內容簡介 Anchored by two stunning national parks, sprinkled with glistening lakes set against snow-capped mountains, and carved by dozens of Class I, II, and III rivers, Montana is a stand up paddling paradise. And, in many ways, stand up paddle boards are perfectly suited to Montana, facilitating everything from hike-in-only access points to road-serviced whitewater runs to multi-day expeditions on some of America's wildest rivers. Combining detailed logistics, captivating cultural and natural history, and SUP-specific information, Stand Up Paddling Montana will provide all the details a paddle boarder would need for safely enjoying the state's rivers and lakes. Each entry includes a basic map detailing access points, accompanied by color photos. This guide also detaisl logistics for multi-day trips, both lake- and river-based, and discusses the transportability of SUPs for ultimate Montana adventuring.
作者介紹 Greg M. Peters has been standup paddling Montana's rivers and lakes since 2010. His experience includes multi-day expedition paddling on lakes and rivers, day-paddles on flatwater, and Class II-IV whitewater runs across the state. He has written SUP stories for national and regional magazines and websites, including National Parks magazine, Big Sky Journal, Outside Bozeman, NRS.com, and OARS.com.