This part of the journey took us two days, so on the third day we retraced our route, back across Jervis Inlet [photo]jervis_inlet.JPG[caption]Looking up Jervis Inlet[/photo]
and then back through Skookumchuck Narrows against a very small tide and onto a camp spot at Kunechin Point. At this point in the trip we didn't see any kayakers or canoeists, but we did see quite a few pleasure boats heading up Jervis Inlet.
On the fourth day we were able to get pushed down Salmon Inlet by a nice breeze and after about 4-5 hours of paddling, we arrived at the former logging town of Clowhom Falls - now more of a BC Hydro town than a logging town - but some logging is still going on. We camped at a point just offshore of the town [photo]clowhom_camp.JPG[caption]Camped at Clowhom[/photo]
although I wouldn't call Clowhom a town, since it has no hotel, post office or public buildings, but it does have a lot of airplane and helicopter traffic (at 6:30am !).
The next morning , we portaged one of the canoes about 1 km [photo]portage.JPG[caption]3 man portage[/photo]
up to Clowhom Lake, and put in [photo]clowhom_put_in.JPG[caption]Put in at Clowhom Lake[/photo]
at Rob Dick's wood salvage area where Rob explained he has been on a 22 year campaign trying to convince people about the value of the... To see the full trip report you must login as a paid member. Use the Login Page. (message p3)
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