Watershed Moments is a solo paddling expedition and social-engagement art project that will cover all 2000 kilometers (1243 miles) of the Columbia River between the source (Columbia Lake, Canal Flats) to the sea (beyond Astoria, Oregon). S
In July 2019, Claire Dibble starts paddling on Columbia Lake, following the Columbia River first through eastern BC, then Washington, then along the Oregon border to the sea. She will be paddling an average of 40 km (25 miles) per day, a pace that will allow time to engage with people along the way. She will be stopping in Golden on July 9.
Read more about Claire’s project here:
Wildsight Golden is proud to be welcoming Claire by hosting a community paddle event from Nicholson Bridge to Confluence Park. Glacier Rafting has graciously agreed to shuttle our paddling equipment and the paddlers from Confluence Park to Nicholson.
Here are the event details:
Meet at Confluence Park with your paddleboard, kayak, canoe or inflatable alligator. (don’t forget your pfds) at 4:30 PM on Tuesday, July 9
At 5 PM, the shuttle will leave to deliver you and your equipment to the Nicholson put-in
Paddling starts at 5:30 with Claire to Confluence Park. The trip takes about 2-3 hours.
Arrive at Confluence Park, meet and greet with Claire to see her homemade kayak and discuss her project. There will be cold drinks and a few refreshments provided by donation. Please bring your own cup.
People are responsible for getting their own watercraft to and from Confluence Park. Event will end by 9 PM.
All are welcome to either paddle or attend the after party.