ECC is easy peasy to get in and out of. Lower Lower Chevelon...well, you just have to follow my directions, go to the bridge, look over and see if it will float a boat, then go to the place where you can put in, which is downstream from the bridge, via a dirt road. My GPS route should help. The bad part is that the little lake is actually a lot longer than what you can paddle, but due to an old log jam you can go only partway up. Got any dynamite?
And then there is the main Chevelon Lake. I have an inflatable kayak that fits in a duffel bag, which I plan to lash to an old aluminum backpack frame, and hike the boat down to the lake, then go back for the rest of the gear. This shenanigan has been on my list for a long time. Now that I have moved back to Arizona (from Oregon) I can plan it.
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