Float the Rivers Online
Enjoy the rivers from your screen.
Canyon Lake’s Water Oriented Recreation District (WORD), Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) and Guadalupe Trout Unlimited (GTRU) created this floating picture-tour of the Guadalupe river from Canyon Lake down to New Braunfels.
The tour is interactive, with locations tagged for recreation opportunities, fishing, and points of interest. Viewers can pan 360 degrees, zoom in, or even set it as a running slideshow.
To access the tour, click here.
To ride the Gruene rapids on the Guadalupe, click here.
To take a virtual tour of the Comal River, click here.
Curious as to what happens it floods in the region? Check out this canoe wrapped around the upper branches of a tree on the Guadalupe River by clicking the down arrow twice.
To enjoy some of the other rivers mapped by FishViews, click here.
The video was created by Wimberley-based Fishviews.com, whose virtual reality platform begins with data collection services on the water using 360 HD Panoramic cameras, mobile LiDAR and GIS survey solutions.
According to the company’s website, FishViews allows viewers to navigate rivers, coasts and shores from their computer or mobile device – revolutionizing the way people gather, analyze and communicate location-based data from waterways.
FishViews Internet of Waterways promotes science, conservation and recreaation.
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