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Difficulty I-IV
Length 25 Miles
Gauge N/A
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Reach Info Last Updated 01/23/2006 7:32 pm

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Takeout Latitude: 40° 43' 00'' N

Takeout Longitude: 75° 15' 05'' W

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jeff keim
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8 years ago

it could b broken into 3 sections, 1st uppermost section, is wayy off limits ,it goes through 2 hostile hunting clubs,..there r a few easy drops and high falls, (not that high), 2nd section snowhill rd to resica falls, beautiful section but hard to put in without getting caught trespassing, esp scouting snowhill falls, a double ledge falls, after that if u do get on it, its pretty much boat scout-able the rest of the way till u get to another falls that can b run on the right but watch out for the riverwide hole a few hundred feet past it, looks nasty, scout the falls, but there is no way to know where they r so b wary to them and make sure u catch the last must make eddy on river left... after that there is section 3 from the falls at resica which the boyscouts give u grief if u scout them or portage around them, so the big hike through the woods comes next to avoid the hassle ....and if u try to park down the road and do a hike in ....like someone i know did, u might not have a car when u return! as the lovely boyscouts like to flex there muscles and be pricks, the ret of the way is boat scout-able 3- fourish stuff to 209......have fun! 2500 is a real good level... lower then 2000 is a long day and bony as it drops... hope that helps....

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Mark Zak
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10 years ago

Not an advised reach because of 2 pretty much mandatory portages across heavily posted private property.

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Pennsylvania Dam Removal Conference to be Held January 31st.

1/9/2004
Kevin Colburn

There will be a one day conference on January 31st in eastern Pennsylvania that will address dam removal and rehabilitation in the state and region. It is likely that this very affordable conference would be helpful to paddlers interested in working on dam removal projects in Pennsylvania and elsewhere. Registration for the conference is due by January 23rd.
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Robert Miller

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