Get the authoritative guide to the waterways of Georgia, offering thousands of miles of paddling.
Wet your paddle―and whet your paddling appetite―with Canoeing & Kayaking Georgia, the definitive guide to whitewater, smoothwater, and everything in between. From the Chattahoochee River Watershed in the west to the Savannah River Basin along the eastern border, this is your complete resource for paddling the creeks and rivers of the Peach State. Canoeing & Kayaking Georgia covers 3,700 miles of paddling in more than 80 profiles of rivers and creeks. They range in difficulty from pleasant and uncomplicated runs for beginners, such as the Chattooga River Section II, to whitewater runs in the Tallulah Gorge.
Author and expert paddler Suzanne Welander utilizes the latest technology, along with good old-fashioned experience, to make your canoe and kayak adventures easy to enjoy. The book has been revised and updated, with maps and important details like access points, river gauges, mileages, contact information, and GPS coordinates for every put-in and takeout. Canoeing & Kayaking Georgia is useful for paddlers of all skill levels. It is the resource you need to find where to float, no matter what type of boat you paddle.
Inside you’ll find:
- New maps plus GPS coordinates
- More than 80 river and creek profiles, divided into 8 sections
- Waterway recommendations for beginners, families, campers, and more
- Easy-to-reference descriptions of Georgia’s developed Water Trails