The Water of Lake Ewauna

Lake Ewauna is the beginning of the Klamath River.  Fed by Link River from Upper Klamath Lake and controlled by the release of water from Keno Dam 18 miles downstream, Lake Ewauna stays at a constant level throughout the year.  Except for the occasional storm days the prevailing wind blows from the north and allows for rowing virtually every day that temperature allows.  In December and January days are limited by ice, but from February to Halloween, we can row everyday. Our racecourse follows the deepest part of our lake with a depth of 2.5 meters to 10 meters. Lake Ewauna allows 2200 meters of rowing and flows into the Klamath River which allows us to row 28 km downstream to Keno Oregon

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