Cataract Creek is your typical Alberta run, relatively easy with lots of ledges. It's a great introduction to creeking as all of the major drops are easy to scout and portage if necessary. For the experienced boater the highlights are Titan, a really nice 25 footer with a huge boil, and Leviathan, a tricky 40 foot slide with lots of sharp rocks and a big hole when the water is up. The rest of the run includes numerous rapids and ledges varying from 6 - 15 feet, making it a excellent day of…Continue
Added by Mikkel St.Jean-Duncan on May 19, 2012 at 12:41am — No Comments
As always Alberta is slow to get water in the spring, my one solace is that I know once it starts flowing we'll be paddling until October. It gets really hard with all of the pictures being posted on facebook, from Buseater, Washington ,Oregon and anywhere else that has water in April.
Out of pure desperation we went out and paddled the Elbow at 3 cms while it was snowing, this run is best when there is 60 cms but it did mean time in my boat. The next weekend we drove three hours in…Continue
Added by Mikkel St.Jean-Duncan on May 2, 2012 at 12:00pm — No Comments