Canoeing & Kayaking
In the spring, white water enthusiasts take on the Mad River in their canoes and kayaks which, fed by melting mountain snows, lives up to its name. During the summer, paddlers head for Blueberry Lake and Waterbury Reservoir or enjoy guided trips on nearby lakes and rivers booked through local outfitters. Canoes and kayaks can be rented locally and shuttle service is available.
Clearwater Sports (802) 496-2708
Guided Trips, kayak and standup paddleboards retail and rental
|Learn basic boat-handling, river-reading, and safety techniques that will help you feel more comfortable and to “Play” the river. Our two-day clinics start on flat water, then go to moving water, work up to whitewater, and finally a full-river adventure.|
Stand Up Paddleboard YogaClasses will meet at Blueberry Lake where you will get your gear and then paddle ten to fifteen minutes to warm up and get to one of our favorite protected spots on this beautiful Lake. Misa will then lead a moderately paced Vinyasa Yoga Flow. This flow is designed for all levels of students. This will be followed by a cool down paddle back to our start off point. Classes are approximately 90 minutes long and include board, paddle and PFD. Please arrive at Blueberry Lake ten to fifteen minutes early to get your equipment into the water. Please bring your own sunblock, appropriate clothing (be prepared to get wet!), towel, and water (please no plastic water bottles). Some pre-requisites include knowing how to swim. All levels of yoga students are encouraged to join.