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Your usage of the information on this site is subject to the following terms. Paddling and water sports are inherently risky. The sole responsibility for safety lies with you.

In short, if you get hurt while paddling, whether or not it's a result of using information from this website, it's your own damned fault.

River paddling and water sports, at certain times, can be a potentially life-threatening sport. Know your ability, know the risks, and partake informed. While we may post information informing the public of specific risks and or ability levels, in no way should this be construed as a recommendation to you personally.

PaddleTX and its affiliates in no way take responsibility for your actions as a result of usage of the information on or linked to by this website.

We recommend a general respect to all properties, public and private. Paddling is a risky business; understand these risks. Respect private property and do not trespass (you have a right to scout and portage). Understand your experience level and the level needed for a particular river section. Do not go until you are prepared or have someone who is qualified with you.

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"Rule #1. Open side up.
Rule #2. Hands off the gunwales
Rule #3. Paddle in the water."

Jeff Pine
Board Member, TRPA

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