Kat Levitt

Chattanooga

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  1. North Chickamauga Creek - White Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    The North Chickamauga Creek is a local paddling favorite, offering a couple different options, including a remote 12-mile run and an easily accessible stretch of rapids called 'The Bowling Alley.'

  2. Rock Island - White Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    Rock Island offers world class surfing and waterfall hucking, where experienced paddlers love to test their skills!

  3. Ocoee River - White Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    The Ocoee River is one of the most popular rivers in the world, seeing hundreds of thousands of kayakers and rafters every year. This popularity is well-deserved, as it has about 10 miles of excellent class III-IV whitewater, as well as a positive relationship with TVA that keeps the agua flowing for weekend warriors all summer long.

  4. Hiwassee River - White Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    The splashy, cool waters of the Hiwassee River are a great place to float, paddle, and cut your whitewater teeth!

  5. Tellico River - White Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    An appealing stream for kayakers, trout fishermen, hikers, and waterfall viewers, the enchanting wilderness of the Tellico River is easily accessed by a nice, paved road connected to the popular Cherohala Skyway. For paddling laps, learning to creek, or hucking your first waterfall, the Tellico is a Southeastern whitewater essential.

  6. Richland Creek - White Water Paddling

    Chattanooga

    Richland Creek is another hidden gem tucked into the side of Walden's Ridge, with great rapids getting continually steeper the farther you hike upstream. The Laurel Snow section of the Cumberland Trail makes great use of an old mining road, enabling paddlers and hikers the chance to access the creek.