From sea level at the coast to high alpine lakes, Oregon is home to some spectacular waterways. It’s easy to escape the convenience of the major cities and find yourself surrounded by natural beauty. Pack up your paddle board, here are ten places you won’t want to miss in the Beaver State.
Fun fact: did you know that 38% of Idaho is owned by the United States Forest Service? While its reputation is often most pronounced in the produce aisle, there’s far more growing in Idaho than just everyone’s favorite tuber. Check out our list below and get ready to discover some of the most rugged and pristine natural beauty this country has to offer.
From hidden islands, to the peaceful coast, to rugged mountains, and everything in between, Washington state is home to some of the most magnificent paddle boarding opportunities in the country. Whether you’re planning a single day getaway or a multiday excursion, Washington has some of the best places to paddle! Pack up your kit and let’s start exploring.
Colorado is home to some of the premiere waterways in the United States. Surrounded by enormous pines, mountains as far as the eye can see, and house-sized boulders, there is no shortage of adventure in the Centennial State. Plus, with a city like Denver so close by, excitement begins just outside your doorstep. Here are ten top-rated paddles that anyone can enjoy.
For most people, thoughts of Arizona evoke imagery of dry deserts and hot sands. While the Sonoran may reign supreme as the dominating element, hidden lakes and rivers dot Arizona’s landscape like sparkling gems. Next time you’re in The Grand Canyon State, be sure to plan extra time to explore these excellent paddle locations.