Welcome to Paddle Trails Canoe Club!!
We paddle canoes, kayaks and inflatables. We paddle rivers, lakes and salt water. We paddle for fun, adrenaline, scenery and wilderness. Yep, we’re probably paddling something, somewhere right now!! Paddle Trails Canoe Club (PTCC) is a supportive and inclusive community of paddlers who like to get out on water whenever we can and focus on safety and fun. We invite you to take a few minutes to explore our site and, if you like what you see, to have you join us. We always welcome new members.
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Spring Bash 2016
Saturday, May 14th
Tolt-MacDonald Park, Carnation
We had another Paddle Trails Spring Bash at Tolt-MacDonald Park in Carnation. About 50 PTCC members showed up for a fresh-cooked breakfast prepared by our "Tasty Chef" board and club chair persons: Scrambled Eggs, Sausages, Hash Browns, muffins, oatmeal, coffee, tea, juice! As breakfast ended, a rain shower started just as the rescue rope throwing (for longest distance and most accurate) competitions started. The water levels were good this year on the Snoqualmie. Although it there were showers, we still broke up into groups that ran 4 different sections of the Snoqualmie:
Middle-Middle (III), South Fork (II+), Club Stretch (II), and Plum Landing (1+). See individual trip reports and photo albums for these trips
2016 Date Announcement
Interested in building your skills and confidence in your canoe? Are you a tandem boater that wants to learn how to strike out in your own solo boat? Perhaps you'd like to learn how to surf better or just paddle more efficiently. We are offering these two classes to whet your appetite there lots more REALLY GREAT canoeing classes on our training page! Paddle Trails canoe classes focus on safety and fun as well as a great learning experience.
Introduction to River Canoeing – June 11th and 12th. This 2 day course is for canoeists who are comfortable paddling on lakes but wish to learn more about safely exploring easy rivers. See our Training Page for more details and the registration form.
Introduction to Whitewater Canoeing – June 18th, 19th, 25th and 26th. This 4 day class is designed for canoeists who wish to learn more about safely paddling and maneuvering their canoes on whitewater rivers. Go to our Training Page for details and the registration form
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Photo of the Month
Club Stretch May 7th 2016