Intermediate and advanced whitewater kayak clinics
Have you learned the basics of whitewater kayaking but aren't sure how to take your paddling to the next level? Wildwater's instructors have designed these specialty whitewater skill development clinics specifically for intermediate and advanced kayakers in mind. Focusing on a specific paddling skill or topic, these 1 day clinics are the perfect way to advance your paddling ability
Edging and Bracing
The difference between a good paddler and a great paddler is the ability to edge and brace properly. Although edging and bracing are skills taught to beginner kayakers, most paddlers have not mastered these skills. Join us as we learn ways to practice better edge control and perfect our bracing. This course is designed for people with class III-IV paddling ability with a confident roll.
2016 Date: Sunday, May 15th
Location: Skykomish River, Washington
Advanced River Running
Learn to run the river in style with advanced paddle strokes and concepts. This clinic is designed for intermediate paddlers looking to advance their river running skills.
2016 Date: Sunday, June 12
Location: Wenatchee River, Leavenworth
Creek Boating Skills and Basics
Creek boating is a team sport. Come join us for a day of class IV creek boating and learn about necessary skills and equipment to be a good team member. You must have a solid roll and your must carry a throw bag and float bags for this course.
2016 Date: Sunday, July 10th
Mastering the Boof
Boofing, what is it and how do we do it? In this course we will break down what a boof is and learn how to master this advanced technique. This course is designed for people with class III-IV paddling ability with a confident roll.
2016 Date: Sunday, August 21
Location: White Salmon River, Columbia River Gorge