The West Branch of the Susquehanna River is 228 miles long, has just been designated a National Recreation Trail, AND was just named to National Geographic's "Best Adventure Destinations for 2012." Come see what all the talk is about on this multi-day, paddle trip. Stretches of this river are remote and scenic and one day will require 22 miles of paddling, thus intermediate and experienced paddlers are encouraged to register.
Dates: May 19-24
Locations: Curwensville. PA to Renovo, PA
Registration: Click Here
This multi-day, educational paddle trip is only possible with the help and support of volunteers. To help with the planning or sponsorship of this event, email Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Susquehanna Sojourns are educational and awareness-raising events that involve canoeists and kayakers paddling a segment of the Susquehanna River, camping on her shores and interacting with local towns and villages. The Susquehanna River is the largest tributary and provides almost half of the freshwater to the Chesapeake Bay.
Over the course of the Sojourn, families, scouts and individuals partner with local residents in river-related service projects and programs. The Sojourn receives prominent media coverage and is a unique and powerful tool for promoting environmental stewardship and inspiring conservation of our natural resources.