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Rivers near Redding

Cal Salmon River Kayaking
 »  Nordheimer Flat Campground to Butler Creek
 »  Butler Creek to Oak Bottom
Klamath River Kayaking
 »  Middle Klamath Kayaking
 »  Scott River to Happy Camp
 »  Happy Camp Kayaking
 »  Ikes Falls Run Kayaking
Rogue River Kayaking
 »  Gold Nugget Run Kayaking
 »  Hellgate Area Run Kayaking
 »  Wilderness Run Kayaking
Sacramento River Kayaking
 »  Dunsmuir to Castle Crags
 »  Sims Flat to Lake Shasta
Scott River Kayaking
 »  Scott Canyon Kayaking
Smith River Kayaking
 »  Main - Gasquet to South Fork Confluence
 »  North Fork - Low Divide Road to Middle Fork Conflu
 »  South Fork - South Fork Road Bridge to Smith River
Trinity River Kayaking
 »  Pigeon Point Kayaking
 »  Burnt Ranch Gorge Kayaking
 
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Redding California River Running Guide

Weather for Redding California Forecast

Redding is the second sunniest city in the Nation, with 88-percent sunshine days! With its great shopping, variety of restaurants, and plenty of hotel rooms, Redding is the perfect base camp for your Northern California adventure. Redding also offers miles of trails, abundant parks and open space, and great attractions like Turtle Bay Exploration Park and the Big League Dreams Sports Park.

Natural attractions abound in the region surrounding Redding. Mt. Lassen, rising 10,457 feet above sea level, is visible to the east. Snowcapped Mt. Shasta, visible to the north, towers over 14,000 feet above sea level. Other local attractions include:

  • Lake Shasta Caverns
  • Lassen Volcanic National Park (approximately an hours drive to the east on Route 44)
  • Shasta State Historic Park (3 miles west on Route 299)
  • Paul Bunyan's Forest Camp
  • Camden House & El Dorado Mine (15 miles west on Route 299)
  • Lake Shasta (15 miles north on I-5)
  • Whiskeytown Lake (about 8 miles west on Route 299)
 
 

Paddlesports Schools:

Otter Bar Lodge Kayak School
Located in:
Forks of Salmon, CA

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