Canoe Camping Vermont & New Hampshire Rivers (Paperback)
A Guide to 600 Miles of Rivers for a Day, Weekend, or Week of Canoeing (Backcountry Guides)
Countryman Press, 9780881504576, 144pp.
Publication Date: April 17, 1999
List Price: 16.95*
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From gentle streams to challenging rapids, the rivers of Vermont and New Hampshire flow through some of New England's most unspoiled countryside. The rivers featured here range from flatwater to class 3 rapids, and offer reliable water levels for paddlers from summer through fall. Here the touring paddler will find covered bridges, granite ledges, historic towns and villages, and a variety of places to fish and camp. Roioli Schweiker, an authority on the waters of New England, has distilled a lifetime of paddling experience into this friendly, no-nonsense guide. Features for this completely revised and updated third edition include maps denoting access points, rapids, bridges, and dams; tables showing mileage and river conditions; tips on trip planning, canoe touring, and camping; and information on picnic areas, short hikes, and historic sites along the way.