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Klamath River Access Guide

From Road to River's Edge

Jill Livingston and
Kathryn Golden

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river at Klamathon bridge
  • Swim, fish, boat, mine, picnic, explore.

  • Find your spot with ease, from well-known to local favorites.

  • 102 Pages, including map, photos and illustrations. $10.00 (list price $11.00).

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Klamath River Access Guide, From Road to River's Edge tells where and how to recreate along 150 miles of California's middle Klamath River, for a few hours or a few days. This Wild and Scenic river is the state's second largest river. It traverses an uncrowded part of northwestern California, just a few hours from San Francisco or Portland.

The authors are long time residents of the area. They extensively explored the road and river while researching their book, as well as consulting fishing and rafting guides and other local experts.

The book contains a list of local services and campgrounds, numerous photos and nature illustrations and includes tidbits of local history.

Karuk center of the world.~ Piles of mine tailings, Cayuse.~ Bear prints.~ Below Iron Gate Dam.~ Receiving instructions at Indian Creek.~ Reflections at Orleans.~ A friendly bullfrog.~ Swimming beach at Coon Creek.