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Armitage Park to Marshall Island

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Distance
9.5 mi
Elevation gain
1,207 ft
Technical difficulty
Moderate
Elevation loss
1,247 ft
Max elevation
406 ft
TrailRank 
40
Min elevation
82 ft
Trail type
One Way
Moving time
one hour 22 minutes
Time
2 hours 25 minutes
Coordinates
1786
Uploaded
July 22, 2020
Recorded
July 2020
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406 ft
82 ft
9.5 mi

near Coburg, Oregon (United States)

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Itinerary description

A three hour paddle from Armitage Park to Marshall Island Boat Ramp. Start on the McKenzie River, pass through the Willamette River confluence while enjoying wildlife and scenery. Pass through a few rock quarries and areas not frequently accessed. Plenty of opportunities for stops along the way.

Paddlers should be comfortable with basic balancing and an understand of proper paddling technique. Leash safety should be understood. Good opportunity to practice bracing, avoiding the occasional boat or log jam and generally enjoying learning to stand up paddle on the river.

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