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Difficulty II-III+
Length 7 Miles
Gauge WEST BRANCH ST. REGIS RIVER NEAR PARISHVILLE NY
Flow Range 500 - 2000 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 2 months ago 235 [CFS] ℹ️
Reach Info Last Updated 04/05/2016 9:12 pm

River Description


Appears to be a tight Class 2/3 which slowly widens and gains flow from tributaries. Be on the lookout for wood in the beginning of the run and anywhere the river flattens out.  One of the bridges puts the stream into 2 large culverts. This could be dangerous if a strainer forms.

 

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 ℹ️ 70d13h12m
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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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