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Thirty canoe trips in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. With day trips on flat water, selected white-water runs, and suggestions for overnight paddles, there's something here for every skill level.. . . Each river description includes information on put-ins and take-outs, distance, water conditions, dams and rapids, portages, best times to paddle, and where to camp. Detailed map and handy mileage chart for each river help you plan your trip. Ken Weber also provides information on local history, culture, landmarks, flora, and fauna. Paperback; 184 pages; second edition. 6 x 9 in..
This guide offers 30 river canoe trips on flatwater and whitewater with trips for every skill level. Weber, Ken. Softcover; 184 pages; 35 black-and-white photos, 31 maps. Back Country Press; copyright 2001. River descriptions detail put-ins, take-outs, distance, water conditions, dams, rapids, portages, where to camp and what you'll see along the way. A map and handy mileage chart for each river aids in trip planning. Information on local history, culture, notable landmarks plus flora and fauna is provided as well.
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