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A River Runs to It
A Rivanna River journey, 6.5 miles in in 3 minutes
Charlottesville Tomorrow | Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 11:16 p.m.

As research for future stories about the Rivanna River corridor, Charlottesville Tomorrow set out on Wednesday to explore a 6.5 mile stretch of the Rivanna River from the base of the South Fork Dam to Darden Towe Park.  We were guided by local paddlers John Holden & Aaron Hammer.  Charlottesville Tomorrow's team included Tim Shea & Brian Wheeler. 

This 3 minute video captures a spectacular day of paddling on a truly amazing natural resource.

We want to give special thanks to Blue Ridge Mountain Sports and the Rivanna Conservation Society for assisting with this project.

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