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Kosilah River, Nov 14, 2005 - Video:Mat Kasunich
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Kosilah River, Nov 14, 2005 - Video:Mat Kasunich

Jim - Squamish river at Steamroller, mile 33.5, at over 500 cms, late August rain swollen
Jim
Squamish river at Steamroller, mile 33.5, at over 500 cms, late August rain swollen
 
Angie - Squamish river at Steamroller, mile 33.5, at over 500 cms, late August rain swollen
Angie
Angie - Squamish river at Steamroller, mile 33.5, at over 500 cms, late August rain swollen
 

Dagne - Squamish river at Steamroller, mile 33.5, at over 500 cms, late August rain swollen
Dagne
The Play Run from mile 34.5 "Trudeau Corner" to mile 31.5, is a popular section for locals at flows down to 85 cms on the BC Hydro Elaho gauge on line. It features the best of the play available down to the low flows. Class 3 rapids to 3+ on 3 drops. Big water is still class 3+.

Mar 27 jpegs are flows of near 85 cms on the last class 3 drop of this run.
Paul Nilsen - paulnilsen@shaw.ca - My Coastal BC IS Squamish

Squamish river at Steamroller In the Meat, mile 33.5, at over 500 cms, late August rain swollen
In the Meat

Squamish river at Steamroller In the Meat,  mile 33.5, at over 500 cms, late August rain swollen
 
Squamish river at Steamroller, mile 33.5, at over 500 cms, late August rain swollen
 
Stuart - Squamish river at Steamroller, mile 33.5, at over 500 cms, late August rain swollen
Stuart
Cam & Jim - Squamish river at Steamroller, mile 33.5, at over 500 cms, late August rain swollen
Cam & Jim

Squamish river - Photo:Johannes Koch
 
Squamish river - Photo:Johannes Koch
 
Squamish river - Photo:Johannes Koch
 
Squamish river - Photos:Johannes Koch

Kayak Surf Comp - Cox Bay, Sept 24/05 2005 - Photo:Linda Graham
 
Kayak Surf Comp - Cox Bay, Sept 24/05 2005 - Photo:Linda Graham
 
Kayak Surf Comp - Cox Bay, Sept 24/05 2005 - Photo:Linda Graham
 
Kayak Surf Comp - Cox Bay, Sept 24/05 2005 - Photo:Linda Graham
 
Kayak Surf Comp - Cox Bay, Sept 24/05 2005 - Photos:Linda Graham

Paul - Squamish River - Photo:Paul Nilsen
 
Paul - Squamish River - Photo:Paul Nilsen
 
Paul - Squamish River - Photo:Paul Nilsen
 
Paul - Squamish River - Photo:Paul Nilsen
 
Paul - Squamish River - Photo:Paul Nilsen

Cam - Drop - Elaho River - Photo:Paul Nilsen
Cam
Philip -  Drop - Elaho River - Photo:Paul Nilsen
Philip
Drop - Elaho River - Photo:Paul Nilsen

Birkenhead Wave Jim - Photo:Paul Nilsen
Jim
Birkenhead Wave Jim - Photo:Paul Nilsen
Jim
Birkenhead Wave Paul - Photo:Paul Nilsen
Paul
Birkenhead River Photos:Paul Nilsen

Some shots of a wave below Owl Creek. A nice wave/hole river left at the train bridge.

Medium flows,class 2 to 3+ rapids,best boulder gardens in the middle half of the run.A popular small volume raft run too.This river is north of Whistler,past Pemberton to Mt.Currie.The local Mt Currie band are stewards of the river and may ask you your observations.

Squamish Whitewater Paddlers club weekend trip pictures by Paul Nilsen, club director.

Birkenhead Wave Paul - Photo:Paul Nilsen
Paul
Birkenhead Wave Tianna - Photo:Paul Nilsen
Tianna
Birkenhead Wave Vanessa - Photo:Paul Nilsen
Vanessa

Photo:shwank
 
Photo:shwank_5

rider: Gavin
location/venue: Jalama Beach, soCal
date photo taken:late February
photographer: Allan
Gavin - Jalama Beach, soCal, late February 2005 - Photo:Allan
 

Matt Kellow - Nanaimo River, April 2005 - Photo:Mat Kasunich
 
Matt Kellow - Nanaimo River, April 2005 - Photo:Mat Kasunich
 
Matt Kellow - Nanaimo River, April 2005 - Photo:Mat Kasunich
 
Matt Kellow - Nanaimo River, April 2005 - Photo:Mat Kasunich
 
Matt Kellow - Nanaimo River, April 2005 - Photo:Mat Kasunich

Mike Neville - Englishman River, April 2005 - Photo:Mat Kasunich
 
rider: Mike Neville comment/trick: location/venue: Englishman River date photo taken: April 2005 Photo:Mat Kasunich rider: Mat K location/venue: Big Qualicum River date photo taken: September 2004 Photo:Crystal Coyle Mat K - Big Qualicum River, Sept 2004 - Photo:Crystal Coyle
 

Mike Neville - Skookumchuck - Feb 2005 - Photo:Mat Kasunich
 
Mike Neville - Skookumchuck - Feb 2005 - Photo:Mat Kasunich Mike Neville - Skookumchuck - Feb 2005 - Photo:Mat Kasunich
 
Mike Neville - Skookumchuck - Feb 2005 - Photo:Mat Kasunich
 

Peter Ras Okanagan Lake
 
Even Okanagan Lake has it's days. This day was blowing about 50km/hr and was producing a consistent 4'. Every once and a while it'll blow 80-100km and when it does' this place gets scary. Huge shorebreak makes timing launch from shore critical. Once away from shore you can get a steady 7- 8' which wraps around a point and gives a fairly long right hand break. Usually these storms blow in around January so lake temp is pretty cool and air temp is usually around -5 to +5. But when it's on it's worth it. Of course being and Okanagan Inlander we are usually starving for surf and will go out in just about anything.
Peter Ras


Willie Brice Nov/14/2004 Photo:Johan Stroman
 
Willie Brice Nov/14/2004 Photo:Johan Stroman
 
Willie Brice Nov/14/2004 Photo:Johan Stroman
 
Willie Brice Nov/14/2004 Photo:Johan Stroman
 

These pictures were taken by Johan Stroman of Willie Brice, surfing at Mackenzie Beach on Nov 14th - believe it or not, it was too big everywhere else! Willie Brice Nov/14/2004 Photo:Johan Stroman
 


September 2004 at Wickinnish Beach. Photo:Toni
Wave Jumping
September 2004 at Wickinnish Beach
Toni
September 2004 at Wickinnish Beach. Photo:Toni
Wes and Mike


Some tofino area kayaking in Feburary 2003. Photo:Richard Simpson Some tofino area kayaking in Feburary 2003. Photo:Richard Simpson Some tofino area kayaking in Feburary 2003. Photo:Richard Simpson
Some tofino area kayaking in Feburary 2003. Photo:Richard Simpson


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