Kayaking in Rosemont


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  • Sacramento State Aquatic Center
    Since 1981, Sacramento State Aquatic Center has rented fun and educational water vessels to local aquaphiles looking to skitter along the surface of Lake Natoma. Choose from several options for your hour of water-top fun: enjoy the natural landscape at a leisurely pace by cruising out onto the lake in a person-powered canoe, or opt for a tandem or cabo kayak rental for a slightly more X-treme canoe-like experience. If a missed morning spinning class has your legs feeling underworked and lazy, launch onto the lake in a hydro bike and ride over the waves on the pedal-powered pond skimmer.
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    1901 Hazel Ave
    Gold River, CA US
  • Peak Adventures
    Day hikes can cover a variety of locales around the Sierras, including Woods Lake and Grouse Ridge. The basic mountain bike trip can be tailored to both those newly liberated from training wheels and experienced shredders. Those with tenacity to spare (kept in extra jars) might consider joining the Cult of Rock Octopus with the basic rock-climbing course, where they'll find a fittingly challenging introduction to entry-level techniques, knot tying, and belaying (intermediate climbers will have plenty of time to play and build upon their pre-existing skills). Check Peak Adventures' calendar to reserve the next time that works for you, and the friendly adventure specialists will add more excursion dates to accommodate a high volume of Groupon customers.
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    6000 J Street
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Alopex Eco Adventures
    When Jos? Aguilar studied abroad in Argentina, he explored many of South America's nooks and crannies. He went mountain biking through the Andes, hiked the 24-mile Inca Trail from Cusco to Machu Picchu, and tangoed in the clubs of Buenos Aires. Needless to say, he became hooked on travel and began working for various large excursion companies. But when he saw how poorly executed some of the tours were, he decided to open his own company, Alopex Eco Adventures, dedicating himself to helping fellow adventurers make priceless memories. Alopex now whisks travelers to such locales as Yosemite, San Francisco, and Lake Tahoe. Once they get to their destination, explorers might hike a picturesque walking trail, take in city life, or participate in a brewery or winery tour. The tours include transportation in luxury Mercedes Sprinter passenger vans, which are powered by renewable biofuel mixed with the happy tears of whales.
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    926 J Street
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Adventures Pass
    With more than a dozen adrenaline-pumping activities available at discounts of at least 50 percent, the Adventures Pass gives its holders the opportunity to eschew the couch and experience the adventures their local merchants have to offer. With a single pass, customers can get deals on everything from horseback riding and indoor rock climbing to wakeboarding and paragliding, all at companies located within driving or skydiving distance.
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    5114 Madison Ave.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Adventures Pass
    With more than a dozen adrenaline-pumping activities available at discounts of at least 50 percent, the Adventures Pass gives its holders the opportunity to eschew the couch and experience the adventures their local merchants have to offer. With a single pass, customers can get deals on everything from horseback riding and indoor rock climbing to wakeboarding and paragliding, all at companies located within driving or skydiving distance.
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    3443 Laguna Blvd.
    Elk Grove, CA US
  • California River Adventures
    Groups meet at Camp Lotus for a brief orientation and safety prep before the rafting rally down to Lake Folsom begins. Ideal for all skill sets, CRA's program accommodates passengers ages seven and up. The four-hour journey shoves off into a gentle warm-up section of class-II waters to prepare for the gorge's jostling class-III rapids. Fourteen-foot self-bailing rafts equipped with first aid, river-rescue kits, and Coast Guard–approved life jackets safely seat eight passengers plus an expert guide. As a team, the boatload of adventurers navigates the water like a squirrel surfing in a washing machine, punching through white caps and splashing about wavy highs and lows along the 12-mile route. All gear is included, and participants are only required to pack products that make the trip more pleasurable (swimsuit, drinking water in a durable bottle, sunscreen, shoulder-mounted boom-box, and a dry change of clothes).
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    2795 East Bidwell Street
    Folsom, CA US
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