Falcon Guides The Connecticut River Boating Guide: Source to Sea
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With this updated guide, it's easier than ever to plan your next adventure along the Connecticut River! Authors: John Sinton, Wendy Sinton and Elizabeth Farnsworth. Softcover; 237 pages; black-and-white photographs, maps and tables. Connecticut River Watershed Council; copyright 2007. Mile-by-mile directions point out key landmarks, navigational hazards, and optional put-ins and take-outs. GPS-compatible maps aid traditional and techie navigators alike. Each reach section includes data on accessibility, difficulty, flow, portage options, fishing laws, camping areas, distance from the mouth and more. Handy boating facilities tables list access points with directions and let you know if parking and amenities are available. Sidebars give details on the river's natural history, human history, flora and fauna.