Two main creeks and a shallow channel make up the 9.5-mile Upper Klamath Canoe Trail that meanders through marshes that form part of the Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge. The canoe trail provides the only means of exploring the refuge.
What's something exciting your business offers? Say it here.Four segments make up the canoe trail:Crystal Creek, Malone Springs, Recreation Creek, and Wocus Cut.Signs help mark the trail. Crystal Creek, Recreation Creek, and Pelican Bay form a loop that will keep paddlers entertained for hours.
The lower Klamath is located in the far northwest corner of California- one of the most remote and least populated areas of the state, the term 'Lower Klamath" can be used to describe any section of the Klamath River.
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