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Difficulty II-III
Length 6 Miles
Flow Range 2.50 - 4.75 FT
Flow Rate as of: 21 minutes ago 2.4 [FT] ℹ️
Reach Info Last Updated 04/18/2018 10:07 pm

River Description

A mellow winding creek. The largest rapid is at the takeout. Watch for strainers.

Rapid Descriptions

Map of the Mid Pemi region

Class - Mile - 0


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3 years ago

Will Kranz and I paddled this section in April 2016. We'd consider the minimum level to be 2.0 feet. There were numerous strainers during the first mile, some river-wide. David Horgan

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Protecting Access to New Hampshire Rivers

Robert Nasdor

Northeast boaters can celebrate that another beloved whitewater gem has been protected. Paddlers on the Winnipeseaukee River are now assured that the put-in on the Lower Winni in Northfield, NH will be forever protected thanks to the donation of a parcel from Gloria Blais in memory of her husband Roger. Gloria donated the land to the Town of Northfield for the purpose of assuring that future generations of boaters will have access to the river. Protecting river access to the Winni is part of an ongoing effort by AW in the northeast region to protect river access.

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Bellows Falls (VT) Flow Study Reveals Hidden Whitewater

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AW, MVP Protect Land and Access on the Contoocook River (NH)

Robert Nasdor

American Whitewater and Merrimack Valley Paddlers have reached an agreement to purchase a 10-acre parcel fronting on Contoocook River in Henniker, NH. The land serves as an important launch point for whitewater paddlers enjoying the popular section of the river that runs from Hillsborough to Henniker. This section of the Contoocook River contains rapids ranging in difficulty from Class II to Class IV.


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