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Tahquamenon River

Discussion in 'Places to Paddle' started by tyler noel, Oct 25, 2006.

  1. tyler noel

    tyler noel New Member

    In the spring I am planning on canoeing the Tahquamenon River, in the Eastern U.P , from Newberry to Lake Superior. Has anyone paddled this part of the river? Is it loaded with log james and rocks or is it mostly deep water, fast moving? Appreciate any and all information. Tyler Noel Niles Michigan
     
  2. Dave Wermuth

    Dave Wermuth Who hid my paddle?

    Tyler

    I got home today and grabbed "Canoeing Michigan Rivers" by Jerry Dennis and Craig Date. A comprehensive guide to 45 Rivers. Lo, and behold! The Tahquamenon is not even mentioned. I was surprised. Second biggest waterfall east of the Mississippi and not mentioned in the book. the lower section is a big river but I don't know about the upper part. I think a google search is in order.
     
  3. Dave Wermuth

    Dave Wermuth Who hid my paddle?

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    tyler noel

    tyler noel New Member

    Thanks

    I really thank you for the information, looking forward to my adventure.
    Know it will be as beautiful as Hiawatha says its was.
    Tyler
     

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