Students will learn how to read and understand the hydrology of a river, basic paddle strokes, lean and angle of the boat and will have the opportunity to practice in solo and tandem canoes.
At the end of this course, you will be able to assess a river in regards of its hazards and will know how to paddle your canoe in easy whitewater. You will also know how to rescue other canoes in whitewater and how to treat all related equipment including how to tie down canoes to trailers.
|Required Course Materials||
Personal items as per COLT Clothing and Equipment List
3 Days (24 hours)
|Methods of Student Evaluation||
Ongoing assessment by instructors
COLT was my starting point to be an outdoor educator. The COLT experience has been my backbone.