Early Spring Stand up Paddling in Northern Colorado

March 25, 2012. Rob Bean testing his new stand up paddling board (Boardwork Raven) on Beaver Pond in Arapaho Bend Natural Area near Fort Collins, Colorado. Camera: Pentax Optio W30.

Related post and more pictures: Stand Up and Paddle – Trying Boardworks Raven in Colorado Colorado River 2011 Race Dominated by SUPs (Stand-Up Paddlers)

Winter Paddle Training on the South Platte River near Greeley

March 15, 2009. Jeremy Rodgers in his wildwater racing kayak training below Plumb Ditch dam on the South Platte River near Greeley. We paddled 5 miles upstream from Kersey to reach the dam. The South Platte River may be the only open water for winter paddling in northern Colorado. Camera: Pentax Optio W30.

Related post and more pictures: Wildwater Racing Kayak on the South Platte River

Horsetooth Reservoir in Fisheye Lens Perspective

July 21, 2010. Dixon Cove of the Horsetooth Reservoir in a fish eye lens perspective shot from Sea Wind canoe. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II with Sigma 15mm F2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye lens.

Related post: Fisheye Lens Perspective for Paddling?

Low Water Paddling on the Poudre River in Fort Collins, Colorado

October 14, 2010. Paddling Seda Cylon kayak on the Poudre River in Nix Natural Area in Fort Collins (between Lemay and Timbeline streets) Camera: Pentax Optio W30.

Related posts: Paddling the Poudre River at Nix Natural Area in Fort Collins Paddling the Cache la Poudre River in Fort Collins - maps and mileage Old Aqueduct over the Cache la Poudre River Low Water Paddling and Photography

Paddling Self Portrait on the South Platte River

October 15, 2011. Paddling self portrait on the South Platte River above Kersey, Colorado. Camera: GoPro Hero HD 2 mounted on a kayak deck with sticky pod (a single suction cup). See South Platte River with GoPro Hero HD Camera and Thunderbolt Kayak.

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North Platte River between Saratoga and Pick Bridge, Wyoming

April 21, 2012. High cliff on the shore of North Platte River below Saratoga, Wyoming. Camera: Pentax Optio WP30. See 57 Miles of Paddling on North Platte River from Treasure Island to Fort Steele, Wyoming.

Start of 2012 Missouri River 340 Race

July 31, 2012. Kaw Point (the confluence of Kaw and Missouri Rivers near Kansas City). A few minutes before the start of solo boats. Camera: Pentax Optio WG2. See 10 pictures from the start in fitness paddling blog.

Sail-paddling upstream of the Colorado River in Canyonlands National Park

May 4, 2012. Canyonlands National Park. Sail-paddling upstream of the Colorado River (about 10 miles below Potash). See 4 Days of Paddling and Sailing in Canyonlands

JKK Supernova Kayak on the Missouri River

August 2, 2012. Missouri River near Dundee, Missouri, mile 76. Paddling JKK Supernova Kayak during 7th Annual Missouri River 340 Race from Kansas City to St Charles. More pictures from this race in fitness paddling blog

There are 4 comments so far

  • Bill Ashworth
    3 years ago

    Marek – what do you know about the condition of the South Platte put-ins/take-outs and river courses traditionally used by the Joint Clubs March event? Poudre and RMCC are organizing for 2015 and looking for information

    Thanks!
    Bill Ashworth
    RMCC

  • Marek Author
    2 years ago

    I haven’t paddled the South Platte this year yet. Last year, I paddled the river around Kuner and Kersey – no significant changes in river character or access after flooding there. I haven’t seen Riverside Park in Evans after re-opening. I may have some updates in the next couple of weeks.

  • 2 years ago

    Hi Marek – Great pictures! This canoe stabilizer and platform may help if you have a tripod on your Penobscot.

    http://wingmanoutfitter.com/blog/

  • 2 years ago

    Hi Larry. I go to southwestern Wyoming where my dad lives and saretm fish with sinners and do some fly fishing. Been doing it every year since I was in third grade. Lots of water up there this year so fishing was slow but still fun. Love to pan fry smaller trout or wrap them in tin foil with some butter and garlic and put them on a grill or in the coals of a camp fire for about 30 minutes. Can’t go wrong with either method.RG

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