4 edition of Whitewater canoeing found in the catalog.
William O. Sandreuter
Discusses the art of whitewater canoeing including transporting and launching, maps and compass reading, canoe camping, and canoeing camps, schools, and competitions.
|Statement||William O. Sandreuter.|
|Series||Stoeger sportsman"s library|
|LC Classifications||GV788 .S26 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 208 p. :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||77090761|
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It is concise and clearly written. Has many practical tips from choosing which side of a rock to take, to lashing the canoe to your car. This book was the one that got me interested in the sport.5/5(1). From the author of Daughter Father Canoe, this book delights with 17 paddling stories from the Rocky Mountains to the Boundary Waters of Minnesota to the Canadian Arctic adventuresome, humorous, and heartening with a good dose of how-to thrown in.
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The river was named after John Day who was a member of an. Whitewater canoeing book This book has practical canoeing and whitewater tips, many personal stories, lessons learned from my river experience and how to apply them to daily life, how to create a great trip, camping tips and how to really enjoy nature on the river.
It includes hundreds of photos of canoeing, camping and nature in Herb's canoe trips of the last 25 : Herb Pearce. Get this from a library. Whitewater canoeing. [William O Sandreuter] -- Discusses the art of whitewater canoeing including transporting and launching, maps and compass reading, canoe camping, and canoeing camps, schools, and competitions.
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Humans tend to fear what we don’t understand and when we first come to a swiftly flowing river it appears chaotic and scary because we don’t yet understand the flow of the currents.
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The River Runners Whitewater and Kayaking Merit Badge Clinic cover all practical (on-river/in-kayak) requirements for the BSA Whitewater Merit Badge and Kayaking Merit Badge using inflatable kayaks. This four-hour clinic is held on the Arkansas River from the River Runners at Browns Canyon (riverside) – six miles south of Buena Vista, Colorado.
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Laurie Gullion is one of the most knowledgeable canoeing instructors in the country, having worked as a self-employed canoe tour guide since She leads canoe tours in New England and serves as co-leader for Arctic Barrens Expeditions--an organization that guides paddlers on whitewater canoeing journeys into the Northwest Territories of Canada.
From its beginnings, river canoeing in the United States has grown enormously. New equipment, materials, and techniques have advanced the capabilities of boaters.
This handbook explains the techniques of whitewater canoeing, with concise instructions and clear illustrations, for a safe introduction to the sport. Oriented to the open two-person canoe, the material presented in this Author: Robert E.
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