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Old 10-06-2011   #1
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Anyone know of a good destination for a multiday paddling/climbing trip?

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El Cap and S Fork Merced Link up - looks unreal and I believe would take most way more than 24 hours.

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Scroll down and click on "The Link Up" - unreal to do either in 24 hours let alone both.

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Old 10-06-2011   #3
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......multiday climb and boof......

.....don't know what your skill level is but......BLACK CANYON offers both....boofs and walls.....multiday water and multiday rock same spot.....but be careful on the river and on the walls.....both have a scetchy reputation but both provide that special feeling.....milo
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You've got the sickbird loop in your backyard.

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It's not multi-day, and it's not flowing right now, but Elevenmile Canyon has good III/IV whitewater capped by V's, and an endless amount of climbing. There is a guide book just to Elevenmile, and it's like 500 pages...
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You might give us more details about what you're looking for. Tons of destinations are good for that as the same geology that makes good boating often makes for good climbing.

I'd say Squamish would be the ultimate option in North America. Sierra Nevada would have plenty of options as well.
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if im not mistaken i believe the Owhyee River has a good amount of climbing on it

Multi-day raft trip that isnt too hard, and i think one section goes through (help me Eastern Oregonians) whats called "Smith Rock" State Park? which i want to say is a popular climbing area

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New River Gorge, WV

Royal Gorge and Shelf Road

Eldo and Eldo

Escalante and Escalante

Tallulah gorge and tallulah gorge

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Yes CGM that would be a HUGE link up! if were talking Sierra monsters now how about Grand Canyon Tuolumne/ Hetch Hetchy Dome/ not go to jail for doing it.
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I was thinking a week long trip with some friends, but this would be for spring break 2012. Anyone know of the river flows during that time?

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