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Published on Feb 21, 2012
Winding through the temperate rain forests of Northern California and the coastal Redwoods, the Lower Klamath River offers a passageway to an ancient ecosystem. A place where the harmony of nature is on full display at every turn and the importance and meaning of the water can be seen in the eyes of the Native Americans who have lived there for over 7000 years.
The EXPLORE team spends 3 days on the River, absorbing the beauty of the area and knowledge from local guides who claim the group could be the first ever to stand up paddle down the 23 mile approach to the river mouth. Let the water move you, as it did us, to the Pacific Ocean along the Klamath River.