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ATC Cullowhee 2013The biennial conference is going to be in our area this year. Are you going? Read for more details!
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Category Archives: Paddling
Contact: Debbie Briscoe I will be camping in Hot Springs the whole weekend so anyone is welcome to join me. I’ll be running the river with some friends on Saturday, Sept. 15th meeting at Stack House at 11:00AM. This is … Continue reading
Improve your fun and increase your proficiency with a class on paddling Class III-IV Whitewater. Where: French Broad (Sect IX) or Nolichucky Gorge When: Sat, Sep 1, 2012 Time: 8:00 am-5:00 pm (EST) Cost: $60 The Intermediate Whitewater Kayak Course … Continue reading
Whitewater enthusiasts participate in hazardous activities in wilderness environments. Are you prepared to rescue yourself or your best paddling friend? Are they prepared to rescue you? Help in many cases may not be immediately available, and might be hours, not … Continue reading
If you’ve ever thought how much fun it would be to learn how to kayak now’s your chance!! The Beginner Whitewater Kayak Course, sponsored by the Appalachian Paddling Enthusiasts (APEs) and the Tennessee Eastman Hiking and Canoeing Club, will be … Continue reading
The APE’s are hosting this 11th annual event. Meet at the Riverpark Campground (3937 Hwy 81S Jonesborough, TN) starting at 11AM. Participants will be assigned to teams plus provided with maps, trash bags and gloves. There are clean-up opportunities for … Continue reading