Tripping on the Clyde

A trip report from Roger Newell

In the spring of 2010 I took a trip down Clyde river’s Hamilton Branch one of the most scenic trips on the Clyde. It was a warm spring day and the water was at a moderate level. Smoke house falls was not difficult albeit a bit bony. From the falls down to the main river with its continuous currant was a great ride. Then on down the main river past the Lewis lumber road bridge and on to my take out for the day at Bloody Creek. It is a great trip.

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