Emergency Action Plans

To ensure a safe and fun day on the river be prepared with an Emergency Action Plan for your group. We have created plans with maps including rapid classifications emergency numbers and spaces to fill in your own emergency information. All of our favourite runs will be included here soon in PDF, if you have some great pictures to add from your trip please send them to us.

Lakes & Floats

Southwest Alberta has some interesting places to paddle on flatwater. Check out the EAP's for the paddling locations in our area including:

Lee Lake, Beauvais Lake, Beaver Mines Lake, Oldman Dam and ponds, Waterton Reservoir, Waterton Lakes, Cameron Lake

Castle River

The Castle River is medium volume river during the spring runoff and then drops down to a small creek in mid-summer.

Crowsnest River

The Crowsnest River provides a variety of easy Class II river runs from Crowsnest Lake down to the Oldman Reservoir. These runs are great teaching locations at all water levels from Class I floats to Class II+ runs.

Oldman River

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Alberta Whitewater Association 

ADDRESS

P.O Box 162
Lundbreck, Alberta

chucklee@toughcountry.net

Tel: 403-628-2336

 

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