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Quiet Water New Hampshire & Vermont:Canoe & Kayak Guide, 2nd: AMC Quiet Water Guide

Quiet Water New Hampshire & Vermont:Canoe & Kayak Guide, 2nd: AMC Quiet Water Guide

by John Hayes, Alex Wilson

Enjoy days of pleasure exploring the flatwater lakes and ponds of New Hampshire and Vermont. Great for paddlers of all ages and abilities, this updated and expanded guide offers detailed descriptions of more than 90 scenic destinations - including 55 new paddles.
Special features include: detailed descriptions of each lake and pond, with paddling routes, local flora and fauna, and seasonal highlights; driving, parking, and put-in instructions; safety tips; local picnicking and camping spots; equipment choices; advice for padding with children; low-impact travel tips; illustrated sidebars on New England's fascinating waterside wildlife.

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Quiet Water Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, 2nd : Canoe and Kayak Guide

Quiet Water Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, 2nd : Canoe and Kayak Guide

by Alex Wilson, John Hayes

This updated and expanded edition of AMC's popular Quiet Water guide offers paddlers of all ages and abilities adventure and enjoyment on the water. These 100 tours, lead you to out-of-the-way lakes and ponds, meandering rivers, marshy coves and inlets, and more. Each trip features a detailed tour description including habitat type and notes about the flora and fauna you'll discover along the way. Beginner and experienced paddlers, birdwatchers, anglers, and families alike will appreciate this detailed, easy-to-use guide to southern New England's best quiet water.

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Take a Paddle: Finger Lakes New York Quiet Water for Canoes & Kayaks

Take a Paddle: Finger Lakes New York Quiet Water for Canoes & Kayaks

by Rich Freeman, Sue Freeman

A Comprehensive Paddling Guide to Flat-Water Ponds, Lakes, Streams and Rivers in the Finger Lakes Region of New York.
It's a map-filled guide for beginning and intermediate paddlers. And for anyone who enjoys the pleasures of a flat-water paddle. It will lead you to 35 ponds and small lakes and over 370 miles of streams and rivers.

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Quiet Water Canoe Guide: New York

Quiet Water Canoe Guide: New York

by Alex Wilson, John Hayes

From Long Island to the Adirondacks to the western plateau, New York state is rich in lakes and ponds perfect for quiet-water paddling. Canoeists and kayakers of all ages and abilities can enjoy the Empire State's stunning natural world of delightful calm waters with this selective guide. Features include detailed descriptions of more than 100 ponds and lakes, maps, photographs, illustrated nature essays, tips on safety, equipment, local camping and picnicking, complete driving, parking, and canoe put-in directions.

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Quiet Water Maine, 2nd : Canoe and Kayak Guide

Quiet Water Maine, 2nd : Canoe and Kayak Guide

by Alex Wilson, John Hayes

This completely revised edition of AMC's best-selling Quiet Water guide reveals more than 100 spectacular ponds, lakes, and rivers in Maine ideally suited for canoeing and kayaking. From marshy coves and crystal-clear lakes to winding inlet channels and pine-tree-edged ponds, this updated guide provides paddlers access to unique water adventures. Each trip includes directions, parking, and launch information; a detailed tour description with time, distance, and difficulty; and special natural features including notes about the flora and fauna you will discover along the way.

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Quiet Water New Jersey, 2nd : Canoe and Kayak Guide

Quiet Water New Jersey, 2nd : Canoe and Kayak Guide

by Kathy Kenley

This new edition of AMC's popular Quiet Water New Jersey features more than 50 breathtaking quietwater destinations perfect for canoeists and kayakers. From the Highlands and Pine Barrens to the Atlantic coastal plain, you'll discover scenic mountain lakes, salt-and freshwater marshes, picturesque ponds, and more. Each trip includes a detailed tour description plus notes about the flora and fauna you'll see along the way. New to this edition are at-a-glance trip summaries listing the time, distance, and difficulty of the tour, making it even easier for you to choose just the right trip. Whether you're just starting out or have been paddling for years, Quiet Water New Jersey is a must-have guide.

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Canoeing the Delaware River

Canoeing the Delaware River

by Gary Letcher

The Delaware River begins just below Hancock, New York, at the confluence of the East and West Branches.

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Paddling Southern New England: 30 Canoe Trips in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, Second Edition

Paddling Southern New England: 30 Canoe Trips in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, Second Edition

by Ken Weber

This classic guide to paddling the waters of southern New England has been completely revised and expanded with seven new trips. Ken Weber's guide, in print for more than 20 years, has now been completely revised and expanded. Chapters include day trips on flatwater, selected whitewater runs, and suggestions for overnight tripsówith 30 trips in all, there's something here for every level of paddler. Each chapter includes information on put-ins and take-outs, distance, water conditions, dams and rapids, portages, what time of year to paddle, and what you'll see along the way. A detailed map and a handy mileage chart for each river make planning easy.

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