Whether you want to paddle gently through a stretch of cool pines, meander through marshland or navigate raging rapids, Paddling Northern Wisconsin by Mike Svob will help you find the appropriate river. Every type of canoeing and kayaking opportunity is represented: quietwater, whitewater, intimate streams and wide, powerful rivers. Intended for novice, intermediate and advanced paddlers alike, this book is especially for those who love nature and scenic beauty and wish to see it preserved.
• Precise maps showing roads, put-ins and take-outs, significant rapids, mileage, and other information.
• Detailed description for each trip, so you have a good idea of what you will see along the way.
• General summaries covering camping opportunities, water levels, shuttle routes, access points, canoe rentals, and/or shuttle services (when available).
• References to additional sources of information regarding fishing opportunities, river reading and maneuvers and special safety factors.
Imprint: Trails Books
Author: Mike Svob
Size: 8.5 x 11
Published 1998 and revised in 2018
Rivers covered include: Big Rib, Black, Bois Brule, Brule, Chippewa, Eau Claire, Flambeau (North Fork), Flambeau (South Fork), Jump, Kinnickinnic, Manitowish, Menominee, Montreal, Namekagon, Oconto, Peshtigo, Pike, Pine, Popple, Prairie, Red, Red Cedar, St. Croix, Tomahawk, White, Wisconsin, Wolf, Yellow
More infoThe Author: Mike Svob
Expert paddler Mike Svob has been canoeing and kayaking the rivers of the Midwest for 30 years. He paddled more than a thousand miles to complete this book. A recently retired college administrator and teacher, he lives on the banks of the Wolf River.
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