2019 Trips List

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    Allan Edwin

    Posting this for folk who are interested in getting email when there are updates to this season’s club Trip List.

    Just subscribe to this topic. I will comment on those days where a new trip is added to the list.

    There are 3 trips posted for the balance of March. Hurry, as we are getting close to cut-off for the first.

    Mar 17, Sunday | Day Trip | 2B | Lower Fraser River – Part 1  | booked 5/7
    Mar 24, Sunday | Day Trip | 2B | Lower Fraser River – Part 2 | booked 3/6
    Mar 31, Sunday | Day Trip | 2C | English Bay | booked 5/8

    There are 3 trips posted in April, 2 of which are already booked full. There are still spots available for Portland Island (2B).

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    Allan Edwin

    New Trip Posted

    Paddle & Pull – Widgeon Creek Invasive Plants Removal (1A) – Saturday, April 13

    Calling on our members to join the Conservation Committee on a paddle up Widgeon Creek to root out some invasive plant species. For this special event, we will be allowed access onto a beach that is normally off limits.

    Spring Fling

    Trips are now posted and open for registration. Please see the Spring Fling trips list.

    Allan Edwin

    Registrations are now open for Spring Fling 2019!

    This year’s event will be held on May 4, the first Saturday of the month. There are 5 separate day trips posted, of varying distances. Two groups will be launching from Deep Cove, and three groups from Cates Park.

    Guests (non-club members) are welcome, however we cannot accommodate first time kayakers. Please co-ordinate your guest paddler’s qualifications with the trip leader(s) on the trip you are registering for.

    Some groups have openings for co-leaders. If you would like to lead future club trips, this is a great opportunity to start on that path, working with an experienced trip leader. Having additional trip leaders will also allow those groups to accept more participants.

    As always, wind and weather will be factors affecting paddling conditions. Please prepare gear, food, and water accordingly.

    Nicola Kuchta

    Thanks Allan!

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