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kayaking the salmon river
posted by: yvebot   email this member
Posted Monday, Feb 6 at 1:37 AM
Mon, Feb 6 at 01:37 AM
Regarding trail Salmon River Langley BC near Langley, BC

http://www.trailpeak.com/trail-Salmon-River-Langley-BC-near-Langley-BC-5943

Where can I put in if I don't want to go through the culvert under hwy #1


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trails page for lhtreesRe: kayaking the salmon river
lhtrees  email this member
Posted Monday, Feb 6 at 2:00 AM
Mon, Feb 6 at 02:00 AM
Regarding trail Salmon River Langley BC near Langley, BC

http://www.trailpeak.com/trail-Salmon-Ri ver-Langley-BC-near-Langley-BC-5943

"More frequently, I put in at the bridge just south of Fort Langley on Glover Road. Pull over to the east side of the road on the south side of the bridge. There is a blackberry ridden path down to the river. I sometimes go through the short path with a machete or pruners to remove blackberry branches that are going to get in the way of moving the canoe down to the water but most of the time, the trail is clear enough. The advantage of putting in here, is that you can easily paddle back."

Right where the Salmon River cross Glover Road to the west there is a little pullout (right before the bridge as you are heading into Fort Langley). There really isn't any other place upstream of this to put in before HWY 1. That is all residential and farming property.

Larry


trails page for scottnRe: kayaking the salmon river
scottn ( Scott Nelson )  email this member
Posted Monday, Jul 3 at 7:46 AM
Mon, Jul 3 at 07:46 AM
Regarding trail Salmon River Langley BC near Langley, BC

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< BR>We just did the Salmon River today. We put in at a cul-de-sac on 78th Avenue, which is just downstream of the highway 1 culvert. Took out at the fraser river and portaged 100m to a new subdivision where we had stashed our getaway car.



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