A place where Utah white water lovers can talk about rivers, meet new people, plan trips, etc...
Just got off the phone this morning with Mark at the Mitigation Commission that has helped guide the restoration project on the Middle Provo River from Jordanelle to Deer Creek. Based on information they post on the web site
Spring is springing! and you know what that means. Time to wind down the pool sessions and get ready for the real stuff. What better way to go out than with a little competition?! On Wednesday, March 23rd from 9:00 to 10:30 pm the BYU Whitewater
If you are interested in proposing that Provo build a whitewater park this seems like a good opportunity to give that input. Next week Provo City will be holding meetings for city residents to give input to guide the formulation of the 10 year
A couple of months ago Provo city published their updated Parks and Rec master plan on the mayor's website. As I searched though it today I found that it mentions (page 121) a whitewater trail / park from Columbia Lane to I-15. On page 144 it lists
9:00-10:30pm at the Provo Rec Center Pool. Admission: $5 Rental*: $5 PAYMENT: Pool Admission: -Pay online (recommended): If you have a BYU ID, go to clubs.byu.edu and click the "Pay Club Dues" tab. Enter your info, and select "Whitewater Kayaking
There was river wide reinforced construction plastic sheeting hanging from the new I-15 bridge into the river on Sat. 3/12. It wasn't there the week before. Eddy out and sneak on the left. Rob-
My daughter would like to take a canoe trip down the Provo River for her birthday in a couple of weeks. We do have access to a couple of canoes, but we don't have much experience. My daughters have used canoes on lakes at Girls Camp, and I have done the