Surf's up in Utah!


Surfing the Riverdale Wave was one of high lights of our spring trip. We paddled the wave on
the way to Idaho and on the return. The levels were from 2300 to 3000 on our visits. The wave was fast and bouncy, so much fun! Some of the locals claim their favorite levels are 2000-2300, because it is easier to set up for moves.

The local paddlers were friendly and super fun to paddle with. They are all so psyched to have so much run off this year. A few creeks and river runs in that area are flowing high. I see other CKS paddlers have been there recently, our timing to paddle together was off... next time. See you all at Paddlefest in BV soon.


local paddler: Amanda Kays
Me at Kelly's White Water Park
In Cascade Idaho.Serenna, hangin' on the Salmon.
She is a good traveler..
and happy camper.

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