Began as a collective effort by members of the West Virginia Wildwater Association in 1965, Wildwater West Virginia emerged as the preeminent guide to whitewater in West Virginia. Now part of a new series and a new name to boot, A Canoeing Guide to West Virginia continues this legacy, guiding boaters of all abilities to over 120 of West Virginiaas rivers, creeks and streams. The result of combined knowledge of hundreds of paddlers, this book gives paddlers all the information they need to paddle rivers safely and confidently: At a glance information helps boaters pick rivers to match their ability and current weather conditions, while river descriptions, gauge and shuttle route information provide additional critical information. More than an encyclopedia of mountain rivers and hydrologic data, Whitewater West Virginia is also a collection of experiences and an introduction to some of the most amazing geography in the east. Destined to ride in the dry bags and glove compartments of paddlers nationwide, this book continues to set the standard for all paddling guidebooks. Some of the rivers profiled include: Gauley River, North Branch of the Potomac, New River, Cheat River, Tygart River, Waites Run, Red Run, Roaring Creek, and Keeney Creek.Soon, the paved road ends and turns to dirt and gravel. Continue and then take a left fork where you see a Forest Service Route 92 road sign. Drive along 92, passing one ... 4WD is not needed unless snow is present. Going via Elkins doublesanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Canoeing and Kayaking Guide to West Virginia|
|Author||:||Paul Davidson, Ward Eister, Charlie Walbridge, Dirk Davidson|
|Publisher||:||Menasha Ridge Press - 2014-05-27|