Document - Whitewater Paddling in the North Cascades [web version]

Abstract

More than 50 years ago American Whitewater was founded on guiding principles that include conservation and stewardship of the wilderness paddling experience, an experience defined by the rivers of the North Cascades. From October 2007 to March 2008 American Whitewater conducted an internet-based survey to provide a quantitative assessment of the quality and popularity of the rivers in the region.

Description

American Whitewater's survey of 165 whitewater enthusiasts on whitewater rivers of the North Cascades.
Document author
Thomas O'Keefe
3537 NE 87th St.
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 425-417-9012

Document Information

Filename - Whitewater Paddling in the North Cascades [web version]554.pdf

Size - 1.56MB


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Greenway Whitewater (WA)
The Mountains to Sound Greenway stretches over 100 miles along Interstate 90 from Seattle to Central Washington. AW is engaged in promoting stewardship and protection of the rivers in this corridor.
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Skykomish Stewardship (WA)
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