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Kayaking Puget Sound & the San Juan Islands: 60 Trips in Northwest Inland Waters, Including the Gulf Islands, 3rd Edition

Nature, recreation and sports


by
Rob Casey

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 256 pages

File size: 13.3 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE TRIP, “FRESHWATER BAY TO SALT CREEK”

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD TRIP #28, “DECEPTION PASS” – ONE OF AUTHOR ROB CASEY’S FAVORITE FROM THE BOOK!

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*Kayak, canoe, and stand up padding routes that promise beauty and adventure

* Completely updated information and maps, all new photographs, and over 10 all new trips

* Revised, easier-to-use Trips-at-a-Glance chart

* Originally for kayakers, info now applies to a range of vessels including pedaling kayaks, stand up paddleboards, canoes, row boats, shells, and even kayak-sailing outriggers

The miles of inland waterways of the Pacific Northwest are among the best in the world for paddling. Beautiful scenery, intricate and protected waterways, and abundant marine life define the area, while on shore are ample public parklands for camping and exploring.

The 60 trips in this extensively updated 3rd edition of the bestselling Kayaking Puget Sound & the San Juan Islands cover the Sound’s myriad islands, fjord-like canals, and inlets from Canada’s Gulf Islands to the Nisqually River Delta, including the fabulous San Juan Islands and the unique Hood Canal. Each trip description covers all the details paddlers need to plan and complete specific tours throughout the region.

Other important updates to this 3rd edition include: modern safety tips (emphasis on proper gear and PFDs); a list of weather resources; how to make use of cell phones and mobile apps that utilize GPS and real-time navigational data; a resources section on kayaking training in the region through paddle clubs, certification groups, and paddle shops; how to prepare for open water trips; new info on how to cross into Canada; and more. Kayaking Puget Sound & the San Juan Islands, 3rd Edition, gives novice paddlers, weekenders, and lifelong kayakers the inspiration and knowledge to get out and explore the Northwest via its singular waterways.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE TRIP, “FRESHWATER BAY TO SALT CREEK”

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD TRIP #28, “DECEPTION PASS” – ONE OF AUTHOR ROB CASEY’S FAVORITE FROM THE BOOK!

(Provide us with a little information and we’ll send your download directly to your inbox)

*Kayak, canoe, and stand up padding routes that promise beauty and adventure

* Completely updated information and maps, all new photographs, and over 10 all new trips

* Revised, easier-to-use Trips-at-a-Glanceā€¦ (more)

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE TRIP, “FRESHWATER BAY TO SALT CREEK”

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD TRIP #28, “DECEPTION PASS” – ONE OF AUTHOR ROB CASEY’S FAVORITE FROM THE BOOK!

(Provide us with a little information and we’ll send your download directly to your inbox)

*Kayak, canoe, and stand up padding routes that promise beauty and adventure

* Completely updated information and maps, all new photographs, and over 10 all new trips

* Revised, easier-to-use Trips-at-a-Glance chart

* Originally for kayakers, info now applies to a range of vessels including pedaling kayaks, stand up paddleboards, canoes, row boats, shells, and even kayak-sailing outriggers

The miles of inland waterways of the Pacific Northwest are among the best in the world for paddling. Beautiful scenery, intricate and protected waterways, and abundant marine life define the area, while on shore are ample public parklands for camping and exploring.

The 60 trips in this extensively updated 3rd edition of the bestselling Kayaking Puget Sound & the San Juan Islands cover the Sound’s myriad islands, fjord-like canals, and inlets from Canada’s Gulf Islands to the Nisqually River Delta, including the fabulous San Juan Islands and the unique Hood Canal. Each trip description covers all the details paddlers need to plan and complete specific tours throughout the region.

Other important updates to this 3rd edition include: modern safety tips (emphasis on proper gear and PFDs); a list of weather resources; how to make use of cell phones and mobile apps that utilize GPS and real-time navigational data; a resources section on kayaking training in the region through paddle clubs, certification groups, and paddle shops; how to prepare for open water trips; new info on how to cross into Canada; and more. Kayaking Puget Sound & the San Juan Islands, 3rd Edition, gives novice paddlers, weekenders, and lifelong kayakers the inspiration and knowledge to get out and explore the Northwest via its singular waterways.

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