Guided Kayak Program at Bighorn Canyon

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07/11/2019 200PM pm - 400PM pm
Bighorn Canyon
Phone:(307) 548-5406
Address: 20 U.S. 14, Lovell, WY 82431

2019 Guided Kayak Program at Bighorn Canyon

Get onto the water and see the Canyon just a new perspective. Bighorn Canyon offers guided kayak excursions. The program covers instructions for proper paddling, self-recovery of capsized kayaks and safety.

Register for this free program at the Bighorn Canyon NRA Visitor Center at 307-548-5406 soon. Availability is limited.

Bighorn Canyon Guided Kayak Program

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kayaks are available to the first ten participants. Five participants can register and bring there own kayaks.

Bighorn Canyon Kayak Program

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