Location is approximate. Trip coordinator will provide exact meeting place and time.
Location of Take-Out Address: Paradise Valley Rd, Stroud Township, PA 41.068074,-75.219755 Minimum Water Flow Level: 2 feet- gauge is Brodhead Creek near Analomink, PA Maximum [...]
Croton is a short run convenient to the NY suburbs for many of our members. It really isn't class 3 at normal levels, but has several dams and a rocky stretch that are normally run and present hazards
Deerfield, Monroe Bridge (Dryway)
The Dryway is for better or worse the definition of a class 4 in our area. With frequent releases in a beautiful area, it's as good as spot as any to step up and a great place to practice moves. But don't let it's popularity full you...nearly every major rapid has had serious injuries. This is no place for shaky skills or a sometimes roll.
Garfield Boys and Girls Club Pool
Our beautiful pool. Enter thru the door that says the pool entrance is further along the ramp with your clean boat and equipment. Spacious locker rooms are thru the doors to the right of the bleachers.
Housatonic River Bulls Bridge
This is a frequently run section with a solid class 4 start. Details are on bullsbridge.info . At higher levels there are a number of bad holes, so this section should not be attempted without a good guide or mad skills.
Ken Lockwood Gorge (South Branch of the Raritan River)
A flow-dependent boulder garden in between Califon and High Bridge in Lebanon Township, New Jersey. At lower levels, it is a technical Class II river. At higher levels, it is mostly waves and holes. Be on the lookout for strainers, especially near the two islands.
The Lehigh is a great beginning whitewater river with frequent and well attended summer releases. River Classification *II – III
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