Whitewater's website, including the Rivers
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Excellent photos and brief descriptions of the rivers and creeks of
the Obed/Emory watershed. Includes Clear
Creek (multiple sections), Crab
Orchard Creek, Crooked
Fork Creek, Daddy's
Creek (multiple sections), White
Creek, the Emory
(multiple sections) and the Obed
Tennessee Whitewater Club River Guides. Well done guides to Clear
Creek ( Jett Bridge to Lily Bridge), the Middle
Ocoee River, the Nantahala
River, and the Tallulah
Whitewater Club River Guides. Well done guides to Alabama's
Little River Canyon, the Chattooga
River, the Hiwassee
River, the Nantahala
River, the Ocoee
River, and others.
South Fork: A Guide to Paddling in the Big South Fork.
An online version of an eleven page National Park Service guide.
Includes information on seven river segments and twelve access points.
Requires a copy of the free Adobe
Camping Top 40. An incredible resource. Detailed
descriptions of 40 continental U.S. canoe camping trips requiring a
week or more to complete. Includes the Cape
Fear (NC), the Duck
(TN), the Edisto
(SC), the Green
(KY), the James
(VA), the Oconee-Altamaha
(GA), the Okefenokee
Swamp (GA/FL), the Pee
Dee (SC), and the Suwannee
description of North Carolina's New
River State Park. Includes information on the park's
campgrounds and and access points.
Canoe Club Canoe Camping Guide. Descriptions of the canoe
camping options at nine North Carolina locations.
Lyke's Virtual Ocoee Tour. The first of the virtual river
tours. Nice photos and very detailed rapid descriptions.
Ditto's Whitewater Amphibian Habitats of the Great Southeast.
Grateful Ed picked up where Dan Lyke left off and created virtual
river tours of Alabama's
Little River Canyon, the Nantahala,
and the Tellico.
Paddle Page. Not to be outdone, Leland picked up the virtual
torch and used it to illuminate North Carolina's Green River and its
Photos and descriptions of section four of the Chattooga's major
drops, plus additional interesting links.