Northwest

Canoeing at Chippewa River

Canoeing at Chippewa River in Durand,WI Rich in history and scenic beauty, the river is navigable for most of its length from the Holcombe Flowage south to the Mississippi River. Water levels are occassionally subject to rapid fluctuation - check locally. The 40-mile stretch below the dam at Eau Claire is generally gentle to moderate with adequate flow. Random portages may be necessary in dry weather or late on...

Canoeing at Bois Brule River

Canoeing at Bois Brule River in Brule,WI World-famous for trout fishing, scenery and exciting rapids. Brule is also one of the most popular canoeing streams in Wisconsin. Canoe trips can start at Stone's Bridge (Hwy S) and proceed upstream or downstream. Upstream, there are no rapids. Downstream trips can end at canoe landings near Hwy B, the ranger station, or at Hwy 2. The rapids between Hwy B and Hwy 2 are...

Canoeing at Bear River

Canoeing at Bear River in Hurley WI Tranquil, unspoiled, with good opportunities to see wildlife. Much of its 25-mile course passes through the Lac du Flambeau Chippewa Reservation. Upper portion is narrow with steady current through pine forests; lower stretch passes through Powell Marsh narrowing again before joining the Manitowish River as it enters the Turtle-Flambeau Flowage. Low hazard riffles....

Canoeing at Apple River

Canoeing at Apple River in Somerset,WI Outfitters in and around Somerset provide rentals and transportation for this popular tubing river. The first half of the trip offers relaxed family floating. The last half features a wild rapids area with a walkway along the side for the less adventurous. The Apple River has cut through the masses of limestone, dolomite and shale until massive cliffs now rise high above...