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Trips and Routes

Multiple River Access
Beaver River - Slow moving river with multiple access and exit points. Great for day trips where you are looking to relax and see some wildlife. Paddle from Lessard Bridge to Ardmore Bridge takes about 3-5 hours. Paddle from Lessard Bridge to Cold Lake Bridge takes about 8 plus hours. Great relaxing paddle on a slow moving river.
Beaver River Rd to Cupola Bridge
Beaver River - Complex Class 1 navigation through numerous log jams, and sweepers on the Upper 3rd. Not for beginner paddlers. The middle section from the Hwy 1 Bridge down features stunning Class 1 moving water with open corners and easy navigation. The lower third increases in difficulty with Class 2 sections for roughly 3.5km of the river. Two sections of Class 3 were encountered along the way with two superb standing wave play options.
Lower Marie Creek
Beaver River - ~10 KM trip on small winding creek, lots of minor rapids to play
Beaver River - Class III- IV. The rapids are: the spillway, Beaverator, the Great White Slide, Dogs Leg, Mind Scrambler, and Powerline.
Beaver River - The most iconic stretch of the Beaver River. Only runs one day a year, but collects hundreds of boaters. Moshier Falls is the last and most technical rapid. With a portage trail on the right and people wanting multiple laps, you have an easy handoff to get more laps in other boats
Eagle Section
Beaver River - Very steep and technical, with one narrow waterfall after another. The toughest of the three Beaver sections, this short section has big, narrow slides. It's way photogenic. Releases on weekends in September.
Taylorville Section
Beaver River - Releasing on weekends in September, this is the easiest of the three Beaver sections. This one-mile stretch offers an introduction to creeking. Its normal to see many people hike the shuttle back to the top

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