Gangster rap, rowdy college kids, and a beautiful polished granite canyon.
Hiking a mile into the wildernessThe hike into the canyon is a mile long stroll up every inch of gradient you are about to paddle down. A good kayak backpack system is strongly recommended, and making more then one lap in a day takes determination.
Joel Cameron, heading deeper into Vallecito canyonThe Canyon is pretty and pretty remote, there are only a few ok options for hiking out. Make sure the crew is strong and that someone has the lines dialed. I personally like getting super vague beta from Tony Miely.
Cruise Quenelle, buried in Trash CanEven the best boaters get crushed, come prepared. Cody Beach got rolled in Trash Can, and destroyed his helmet and sprained his neck. It took the rest of the crew close to an hour to help Cody out of the canyon. Thankfully he was beat up but alright.
Reece Hanson finding his stroke on Entrance FallsWhen it’s good it’s great, Vallecito usually puts on a show. Amazing boaters in an amazing setting.
Dealing with the mank and logs in Trash Can
The boys finishing up another evening lap, enjoying cold beers and another amazing sunsetanother adventure brought to you by Chris Baer