West Canada Creek, S. Branch, New York, US
|Usual Difficulty||II-III+ (for normal flows)|
|Avg. Gradient||36 fpm|
|WEST CANADA CREEK NEAR WILMURT NY|
|usgs-01343060||2500 - 10000 cfs||II-III+||15d22h48m||964 cfs (too low)|
The South Branch of The West Canada:
This is an exciting stretch of river. It follows route 8 south from Fayle Road to the Bridge at Nobleboro. The scenic lookout at Nobleboro (Haskell Road) is a great place to meet up with fellow paddlers.
15 - 20 minutes of flatwater paddling warms you up after the put-in. About a mile or more of Class II, a short break and then 2+ miles of II-III. This is a fast run, less than 2 hours to cover over 5 miles of water. It is rocky at low levels and really pushy at higher levels.
For a full day of paddling combine this with West Canada, North Branch: Big Brook to Route 8
Other rivers nearby:
Tug Hill - Old Forge Area Reaches
|Mile||Rapid Name||Class||Features (Legend)|
|0.0||Fayle Road Bridge||I|
|5.4||Nobleboro Bridge Wave||II|