. In this guide, they describe 45 locations in Western New York that are geared toward beginner and intermediate kayakers of modular kayak, or those just wanting a relaxing jaunt. These destinations are great for both kayaking and canoeing. Eighteenmile Creek Eighteenmile Creek is located in Niagara County and runs from Burt Dam to Olcott. It is about 2 miles long and depending on the pace, may take between a half hour to an hour to paddle with m modular kayak...
See Ann Arbor, San Francisco, and Chicago by modular kayak

See Ann Arbor, San Francisco, and Chicago by modular kayak

Lifestyle
Whether a kayaker is a beginner, intermediate or advanced in skill level, these cities offer enjoyable tours with guides who can explain the city along the way by modular kayak. Ann Arbor Offers Kayaking on the Huron River by modular kayak Kayakers can drive to Delhi Park and launch rented modular kayak into the Huron River, then glide through cattails along the shore and float slowly downstream. The river is wide and serene, making it hard to believe that downtown Ann Arbor is just a few miles away. The route takes paddlers under an old low railroad bridge and around wide bends. A few miles down, the river curves and on the bank high above, a palatial stone mansion in the Tudor style stands, with its stone boat house, a reminder of the Great Gatsby life made possible in nearby D...