Kayak Northwest
Northwest Kayak Information Center

The Northwest is a fantastic place to live.  My friends and I enjoy kayaking the waters of Puget Sound and the other great waters in our region.  This joy has inspired me to build this web site so that I can share the places that my friends and I have paddled.  Every route shown here has been paddled by us. 

I hope that this web site can become a resource for other paddlers to use in exploring the Northwest.

I have been a tad lazy this year!  We had a slow start getting to good weather and then got slammed by the pandemic.  It looks like we are slow coming out of it and starting to relax the requirements.  Kayaking is a good way to practice social distancing and still have fun.  I am hoping to hit the water more this year.  We have one trip planned so far later this summer.  Overnight trips are still an issue, but day trips are OK.  So  go out and enjoy.

I am working on the web site when I have time and I am striving to make this as complete a kayak guide for Puget Sound as possible.  If you have suggestions for improving any of my web pages you can contact me via E-Mail. 

 

 

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  • Glacier Bay 2015
  • Glacier Bay 2015
  • Glacier Bay 2015
  • Glacier Bay 2015
  • Gulf Islands
  • Gulf Islands
  • Missouri Breaks
  • Missouri Breaks
  • Missouri Breaks
  • Missouri Breaks
  • Blackberry Point
  • Wallace Island
  • Barkley Sound
  • Barkley Sound
  • Barkley Sound
  • Barkley Sound
  • Barkley Sound
  • San Juan Island
  • Lime Kiln Light House
  • San Juan Island
  • Williamette River
  • bootstrap slider
  • Soucia Island
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