Schuylkill River Sojourn
Last week of exclusive
General registration opens April 15
The 2013 Sojourn Theme is
The Schuylkill During the Civil War
June 1-7, 2013
New this year!! During the first two weeks in April we are accepting registrations from full-trip registrants only. This is being done to ensure that people who wish do the full trip don’t miss out on the first two days, which fill up very quickly. Registration for all other participants will open April 15!
For the first time this year we are offering online registration. You can register online by visiting http://www.regonline.com/15thschuylkillriversojourn. After you register online, you will still need to download several waivers and medical forms that must be filled out and mailed in with original signatures. Links to these forms will be available on your registration confirmation form. They can also be found on our website at www.schuylkillriver.org/sojourn/aspx.
If you do not wish to register online, you can download a registration form here and mail or fax it to us.
For more information, a general itinerary for each day, or to view photos of past sojourns click here or call the Schuylkill River Heritage Area at 484-945-0200.
Our 2013 Sojourn outfitter is Doug Chapman, owner of Take it Outdoors Adventure Group. Our guides will once again be Alan and Betsy Quant from Canoe Susquehanna.
The Schuylkill River Sojourn is a 7-day, 112-mile guided paddle from Schuylkill Haven to Boathouse Row in Philadelphia that is organized annually by the Schuylkill River Heritage Area. Participants can register for one day or the entire week.
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