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Difficulty IV-V
Length 1 Miles
Flow Range 300 - 1000 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 2 hours ago 27 [CFS]
Reach Info Last Updated 06/07/2016 6:38 pm

River Description

Finger Lakes Area Runs


Bowman Creek                        Cascadilla Creek                  Canandaigua Outlet 

Canaseraga Creek                  Canisteo                               Cayuga Lake Hole 

Cayuta Creek                          Conesus Creek                     Fall Creek (1.) 

Fall Creek (2.)                         Fall Creek (3.)                       Great Gully Creek 

Honeoye Creek                       Irondequoit Creek                 Keshequa Creek 

Keuka Outlet                         Lock 32 Whitewater Course    Owasco River (Outlet) 

Salmon Creek                         Sixmile Creek                         Sugar Creek 

Taughannock Creek (1.)         Taughannock Creek (2.)         Trumansburg Creek 

Vanbuskirk Gulf


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Rapid Descriptions

Broken Dam

Class - IV Mile - 0
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Broken dam with a sluice on the right. I'd guess it's about 8 ft. high. Boof onto shallow water and punch the hole under the bridge.

Lover's Falls

Class - 5.0 Mile - 0
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Boof the 3 ft. ledge at the top on the far right. Ride down the right side of the slide and boof at the end. I doubt you'd want to be in the center of the V. Also beware of the room of doom in the river left wall.


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Matt Muir
9 years ago

Way cool video!

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angela baldo
9 years ago

Video of members of the Cornell Outing Club running Broken Dam and Lover's Falls at about 600 cfs

Gage Descriptions

I've only run it at 500 cfs. I'd think you could do it a little bit lower than that and a good deal higher, maybe 350-1000 cfs.

Directions Description

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Moose River Video

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.


Alex Barham


Andy Cook


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1206594 06/07/16 Alex Barham Added local info
1192700 02/26/06 Andy Cook n/a