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Paddle the Relay Down the Hooch

Overview

Chattahoochee Parks Conservancy (CPC) and Nantahala Outdoor Center are proud partners in Chattahoochee Riverkeeper’s Relay Down the Hooch, the 17th leg of an incredible 435-mile journey to celebrate Chattahoochee Riverkeeper's 25th Anniversary. This 9-mile paddle is the final section of the CRNRA, which is rich in both natural and human history. See the site where Federal forces outflanked the Confederate Army, Native American sites, and the magnificent Palisades. Pass through Cochran Shoals, Devil’s Race Course Shoals, and Thornton Shoals.

As the relay progresses, the CPC will tell the story of the river and highlight their partners and collaborators who connect with the Chattahoochee in different ways. The complete Relay Down the Hooch route spans 435 river miles and is comprised of more than 35 individual trips. Explore our route and follow our progress with the map below.

Partner(s): Atlanta Junior Rowing Association, Atlanta Rowing Club, Chattahoochee Nature Center, High Country Outfitter, & Shoot the Hooch