From Pahayokee Overlook to “Main Street”
Shark River Slough .. aka the
“River of Grass”.
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“Too deep for walking and too shallow for boating”.
There is a well known airboat trail known as “Main Street” which runs the length of the largest slough inside of Everglades National Park. This path is not open to the general public for airboating, however it does enable paddlers to transit the length of the famed “River of Grass”. The Shark River Slough runs from the Tamiami Trail down to Bottle Creek at the south end, where navigable water leads eventually connect to the Canepatch backcountry campsite. The purpose of this trip was to to try and connect to Main Street from the Pahayokee Overlook, as a shorter alternate route to get to Canepatch!
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Pahayokee to Main Street – Probing into the middle of Shark River Slough.
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