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Canoe

In Ohiopyle, PA canoeing started with professor Edward Coleman of Indiana University. Convinced by his students to sponsor outings along the Youghiogheny, he applied his smarts to creating fiberglass-decked canoes, C-2’s, in 1962. These canoes cut through the water more than the crevice that cuts into Dimple Rock’s chin. Through companies like the Youghiogheny Canoe Outfitters or Hazelbaker’s Bottom Yough Outfitters you can rent a canoe on a gentle section of the Yough and enjoy a day on tranquil waters. You can also enjoy a leisurely row on Laurel Hill State Park with Hazelbaker’s rental options. Think you can only canoe in Ohiopyle? Bask in the Grand Canyon of PA via canoe. Escape Philadelphia and go cruising down the Nockamixon. Enjoy the peace of canoeing all across PA!

 

Youghiogheny River

Laurel Highlands Canoeing History

Youghiogheny Canoe Outfitters Kayaking Pittsburgh Canoe Rentals

Hazelbaker’s Bottom Yough Outfitters Canoe Trips

 

Pine Creek, The “Grand Canyon” of Pennsylvania

Canyon Cruises Canoe Trips

Pine Creek Outfitters Canoe Rental

 

Lake Nockamixon

Nockamixon Canoe Rental

Nature’s Way Canoe & Kayak Sales

 

Raccoon Creek

Larry Beighey’s Raccoon Creek State Park Boat Rentals

 

Lake Erie

Presque Isle Canoe Rental

Loyalhanna Water Trail

Laurel Highlands Livery Kayak & Canoe Trips

PA DCNR State Parks for Canoeing/Kayaking

Canoeing/Kayking in PA

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ACA - Pennsylvania shared Crossline Reach's Reach Triad Delivery. ...

" Reach Protection combined with a change in direction via Pulley" .One throw...you go...both ways ghost boat control...portage, gear transferal, boat platform delivery, swimmer power assist/ stranded motorist flotation delivery, boat delivery, rescuer delivery...belay, assist. Line size can be walked up if necessary after initial anchor for bigger flows or gradient. Essentially another evolution in the quiver to minimize risk to rescuers and those needing support or rescue...and increasing the logistical safety of trekkers, guides and clients.

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Before Your Spray ... ... at your home, business, or public space, please consider what other options may be available to you for control of weeds and invasives. Sprayed herbicides can enter the local waterway and impact not only the health of aquatic wildlife but also the drinking water of those who live downstream. Please share to show you care about a Healthy 'Hanna.

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Before You Mow ... Please consider where you are blowing your grass clippings. Depending on your laws of your local government, blowing grass clippings into the road may be illegal under their stormwater regulations. Grass clippings can clog storm drains and catch basins. They also introduce additional organics (and possibly herbicides and pesticides) into local waterways as part of stormwater flow. Please blow all clippings away from the road. Please share to show you care about a Healthy 'Hanna.

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