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Tuesday, November 1st and Wednesday, November 2nd
Wambaw Creek Swamp Paddle - all ages welcome
10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Location:  Upper Charleston County in McClellanville, SC  - approx. 45 min. drive from downtown
Reduced Rate offering:  $40 / ages 13 and up,  $25 / ages 12 and under.

University Degreed Naturalist Led Tour through a Protected Wilderness Area deep in the Francis Marion National Forest.  
Paddlers will see beautiful Blackwater in a flooded forest with giant Cypress Trees and subtropical vegetation.   Slow
moving Blackwater, easy to paddle.   5.5 miles total.  Ages 11 and up for single kayaks.

Thursday, November 3rd
Historic Shem Creek Shrimping Village & Crab Bank Island Preserve
12:00 noon - 3:00 p.m.  
Location:  Shem Creek - approx. 3 miles from downtown across the Cooper River Bridge into Mt. Pleasant, SC
Reduced Rate offering:  $35 / ages 13 and up,  $20 / ages 12 and under

University Degreed Naturalist Led Tour down Historic Shem Creek and out to Crab Bank Island.  This paddle offers a
chance to see Pelicans and other coastal birds and maybe even some dolphins.  3 1/2 miles total round trip.  Ages 15 and
up for single kayaks.

Friday, November 4th -
Sewee Indian Shellmounds Tour & Bulls Bay in Cape Romain Wildlife Refuge
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location:  Awendaw, SC - approximately 30 min. drive from downtown
Charleston
Reduced Rate offering:  $40 / ages 13 and up,  $25/ ages 12 and under.  

University Degreed Naturalist Led Tour to Ancient Indian Ruins - Ceremonial
Rings dating back 4,000 years ago.
Our journey takes us through gentle saltwater marshes and creeks and out
to Bulls Bay to view the Commercial Oyster Beds.  Paddlers may see
Coastal Birds and possibly dolphins along the way.  6 miles total round trip.
Ages 15 and up for single kayaks.

Saturday, November 5th -
Ashley River Paddle
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and again 5:30- 7:30, sunset paddle
Location:  Ashley River on Brittlebank Park, downtown Charleston
Reduced Rate offering:  $25/ ages 13 and up,  $20 / ages 12 and under

Paddle this beautiful river that once encompassed historic rice plantations and Charleston Commerce.  We will explore the
marshes along the river banks and view Charleston from the Water!
Sunday, November 6th
Ashley River Paddle
10:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m.
Location:  Ashley River on Brittlebank Park, downtown Charleston
Reduced Rate offering:  $25/ ages 13 and up,  $20 / ages 12 and under

Paddle this beautiful river that once encompassed historic rice plantations and Charleston Commerce.  We will explore the
marshes along the river banks and view Charleston from the Water!

ALL TOURS -
Reservations Required.  Detailed Confirmations sent upon registration.    800-673-0679 or email us at
natureadventuresoutfitters@worldnet.att.net

All tours are led by University Degreed Naturalist.  Nature Adventures is a fully licensed and insured outfitter and is
recommended by Canoe and Kayak Magazine as well as National Geographic's Adventure Magazine as the areas
outfitter to contact!   










Human-Powered Boats (HPBs) will be featured at Birttlebank Park during Charleston Cycle Fest.
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HERE for more info. Or see their website at www.openwatercycling.com


Paddling
October 31st - November 6th 2005
Charleston Cycle Fest
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