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Kayaking is a beautiful way to see Lake Tahoe. Cruising around Emerald Bay or Fannette Island is an exciting way to spend your day. Additionally, there are numerous small rivers to float or paddle and the whitewater of the American River is only a short drive away. If you're planning on buying a kayak you should know whether you'll be spending most of your time on a lake or in whitewater, because the two types are quite different. Whitewater kayaks tend to be much shorter than their still water counterparts. Basically, this means when you take a whitewater kayak on to the lake it won't hold a straight line like a longer thinner boat so you'll spend more time correcting.




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