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2019 Trip Guide

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2019 Trip Guide

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Spanning the waterways between our 14 magical waterfalls in the Appalachian foothills are dozens of designated kayak and canoe trails, quiet coves for paddling on our expansive eight major lakes, the thrill of Class IV white water rafting along the Upper Bear Reservoir, and white water slalom racing on Locust Fork. We're your one-stop resource for locations, outfitters, guides, and equipment in 16 counties at the top of Alabama. Contact us today for free brochures.

Overview

Spanning the waterways between 14 magical waterfalls in the Appalachian foothills are dozens of designated kayak and canoe trails, quiet coves for paddling on eight major lakes, the thrill of class IV whitewater rafting along the Upper Bear Reservoir, and whitewater slalom racing on Locust Fork. Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association is your one-stop resource for locations, outfitters, guides, and equipment in 16 counties at the top of Alabama. Free brochures.

Spanning the waterways between our 14 magical waterfalls in the Appalachian foothills are dozens of designated kayak and canoe trails, quiet coves for paddling on our expansive eight major lakes, the thrill of Class IV white water rafting along the Upper Bear Reservoir, and white water slalom racing on Locust Fork. We're your one-stop resource for locations, outfitters, guides, and equipment in 16 counties at the top of Alabama. Contact us today for free brochures.

Quick Facts

Paddlesport

  • Canoeing

Activity

  • Canoe Tripping

Experience/Service

  • Paddling Trip

Waterway

  • Rivers and Streams (no whitewater)

Destination

  • North America

Guided

  • No

Special Interest

  • Family

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