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Difficulty II+(III)
Length 9.7 Miles
Gauge MANOR KILL AT WEST CONESVILLE NEAR GILBOA NY
Flow Range 300 - 5000 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 2 hours ago 15.1 [CFS]
Reach Info Last Updated 04/21/2016 3:30 pm

River Description


This is a fun pretty much continuous class 2 run, with a couple 3's thrown in. There is a lot of
wood to watch for, but is all avoidable. Just watch every bend, it really picks up speed in the
turns and thats where the wood is. One bridge has a river wide strainer. You'll see it coming, it
will be the highest bridge you will come to up to that point. Get out and portage on river right.
The left isn't fun. (I learned the hard way). There are no gauges nearby. Chances are if the
Catskill Creek is running then this creek is also  - Bill S

 

 

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 

 

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Bill S
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13 years ago

This is a fun pretty much continuous class 2 run, with a couple 3's thrown in. There is a lot of wood to watch for, but is all avoidable. Just watch every bend, it really picks up speed in the turns and thats where the wood is. One bridge has a river wide strainer. You'll see it coming, it will be the highest bridge you will come to up to that point. Get out and portage on river right. The left isn't fun. (I learned the hard way). There are no gauges nearby. Chances are if the Catskill Creek is running then this creek is also.

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Moose River Video

1/18/2011
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2010 marked the 25th anniversary of protecting the Black and Moose rivers!  View an online video documentary on the Moose River and the early role that American Whitewater played in protecting this amazing river.

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1205718 12/28/15 Alex Barham
1206280 04/21/16 Alex Barham Added local info