Raft The Guadalupe River, QuickTrip One: Miles 1 Through 6
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The Must-Have Travel Planning Guide for
Rafting or Floating the lower Guadalupe River
Two hundred thousand visitors travel to the lower Guadalupe River's water recreation paradise year-round. The twenty river miles from Canyon Dam to Gruene, Texas (just outside of New Braunfels) are a magnet in attracting visitors from across the world.
Enjoy fishing in one of America’s 100 Best Trout Streams by floating the river in a raft. Anglers have the option to in the cool waters or float the prime waters stocked with trout each winter.
Tubing is second only to trout fishing. Sitting atop an inner tube and floating downriver in the clear and cold waters is enjoyed by hundreds of thousands each summer.
Raft The Guadalupe River is the only eBook or book of its kind. The books are packed with hundreds of images that showcase the river. Lean back in your chair to explore each mile.
Image galleries illustrate how to navigate the weirs (dams), waterfalls, rapids, riffles, and runs. Image galleries illuminate geographic features on approach and on departure. Interactive maps identify key places of interest. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the hundreds of pictures in each eBook describe the river’s important places.
This section of the Guadalupe River has very little public access. The river channel is public between the banks but the banks are predominately private property. The eBooks describe how to access the river.
River guides and outfitters can help create a positive river experience. Each book provides visitor information on guides and outfitters, campgrounds and rv’s, lodging, tube/kayak/canoe/raft rentals, live music and restaurants.
Plan your trip using one of the four Raft The Guadalupe River QuickTrip eBooks including this book.
Raft The Guadalupe River, QuickTrip One:
Miles 1 Through 6
Canyon Dam to the Weir #4 (just below the Rio Guadalupe Resort)
This trip covers Miles 1 through 6 and takes approximately three and one-half hours to complete.
The remaining three eBooks in the group include,
Raft The Guadalupe River, QuickTrip Two:
Miles 6 Through 8 (in production)
Rio Guadalupe Resort/4th Crossing to the Lazy L&L Campground.
This trip covers the last of part of Mile 6 through Mile 8 and takes approximately two and one-half hours to complete.
Raft The Guadalupe River, QuickTrip Three:
Miles 9 Through 14 (in production)
Lazy L&L Campground to Bezdek’s Rentals .
This trip covers the last of Mile 9 through part of Mile 14 and takes approximately 3 hours to complete.
Raft The Guadalupe River, QuickTrip Four:
Miles 14 Through 20 (in production)
Bezdek’s Rentals to Rockin “R” in Gruene.
This trip covers the last of Mile 14 through most of Mile 20 and takes approximately four hours to complete.
Each ebook is updated with seasonal and new information throughout the year, much like an app. Updates are free.
It’s never too late to Raft The Guadalupe River
Raft the Guadalupe River
Beautiful -- on so many levels!
As a native Texan, it is wonderful to have this historical information about one our state's treasures; as an artist, it is a visual must see; as an adventurer, it makes me want to pack-up and go -- with the knowledge of what to expect, how much time to budget, where to stop, resources along the way. However, if I never leave my sofa, this eBook allowed me to feel I've rafted the Guadalupe!
Thank you, thank you!
Looking forward to sequels and perhaps seasonal trips!
Sue Jacobson Bailey
Raft the Guadalupe
Great layout and beautiful pictures. Very informative. Allows me to visualize my trip before I arrive