The first comprehensive flatwater paddling guide to Utah's lakes, rivers, and reservoirs.
Utah is covered with scenic waterways that offer a diversity of excursions for paddlers of all levels. Pine-lined shores, red-rock cliffs, quiet canyons, and high-altitude lakes make this state a year-round paddler's paradise, and this book a welcome resource for flatwater enthusiasts.
Packed with tips, gear lists, and natural history, this comprehensive handbook is a long-awaited guide to many of Utah's little-known waters and popular destinations. Logistical details help you find exactly the kind of excursion you seek, from easy day trips to challenging expeditions, and provide the information you need to make the most of your paddling experience. 15 maps,30 black and white photographs, index.
|Publisher:||Countryman Press, The|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Michael R. Fine is an avid outdoorsman and writer who has been paddling since he was a Boy Scout floating through the great waters of the Midwest. He explores Utah's wilds year-round, much of it in the cockpit of one of his kayaks. He lives with his family including paddle-dog Maggie in South Ogden, Utah.