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Difficulty I-IV
Length 7 Miles
Gauge HOOSIC RIVER NEAR EAGLE BRIDGE NY
Flow Range 1000 - 3000 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 1 hour ago 262 [CFS]
Reach Info Last Updated 04/21/2016 3:35 pm

River Description


Longitude and latitude of takeout are approximate. The takeout HAS to be before Troy Falls, which is class VI, and will probably be fatal if someone goes over the 100 foot drop.

 

 

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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Connor Schleicher
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5 years ago

I ran this section late March 2014 and the cable under the Eagle Mills bridge was no longer there. I ran it when the gauge was around 10ft and all the rapids were around class III-IV. There is one waterfall about a half mile after the second bridge that was completely unrunnable at this level and at lower levels it is runnable but would be rated V+ due to the most of the water pounds into a rock at the bottom.

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Alex Barham
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7 years ago

Chris that is Wyant's Kill.

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8 years ago

i paddle this run a lot. theres actually a put in above eagle mills its off of garfield rd by the wagner farm. there are a few good class II and III rapids. With the new bridge they put in at eagle mills (finished in late 2007) they left a wire low to the water. i havent run it to see if you can go under it but its there.

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Chris Morelli
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12 years ago

Hello, I was driving and found this river, I dont know what stretch this was but IT IS RUNNABLE. There is 4 major drops, all waterfall/slides unrunnalbe at lower levals, which is how they where when i saw them, BUT at higher water they seem to be good. There is one man made waterfall, its a 35 foot steep slide to a 8 foot auto boof waterfall. This is runnable at low levels. That was the only one I ran, this was on 4/27/08. anyone want to paddle this run, chrismo1080@verizon.net

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Moose River Video

1/18/2011
Mark Singleton

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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1206293 04/21/16 Alex Barham Added local info