Rutgers University Press Canoeing the Delaware River
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A mile-by-mile account of the Delaware River from where the East and West Branches meet in Hancock, New York, to 200 miles downstream to tidewater in Trenton, New Jersey. The book describes rapids, access areas, and points of interest, as well as canoe safety and environmental concerns.. . . 1997 revised edition features new maps, guides to river outfitters, campgrounds, information for river conditions, and new photographs. Softcover, 228 pages. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 x 1/2 inches
Completely revised and updated with new maps, this book provides a mile-by-mile account of the mighty Delaware's course. Author: Gary Letcher. Softcover; 228 pages; black-and-white photographs. Rutgers University Press; copyright 2007. Includes descriptions of rapids, access areas and points of interest along the riverbanks. Offers information valuable to both the novice out for an afternoon paddle and the adventurer on a ten-day trip. Features guides to river outfitters, campgrounds, information sources for river conditions, and tips on canoe safety and environmental concerns. Delve deep into the history of the region with portrayals of the people, places and events of the area.