Boats that do not need a license
We started our journey by land and bicycle due to the lack of navigable waterways in the north of Jujuy. The altimeter read 3600 meters above sea level, something we were not used to. There was not much acclimatization, we loaded the kayaks, hitched the carts to the bikes and set off along route 9 southwards in search of the Bermejo River.
It was a tough 15 days, up and down the hills and without oxygen at the beginning. The first day was the worst, the average speed did not exceed 10 kilometers per hour. The first sensation when leaving La Quiaca was that of not being able to move the wagons, which were not very light, probably over 110 kilos. The outlook was gray, but the car was running well, the wheels were holding and reaching the Bermejo was the goal at all costs. We would reach the ceiling on the third day at 3800 meters and from then on we did nothing but descend uncontrolled at speeds that sometimes exceeded 70 kilometers per hour. One problem that immediately presented itself was the premature wear of the tires of the cars. Because of the weight and alignment we ran out of tires on two of the three cars only three days after departure. Of course, punctures were more than frequent. We only had two spare tires and no bike shop in sight. We solved it by rotating tires and refilling them with pieces of used inner tube.
Permiso para kayak
Río Lerez, dos líneas:Centro por la vena que apunta a derecha. Cuidado con la contra que te mete detrás de la cascada. La línea es relativamente fácil pero la recepción es complicada. Derecha a por el autoboof. Complicado pillar el punto exacto. Si lo pillas partes con ventaja por que la orientación es derecha centro y en la recepción estás ya saliendo.
En la costa oeste de España encontramos la región de Galicia que es el mejor lugar para remar en el invierno europeo. Viajamos desde Gohian, a orillas del Miño hasta el Parque Nacional de Peneda – Geres . Tomamos la carretera que nos llevaría hasta los 1000m de altitud, donde encontramos el pueblo de Castro Laboreiro . Estamos en una aldea rural donde el ganado se pasea tranquilamente por la calle.Intentando remar los dos tramos llegamos temprano y a las 10 de la mañana estábamos en la entrada del río. El Castro es un río tallado en la roca que no tiene mayor complicación, con un caudal alto y unos sifones en el tramo medio que obligan a tener en cuenta, encontramos 2 porteos en el tramo superior y un porteo más después de los 3 saltos clásicos. Aqui tenemos algunas fotos de Ladislav Dzembis , Jakub y Nacho Belt .
A private trip requires the permit holder to assemble a team of people with sufficient river experience as well as get the equipment and arrange for food, transportation in and out of the river, first aid kit, a permit that covers up to a total of 16 participants per descent….
The most popular departure point is Diamond Creek 225 miles from Lee’s ferry, this trip can be done comfortably in 14-15 days of private expedition, for us being winter, the shortest and coldest day required 17 days.
In our luggage is a good sleeping bag with a good mat, we sleep in tents, although some choose the thousand stars hotel for sunrise when the stars disappear in the blue sky.
To travel the river in summer is to have sunny and very hot days, but in winter the day is short and the sun does not heat in some places. So it is important to look for a beach with a good orientation with respect to the sun, if possible.
On the way we recover strength with some cookies and something else and once in the camping place, we eat at ease. After dinner and by the fire, a place for chatting, games of chance, tricks and so on, we comment on the day. And we prepare the logistics of the next day.
Inflatable Kayak Permit Required
In this section you will find information on how to register your boat in Oregon, requirements, learn about the boating laws and regulations in this state, how you are contributing to the environment and more information.
All motorized vessels, regardless of length or type, must be registered in Oregon. Sailboats 12 feet in length or longer must also register. Registration and title fees and marine gasoline taxes go to support boating facilities, marine patrols and boating safety education.
All vessels powered by a machine, including gasoline, diesel and electric engines, and navigating primarily in Oregon waters, must be titled and registered by the OSMB. Documented U.S. Coast Guard vessels must also be registered with the OSMB if they are classified as recreational.
When you register your boat or obtain an Oregon fishing license, you are helping to protect, and enhance boating and the sport of recreational fishing today and for future generations of anglers.