Welcome to Huron104, the official Huron River Water Trail Register
Here, the names of those that have traversed the entire length of the 104-mile Huron River Water Trail are recorded for posterity. The Huron River offers adventures for paddlers of any skill level. Paddling the entire water trail from Proud Lake State Recreation Area to Lake Erie requires dedication and perseverance. It’s a tremendous accomplishment of the spirit and body.
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The Huron River Water Trail is a project of the Huron River Watershed Council. HRWC hopes that Finishers will share the joy of their experience and the triumph of their accomplishment with others to inspire them to explore the beautiful Huron River and support its protection.
Fill out the information form below to be added to the official Huron River Water Trail Register.
Trail Register of Finishers
|Paddler Name||Date Completed||Completion Approach||Hometown|
|Brian Ottum||9/18/2016||Section Paddle||Saline, Michigan|
|Kenneth Lindsey||5/13/2021||Section Paddle||Warren, Michigan|
|Jake Lindquist||6/27/2021||Thru-paddle||Ypsilanti, Michigan|
|Tim Troutner||6/27/2021||Thru-paddle||Ypsilanti, Michigan|
|Ashley Hill||7/26/2022||Section Paddle||Forest, Virginia|
|Dave Moran||10/16/2022||Section Paddle||Ann Arbor, Michigan|
|Kris Olsson||10/16/2022||Section Paddle||Ann Arbor, Michigan|
|Kate Tomasik||10/22/2022||Section Paddle||West Bloomfield, Michigan|
|Marci Augenstein||10/22/2022||Section Paddle|
|Joel Greenwold||10/30/2022||Section Paddle||Detroit, Michigan|
Huron River Water Trail Finishers are recognized on the honor system. By filling out the information below, paddlers claim they have satisfied the following rules for official completion of the trail:
- Paddlers must paddle at least 100 of the 104-mile designated trail route in a single year.
- Paddlers can paddle the river in sections or continuously, in either direction.
- Paddlers must complete the water trail entirely under their own power, or under the power of other paddlers in the same boat.
- Camping along the river is not required to claim completion by continuous through-paddle, but you must start where you left off on the previous day of paddling. Paddlers that complete a continuous paddle will be recognized specifically for their achievement.
- Completing the water trail in sections only requires that you complete the length of the water trail in a single year, starting with the beginning date of the first paddle counted toward the achievement.
- Paddlers must complete the water trail under their own power, or under the power of other paddlers in the same boat.
- Paddlers that have completed the water trail in past years may retroactively fill out the information below to be added to the register.