Best Kayaking Spots In The US 

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Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska - There's no way to understate this. If you don't mind a little chill, then kayaking in the remote Alaskan wilderness is for you.

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San Juan Islands, Washington - The San Juan Islands in northwestern Washington are places of rugged beauty.

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Colorado River, Arizona - For many people, kayaking the Colorado River is a bucket list item.

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Salmon River, Idaho - Idaho's Salmon River is known as the River of No Return - because of its speed and strong currents, it is very difficult to go back upriver.

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Na Pali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii - For an out-of-this-world tropical experience, all you need is an ocean paddle along Kauai's Na Pali Coast.

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Lake Powell, Utah and Arizona - Many kayakers consider Lake Powell in Utah to be the most beautiful place to paddle in America. It is considered a hidden gem of the South West.

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Mangroves in the Everglades, Florida - If kayaking near gators doesn't scare you, sailing in Florida's wetlands is an activity you should try.

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Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada - The tranquility and crystal-clear waters of Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine lake in North America, make it an ideal kayaking destination.

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