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Lowcountry Paddlers Officers
Lowcountry Paddlers Officers
by Ralph Earhart
About Ralph Earhart
Kayaking with Ralph Earhart
- I am not an outdoors-type person by any stretch of the imagination.
My husband recently started kayaking and I had read very good reviews of Ralph Earhart
on here, so I told him to set something up.
We did a 3 hour trip on the Edisto River/through rice fields/ending on Penny Creek.
I had never been kayaking before and was pretty nervous but I was at ease as soon as I met Ralph
I loved the trip.
It was a highlight of the vacation.
I saw things I never would have seen otherwise.
It was very "serene" also as Ralph
Ralph is a member of the LowCountry Paddlers who has taken on extra duties as Treasurer and Trip Planning Committee Chairman.
I am glad to know Ralph
not only as a fellow paddler, but as a good friend as well!
It's hard to imagine a better guide to all the fantastic paddling routes in and around Charleston than the first edition of Kayak Charleston
, but Ralph
has outdone himself this time by catering to all the gadget lovers out there.
The updated version of this great guidebook now has GPS locations for many of the guide's featured trips.
Now there is precise direction to your favorite paddling spot even when that "red on green marker in the middle of the Edisto" is missing or one of our many hurricanes comes along and removes the large tree you once used to find your favorite lunch spot!
Thanks again, Ralph
, for providing an ever increasing population of LowCountry outdoor enthusiasts the maps, tips and tricks for which to enjoy a wonderful paddling adventure!
Ralph Earhart, the author of ...
Ralph Earhart, the author of Kayak Charleston and chairman of the planning committee for Lowcountry Paddlers, the largest paddling club in South Carolina, said his group was excited about the project.
'It will open up this section of the Ashley River for easy access for paddlers,' Earhart
, 62, said. 'I live in Charlestowne Estates, and it takes me three minutes to get down there.
The West Ashley population has lots of kayakers.'
said the current landing was not designed for parking and that there are huge ruts in the dirt road underneath the bridge.
Many kayakers are afraid to leave their cars unattended in the area to go on trips.
'We're hoping that when it's done there will be police patrols,' Earhart
Ralph Earhart is a longtime ...
Ralph Earhart is a longtime kayak guide in Charleston who sometimes starts trips at Charleston County's Bulow Landing on Rantowles Creek.
The Bulow Landing is on a quiet curve in Rantowles Creek that's particularly popular with kayakers in the winter, said Earhart
, author of "Kayak Charleston" and trip planning chairman of Lowcountry Paddlers
"It's a nice place to get in and do a short trip and be sheltered from the wind," he