Dry - Dry River Trail to Dry River Campground


Dry, New Hampshire, US

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Dry River Trail to Dry River Campground

Usual Difficulty V (for normal flows)
Length 1.5 Miles
Avg. Gradient 250 fpm

Dry River Falls


Dry River Falls
Photo by Sydney Katz taken 10/07/07 @ Not Running

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
PEMIGEWASSET RIVER AT WOODSTOCK, NH
usgs-01075000 5.70 - 8.50 ft V 00h32m 2.76 ft (too low)


River Description

Information from Greg and Sue Hanlon's Steep Creeks of New England, which has more info on this run. Text used with permission.  First run was by Greg Hanlon, Pete Cogan, Bruce Schnapp, Bill and Joan Hildreth in the early 90's.

Directions:From North Conway, follow Rte. 16 North to Rte. 302 West. About 0.2 miles after the Dry River Campground, you'll see a sign for the Dry River Trail. "Park here and carry, drag, or pull your boat 1.7 miles up the trail." Putin just upstream of the suspension bridge. The takeout is at Dry River Campground.

The Dry was first run on April 25, 1992, by Bill and Joan Hildreth, Peter Cogan, and Greg Hanlon.


StreamTeam Status: Not Verified
Last Updated: 2012-05-09 11:16:42

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