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Kayaking lower Feather River

Prepare to spend hours of discovery paddling down the Feather River in the Great Central Valley, located 65 miles north of Sacramento. Paddlers come here to enjoy the peace and solitude away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

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Kayaking Topaz Lake

Whether your idea of getting away from it all is paddling along the shores of a serene lake or indulging in photographing picturesque landscapes, Topaz Lake is the place to go. With magnificent panoramas of the eastern Sierra Mountains and plenty of turquoise water to paddle, Topaz Lake is the perfect getaway.

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kayaking Lundy Lake  

Kayaking in California is a very pleasurable experience in the fall. The changing colors contrast dramatically against the dense evergreens, creating a breathtaking sight to behold.

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Caught in a Wildfire while kayaking

A wildfire, also known as a forest fire, is more common than most people believe. Unlike many natural disasters, most wildfires are caused by people. Every year, wildfires burn thousands of acres. CAL FIRE firefighters respond to an average of more than 5,600 wildfires each year.

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kayaking estero Americano

Begin or end your day with an inspiring sunrise or sunset as you paddle on the serene waters of the Estero Americano, while relishing the natural beauty that surrounds you. Explore the diverse natural wonders of 127-acres of the Estero Americano estuary that borders Sonoma and Marin Counties.

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Bear Spray

Going kayaking in Bear Country?  Smart paddlers always protect themselves in bear country with bear spray. Bear pepper spray deterrent is proven your best defense in stopping a bear attack. Remember to carry your bear pepper spray where it is accessible and know how to use it.

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kayaking Lake Gregory

Might Lake Gregory be that special hideaway that puts you in closer touch with the wild? This small mountain lake is far enough from the city to create a sense that civilization has been left far behind, but not so distant as to make the trip a burden.

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kayaking Bodega Bay

Bodega Bay is tucked away in Sonoma County. Bodega Bay is a glittering emerald jewel in the heart of Northern California’s countryside, along the spectacular and beautiful Sonoma Coast, just 65 miles North of San Francisco. Bodega Bay is really the place to go for people who love to be outdoors.

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Kayak Fishing Lake Perris

There’s no place I’d rather be than paddling a gorgeous lake when not a ripple mars the water surface. Ok so Lake Perris isn’t what I consider a gorgeous lake, but if you arrive as the sun is making its way over the low foothills, and as the early morning mist hovers just above the water surface, the lake does have a mystical beauty about it..

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 If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the Bay area, head over to Heart's Desire Beach located in Tomales Bay State Park situated on the west side of the Tomales Bay at 1100 Pierce Point Road, in Inverness. Heart’s Desire Beach lies in a sheltered cove off of Pierce Point Road at the end of a long, winding road that descends into the park.... 

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