Dates: August 17th-19th, 2018
Location: Muscoda, WI
This is a beautiful trip and tons of fun!!! There are 15 signed up as of 7/20 and just a few spots left. We will probably cap it at 20 or 25.
This annual trip will be in collaboration with my good friend and expert guide, Scott Oeth of Bull Moose Patrol!
We are starting further down river than the big canoe rental shops, and hopefully shoving off a bit earlier than the masses. This means we should have a bit of a jump on other paddlers. Once we get on the water, we’ll be paddling, sandbar camping, and having an awesome time as we make our way 25 miles downriver. Scott and I will be providing just about everything but your personal items. The cost is just $200 per person which is a darned good rate. Just the canoes go for more for that from other WI river outfitters!
*No glass allowed on the river. BYOB- just make sure it’s in plastic or cans.
AS ALWAYS >>> Upon registration, you will receive a recommended gear list. You don’t need much!
• All meals
• Canoes, paddles, and PFDs
• Dry Bags and Barrels for your gear
• Misc. group gear
• Professional, insured guides
• Wilderness EMT and Wilderness First Responder
• Personal items such as a tent, sleeping bag, sleep pad, and clothing.
We have some extra items in the gear closet if need be. These will be available on a first come first serve basis.
Registration is $200
>Payments must be received by Friday, August 10th
>Paypal link–> www.paypal.me/nickofthewoods/200
>Money Apps and Checks are also accepted. Please, pm for details on these.
Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick Gordon, NREMT and Wilderness EMT, is the owner and lead instructor for NOW Outdoors LLC. He teaches more than a dozen wilderness adventure courses for UW-Milwaukee and teaches for the SOLO School of Wilderness Medicine. Since 2009, Nick has been teaching and guiding wilderness adventure, emergency readiness, and survival courses throughout the Great Lakes region and abroad. In addition to running the largest outdoor themed meetup community in Wisconsin, he also volunteers as a Regional Coordinator for the Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education.