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Stockton Island Club adventure trip June 17-20, 2021

Thursday, June 17, 2021, 7:00 AM until Sunday, June 20, 2021, 5:00 PM
Launch from Trek and Trail at Bayfield, WI Meet at 7 am launch by 9 am. Group site A on Stockton Is
Bayfield, WI  
Additional Info:
Dan Morrison
Linda White
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Available Slots:
No Fee
Trip Facilitators – Linda White, Dan Morrison Sign-up is limited to 7 paddlers. If you would love to explore the depths of the Apostle Islands, this trip is for you. We will depart from Bayfield, paddling the 14 miles to Stockton Island, setting up a base camp at the group site, and venturing out on daily day trips. You will have several choices as to where we will go including going to sea caves, sea stacks, a tombolo with its associated lagoon, a beautiful beach with it’s famous “singing sands), the lighthouse on Michigan Island, and several other possible choices. There is even great hiking opportunities such as to the tombolo and the beach mentioned above, and to an old quarry where some of the famous brown stone buildings in Chicago obtained their building materials. If you like a little more challenging trip into the Apostles and want to see some great geology, this is the trip for you. The trip will be 4 days and 3 nights. The trip is aimed at people who have been previously been on Lake Superior or other body of water the same size or larger. Paddlers should be comfortable in conditions up to Level 4 according to ISK trip guidelines. If there are any questions or you need clarifications on what these conditions are, please contact Dan Morrison. Contact information is in the ISK directory. Minimum skill requirements: • Must be able to do a wet exit outdoors • Must be able to do a self-rescue outdoors (paddle float, re-enter and roll, etc) • Must be able to do at least one assisted rescue outdoors (rescuer and rescuee) • Paddle at 3-3.5 mph for one hour (i.e. the time it takes to cross from island to island) • Paddle 15 miles in a day (with breaks) • Paddle in Level 2 conditions (see above). Minimum Gear Requirements • Sea Kayak (16 ft or longer) with spray skirt, bulkheads (or float bags), and deck lines • 2 paddles • PF