ERCK Commission Paddling Trips

PARTICIPATE IN ERCK TRAIL COMMISSION GUIDED TRIPS

The ERCK Trail Commission offers several opportunities throughout the year for the general public to participate in paddle trips on the river.  Utilizing their own fleet of kayaks and canoes, ERCK Trail Commission members and their volunteers lead trips of varying length on ERCK Trail sections.  A limited number of spots are available and filled on a first come, first served basis.  All equipment and instruction are provided.  Cost is $25/canoe seat and $35/kayak seat. Number of kayaks and canoes are limited. First come first serve.

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To find out more information about trips and instruction offered by the ERCK Trail Commission, fill out the online form below and someone will contact you via email or phone. 

Did you know?

There are approximately 310 unobstructed river miles from the headwaters in Edgefield and Saluda counties to the Atlantic Ocean.