May 6, Cutler Marsh Canoe Trips Saturday

Two Canoe Adventures Saturday:

  1. Paddle across Cutler Marsh, starting at “The Ditch” where the Logan River
    enters the Marsh and taking out at the marina on the west side of Valley View
    Highway. This entails a shuttle.

    Meet at 8 a.m. at the Pacificorp boat launch on Valley View Highway (200 North
    in Logan) just west of milepost 106 (1/2 mile west of Public Shooting Range,
    past 3200 West; 4.7 mi west of Main St.). There is a small parking lot and
    portable rest room on the south side of the road.

    Paddlers must provide their own boats. Canoes can be rented from USU Outdoor
    Recreation Program (35% discount for USU students). Participants must wear a
    PFD (life jacket); binoculars, water, snacks, hat & sunglasses are
    recommended. Jean Lown, 435-760-2392; jean.lown@usu.edu

  2. Elliott Mott will lead 2 paddle trips Saturday, May 6: meeting at 9 am.

    First, we will paddle out-and-back to Cutler Dam on the open waters of Cutler Reservoir for a 7-mile event.

    Second trip: navigate a 5.4-mile stretch of the Logan River canoe trail as it flows into Cutler Reservoir from the southeast. Details & registration(required):

    Kayak and Canoe: Cache Valley

    Saturday, May 6, 2017, 9:00 AM

    Location details are available to members only.

    10 Outdoor Enthusiasts Attending

    This water trail adventure showcases two unique boating landscapes in beautiful Cache Valley. First, we will paddle out-and-back to Cutler Dam on the open waters of Cutler Reservoir for a 7-mile event. This northwestern portion of Cutler Reservoir is unique as the scenery transitions from an open water expanse to a narrowing canyon with vertical ro…

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    This water trail adventure showcases two unique boating landscapes in
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