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Difficulty II-III
Length 8 Miles
Gauge WEST BRANCH ST. REGIS RIVER NEAR PARISHVILLE NY
Flow Range 700 - 2000 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 2 months ago 235 [CFS]
Reach Info Last Updated 04/05/2016 8:57 pm

River Description


Starting in Dickinson Center the run is Class 2/2+ After passing under Route 11b it builds to Class 2/3.

The Route 11b Bridge can be used as an alternate access to cut the run in half.

 

It is possible to continue to North Lawrenceville, however the river widens and drops to Class 2 at best. 

 

Potsdam - Malone Area Reaches

Chateaugay                                                    Deer (Dickinson Center)

Deer (Dickinson Center to Lawrenceville)       Grass (1. Lampsons Falls to Downerville)

Grass (Sec. 3)                                                Grass (Sec. 4)

Jordan                                                             Little Trout

Marble                                                             Meacham Lake Outlet

Raquette Sec. 3) Hannawa Falls                    Raquette 2) Piercefield to Parmenter Site

Raquette Sec. 4) Stone Valley                        Salmon

Salmon (Chasm Falls)                                     St. Regis

St. Regis, E. Branch                                        St. Regis, Middle Branch (Sec. 1)

St. Regis, Middle Branch (Sec. 2)                   St. Regis, Middle Branch (Sec. 3)

St. Regis, Middle Branch (Sec. 4.)                  St. Regis, W. Branch (Sec. 1)

St. Regis, W. Branch (Sec. 2)                          St. Regis, W. Branch (Sec. 3)

Trout Brook

 

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WEST BRANCH ST. REGIS RIVER NEAR PARISHVILLE NY
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235 cfs 70d12h43m
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