On the Catawba River below the Lake Wylie dam, water levels (or “lower,” perhaps, since the river is dam controlled and thus doesn’t get that low) the rocks that dot the river make for some fun Class I paddling. But when the water is up, it’s time to grab the playboat for some Class III fun! Don’t be intimidated, though: of this 31-mile run of the Catawba, the more challenging portion is its 18-mile midsection; if you live in Charlotte and have a hankerin’ for a more mellow paddle, the six miles from the Fort Mill Access just below the dam down to River Park should do the trick. Nice whitewater close to town.
I’m loving the fabric of this super soft hoodie. I never want to take it off!
These moderately priced insoles are a great upgrade for any hiking shoe.
I wear my Arizona’s ALL the time. I can’t wait to get a new color this Spring!
This is such a good value. A lightweight 1 person tent for a great price. I like it for solo missions to fish or for section hikes on the AT. With social distancing a thing, bringing your own tent on a trip with buddies makes a lot of sense.
I love these and wear them around for everything from a walk around the neighborhood to a quick workout and anything in between.