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Difficulty II-III(IV)
Length 7 Miles
Flow Range 3.50 - 7.00 FT
Flow Rate as of: 1 hour ago 2.13 [FT] ℹ️
Reach Info Last Updated 04/21/2016 3:31 pm

River Description

Taken from NPMB:

"Level wise is hard to describe, but after 2 days of rains it should be good. Sorry for the lame level description. Check the drop in East Nassau, if you can't walk out on the rocks then things are looking good, muddy water is good for this run.

Put-in at the school and take out just beyond the village of East Nassau or continuing to the route 20 bridge near Brainard, making a total paddle of about 7 miles. Active Class 2 with several features that are approaching class 3, and some nice rock gardens.

Make sure to check your lines in the drops in the town of East Nassau,(class 4) they like to catch large trees and make river wide strainers."



Other Local Runs:

Kinderhook Creek Section 1

Kinderhook Creek Section 2

Kinderhook Creek Section 3

Stony Kill

Claverack Creek

Roeliff Jensen Kill



Capital Region Area Reaches

Basic Creek                                    Batten Kill                                         Claverack Creek 

Cobleskill Creek                             Fox Creek                                         Hannacrois Creek 

Hoosic                                            Hudson (Lock 2)                               Kinderhook Creek  (1.) 

Kinderhook Creek  (2.)                   Kinderhook Creek  (3.)                      Kline Kill 

Normans Kill (1.)                            Normans Kill (2.)                                North Chuctanunda Creek 

Mohawk (Upper Cohoes Wave)     Mohawk (Cohoes Wave)                   Poesten Kill (0.) 

Poesten Kill (1.)                             Poesten Kill (2.)                                 Quacken Kill  

Schoharie Creek                            Stony Kill                                           Wyant's Kill 


Google Map of New York Whitewater

New York Whitewater Paddlers Facebook Group

Rapid Descriptions


Gage Descriptions

There is no gauge for this section, but an approximation can be made from the Kinderhook Creek at Rossman gauge.

Directions Description

We have no additional detail on this route. Use the map below to calculate how to arrive to the main town from your zipcode.

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Alex Barham


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1206283 04/21/16 Alex Barham Added local info