Paddling Tennessee

A Guide to 38 of the State's Greatest Paddling Adventures

Book Description

Tennessee truly has something for every paddler, whether float trips down dark water trails of swamp rivers or kayaking excursions along whitewater streams. Paddling Tennessee describes the best and most accessible routes, thirty-eight classics in all, including Reelfoot Lake and the Hatchie River in the west; the Volunteer State’s contribution to great rivers of the world—the Duck; and the crown jewel of Southern Appalachian paddling destinations—the Hiwassee River. Carefully chosen to suit most beginning to intermediate paddlers, each route provides access to wilderness for city residents and visitors alike.

About Molloy, Johnny

Johnny Molloy is an outdoor writer based in Tennessee. He has averaged over one hundred nights in the wild per year since the early 1980s, backpacking and canoe camping throughout the country, in nearly every state. The result of his efforts are numerous books, including hiking guides to Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee as well as tent camping guides to Colorado, Wisconsin, Tennessee, the Carolinas, Georgia, and the Smokies. He continues to write and travel extensively to all four corners of the United States, endeavoring in a variety of outdoor pusuits. For the latest on Molloy, visit www.johnnymolloy.com.