Brennan’s Wave Missoula

March 9, 2009 by · 2 Comments 

Brennan's Wave viewed from the Kim Williams Trail Missoula
Brennan’s Wave viewed from the other side of the Clark Fork on the Kim Williams Trail Missoula.

Brennan’s Wave was built to create a play spot for kayakers right next to Caras Park in downtown Misssoula on the Clark Fork.  It is a man made engineered whitewater playpool.

Brennan’s Wave is named after Brennan Guth a local Missoulian that was very active in the Msla Kayaking community.  He died in Chile in 2001.

There is a nice overlook for watching the Kayakers play.  This playpool was designed to work at the different water flows that the river has during the different seasons.  This $300,000 project has been a great addition to the Missoula Downtown.  From early spring almost until the cold ices up the river you will find people enjoying this great little watering hole.

This is a quick Video of Brennan’s Wave.

Brennans Wave1
Brennans Wave2
Brennans Wave Sculpture

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