Tracks to Kayaks Trips are not available in 2017 due to repairs being made to the tracks.

For other options, check out Liquid Fusion Kayaking's dry and mild family friendly - Noyo Meander, evening wildlife watching - Sunset Bird Paddle ,or our wet and wild ocean kayaking adventures - Whitewater of the Sea.

Ride the skunk train through the redwoods and then enjoy a peaceful paddle on the Noyo River.

Tracks to Kayaks - A Wilderness Adventure Mendocino County Style!

Tracks to Kayaks is a unique way to explore the redwoods of the Noyo River Valley.  Ride the Skunk Train from Fort Bragg to Northspur.  On the return from Northspur, disembark from the train to kayak 2.5 miles on the Noyo River Estuary back to Fort Bragg.

The DETAILS:

The Skunk Train departs at 10am from the Depot in Fort Bragg.  Participants enjoy a scenic trip into the redwoods with a lunch and turn around stop at Northspur.  Participants can purchase lunch at Northspur.

On the return trip, the train stops before its last crossing of the Noyo River.  Tracks to Kayaks participants are greeted there by their kayak guide (Cate or Jeff).  A quick paddle lesson is then followed by a 2.5 mile leisurely paddle down the Noyo River to Dolphin Isle.  While paddling, learn about the wildlife and ecology of the Noyo River watershed.  The 2.5 miles takes approximately 1.5 hours and is then followed by a shuttle ride back to the train depot.

This is a dry and mild kayak tour in tandem kayaks.  No experience is necessary.  Children must be 8 years of age to participate.  Individuals with special needs should contact Liquid Fusion Kayaking about accommodations before purchasing tickets.  Pets are not permitted on this trip.

Participants must make reservations by 2pm the day prior to the trip.  Space is limited so early registration is recommended.  Tickets are $133/person and $108/child (ages 8-12).

Tickets are purchased through the Skunk Train.  Here's a link for reservations.