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Indian Arm Sea Kayaking Trip- Beginner Friendly! · Sat. Sep. 27th - Sun. Sep. 28th
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Start: Saturday, Sep. 27th
End: Sunday, Sep. 28th
Pre-trip meeting: Tuesday, Sep. 23rd, 6:30 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: Clubroom
This is the annual adventure in which we kayak up the Indian Arm. We will be renting double kayaks from Deep Cove (approximately $100/person), or you can bring your own kayak if you have one, have knowledge of kayak safety, and the means to transport your kayak.
We will leave from Deep Cove on Saturday morning (depart in boats at 9:00 AM, arrive an hour earlier) and kayak up to the top of the Indian Arm, where we will camp at Granite Falls. Because kayaks allow more weight to be carried than on your back, there will be a dessert/drink potluck on Saturday night.
This is a beginner friendly trip, no previous paddling experience is necessary to use one of the double kayaks because the double kayaks that can be rented from Deep Cove are very stable.