Class III/IV Events Summertime Paddling

As many of you know, our Class III/IV members have been busy this winter and spring hitting up all the free flow we can find! We've paddled everywhere from the Cumberland Plateau to the piedmont of the Chattooga. As we head into our summer "dam released" river season, we will be scaling back our events to one a month. In order to effectively assist with our summertime training trips, most of our III/IV events will occur on Sundays. Despite our pairing down of the III/IV trips, we still have a great, exciting line up of paddling events! For more info, visit:http://tvccpaddler.com/events_tag/whitewater/

Riding the escalator back up for another lap at the CWW park

Upper Ocoee River Class III/IV- May 13th Contact: Mack O'Rear 423.503.4962

Charlotte Whitewater Park, Class III/IV- May 27th Contact: Sean Cook 706.726.2936

Broken Nose Clinic with Joe Gudger of Ace Kayaking

Broken Nose Clinic with Joe Gudger of Ace Kayaking, July 23rd

  • See the TVCC website for full details.
  • This clinic will be limited to 12 people.
  • You MUST be a current TVCC member.
  • Priority will be given to TVCC members who help lead trips and participate in club events on a regular basis.
  • Registration opens May 1st!
  • West Fork of the Tuckasegee, Class IV+
  • TVCC is excited to announce our 1st ever trip to the incredibly beautiful WFT coming this August!

Trip Leader: Jose Jimenez, August 12th

The West Fork of the Tuckasegee is a dam released river that requires Class IV creeking skills. Additionally, the put-in for this river requires an 8/10 of a mile hike-in down steep and rocky terrain. Due to the remote nature of this river, the group size will be limited. See the newsletter for sign up information.

SYOTR (See you on the river!)

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