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Sat, Aug 17


Weber County

Canoeing - Causey Reservoir, Huntsville (Intro Clinic)

Registration closes Aug 10, 2024, 9:00 AM

Canoeing - Causey Reservoir, Huntsville (Intro Clinic)
Canoeing - Causey Reservoir, Huntsville (Intro Clinic)

Time & Location

Aug 17, 2024, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Weber County, Causey Reservoir, Utah 84317, USA


About the event

*This is a lottery event. You will be notified on May 8th if you got in. If you are on the waiting list, you will be notified as spots open up.

Itinerary -

Carpooling - 8 am (1 1/2 hr drive)

Trailhead - 10 am

Arrive and prep at marina - 10-1030 am

Canoe - 1030-130 pm

Home - 3pm

Directions - Put in/take out - Causey Reservoir, Huntsville

Cost - Canoe Rental $10-20 (with 3 ladies per canoe)

Activity -

Canoe Causey Reservoir - beautiful reservoir with three branches to explore. Nestled up at the top of the South Fork of the Ogden River, Causey Reservoir is a fascinating, cozy paddle for anyone looking for a nice day trip. The reservoir at 5,700-foot elevation with a smooth 140-acre area was formed by the creation of a dam. Much of the water comes from snowmelt that makes it a cool escape during hot summers. However, its most beautiful feature is its towering cliffs. Paddling down the walls of the canyons that climb to more than 100 feet allow a moment in quiet serenity. 

Additionally, there are places to stop and hike. No powerboats are allowed so the calm water is only disturbed by the wind. Because it is at the end of a canyon, that can be frequent. In addition, the three different fingers of this small reservoir. In early Spring the put-in is a simple park and paddle. However, as summer drains the reservoir, a steep portage down a gravel-covered shore is required. Parking exists by the dam and near the Boy Scout camp. Trip Report

Gear - Thin T-shirt, thin long-sleeve shirt, fleece, rain jacket, shorts or hiking pants, running shoes or sandals, swimming suit, 2 L water bottles, snacks, small backpack/drybag, sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, BINOCULARS, first aid kit. Canoe, paddles, life jackets are provided.

Rent - BYU Outdoor - $25 canoe/day

UVU Outdoor Adventure Center - $30 canoe/day

Guide: Lisa Jones 661-510-7239

Base Commander: Emily Hacken 801-860-4591

Registration closes Aug 10, 2024, 9:00 AM

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