Rich in history and scenic beauty, the Chippewa River is navigable for most of its length from the Holcombe Flowage to the Mississippi River. The 40-mile stretch below the dam at Eau Claire is generally gentle to moderate with adequate flow. Water levels are occassionally subject to rapid fluctuation and random portages may be necessary in dry weather or late on Sundays when dams are drawn-up. Access is available at road crossings and developed landings. The last twelve miles run through the 13,000-acre Tiffany Wildlife Area.
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