Explore Hidden Kentucky in Your Kayak or Canoe Wet your paddle--and whet your paddling appetite--with the authoritative guide to the waterways of Kentucky. From the eastern coalfields to the Mighty Mississippi along the western border, this is your updated resource for paddling the creeks, rivers, and waterways of the Bluegrass State. Canoeing & Kayaking Kentucky covers thousands of miles of paddling, including almost all of the state's paddleable waterways, in 77 river profiles that range in difficulty from scenic floats down the Green to whitewater runs on the Russell Fork. Authors Bob Sehlinger and Johnny Molloy combine the latest technology with good old-fashioned paddling trips to make your paddling adventures even easier to execute with completely revised and improved maps, access points, river gauges, and mileages, as well as updated contact information and GPS coordinates for every put-in and takeout. Between them, Bob and Johnny have paddled thousands of miles. This combined experience makes Canoeing & Kayaking Kentucky useful for paddlers of all types. Paddling has never been better in Kentucky.
About the Author
A native of Kentucky, Bob Sehlinger has led canoeing trips throughout eastern North America from the rivers of northern Ontario, Canada, to the bayous of Louisiana. Johnny Molloy is an outdoors writer who averages more than 100 nights in the wild per year, backpacking throughout the U.S. He has written more than 30 outdoors guidebooks and articles for magazines and websites. Visit him on the Web at johnnymolloy.com. He lives in Johnson City, TN.