Sun, Nov 5    
We often don't post the meeting time to pre-qualify participants. Most trips begin mid-morning.


Ian Rusinski
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Tohickon Creek
6011 State Park Road, Pipersville, PA, 18947

Event Type

This is really a 2-day event, with many folks camping or staying in the area, but enough folks do 1 day that we thought it easier to track as separate days, plus separate coordinators spread the load.

If you aren’t camping and plan on meeting up Sunday morning it’s important you register as plans may change Sunday morning and you don’t want to have to pay $20 to get in and find the late-rising campers. If you’re paddling Saturday be sure to register for Sat. too.
The Tohickon is the last (and first) northeast release of the year and the traditional end (and start) of the paddling season for many. A great step upriver with drops not normally found on a class 3 river, but the spring release’s cold water makes it less forgiving on swims (or multiple rolls). Generally a good river for someone who was already comfortable on class 2+ like the last rapid on the Mongaup at 2 barrels.

Most drops have some pretty straightforward lines as well as a few spots where things get exciting, so well guided which our trip should be it’s a good step up.

Fall Toh is relatively warm but still usually requires thicker neoprene at the least with most folks using drygear.

Camping at take-out if the Delaware isn’t flooding is usually $20 for the entire weekend in a typical paddlers scene, starting loud and dying down pretty quickly.


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