River Moriston release dates [2009]

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River Moriston release dates [2009]

Post by neilfarmer » Thu Jul 09, 2009 11:46 pm

River Moriston release dates can be found on this thread on the SCA site.
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Re: River Moriston release dates [2009]

Post by neilfarmer » Fri Aug 28, 2009 11:47 pm

Now posted below:

This is information from the SCA Access committee, given to us from SEPA and kindly extracted from the SEPA document by Charlie Wood. In future years, it is hoped that we will get this information out to paddlers at the beginning of the release cycle, but we are very pleased to have made progress from previous years.

Awe (Awe Barrage)
16th May - 19th Sep, Saturday through Sunday; 21:00 - 09:00

Exceptions:
Sun 20th Sep: 09:00 - 21:00 (replaces 12th Sep)
Sun 18th Oct: 09:00 - 21:00 (replaces 19th Sep)


Garry (Invergarry)
Sat 11th Jul
Wed 15th Jul
Thu 23rd Jul
Sat 25th Jul
Thu 30th Jul
Sun 2nd Aug
Fri 7th Aug
Thu 13th Aug
Thu 20th Aug
Thu 26th Aug
Thu 3rd Sep
Thu 10th Sep
Sun 13th Sep
Fri 18th Sep
Sat 19th Sep
Thu 24th Sep
Thu 1st Oct
Wed 7th Oct
Thu 15th Oct
Thu 22nd Oct
Fri 30th Oct

10:00 - 18:30
(rising, 08:00 - 10:00, falling 18:30 - 04:30)


Tummel (Dunalastair)
Three day releases, either Mon - Wed or Wed - Fri.

Mon 13th Jul
Wed 22nd Jul
Mon 3rd Aug
Wed 12th Aug
Mon 24th Aug
Wed 2nd Sep
Mon 14th Sep
Wed 23rd Sep
Mon 5th Oct
Wed 14th Oct
Mon 26th Oct
Wed 4th Oct

15:30 Day 1 - 14:00 Day 3
(rising 14:00 - 15:30 Day 1, falling 14:00 - 15:30 Day 3)


Tummel (Clunie)
Weekend release, Friday through Monday.

1st Jun - 30th Sep
16:00 Fri - 08:00 Mon.


Morriston (Dundreggan)
Weekly release, Tuesday through Wednesday.

1st May - 18th October
13:00 Tue - 08:30 Wed
(rising 12:00 Tue - 13:00 Tue, falling 0830 Wed - 16:50 Wed)

Exceptions:on 20th Sep: day release (replaces 15/16 Sep)
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