The run starts with a drop you may decide to portage on the left. Multiple Class 4 drops will be followed by the next bridge. After joining the West Stoney there will be Class 3 and 4 all the way to the takeout.
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More info in New York Exposed: The Whitewater State, Vol. 2.
South-Eastern Adirondack Area Reaches
Batten Kill Beecher Creek County Line Brook
Dunning Creek East Stony Creek Elbow Creek
Georgia Brook Glen Creek Holmes Lake Outlet
Hudson (3. Riparius to the Glen) Hudson (4.) Hudson (5.)
Hudson (6.) Jimmy Creek Mill Creek (Hudson trib.)
North Creek Pike Brook Piseco Outlet
Roaring Branch Sacandaga (1.) Sacandaga (2.)
Sacandaga, E. Branch (1.) Sacandaga, E. Branch (2.) Sacandaga, E. Branch (3.)
Sacandaga, Middle Branch Sacandaga, W. Branch (Upper) Sacandaga, W. Branch (Lower)
Sand Creek Schroon (Starbuckville to Riverbank) Schroon (Warrensburg to Thurman Station)
Stony Creek (1.) Stony Creek (2.) Tenant Creek
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Located just north of Northville the Takeout is the Route 30 bridge near Benson Road/ Northville-Lake Placid Trail.
To get to the Putin continue on 30 and turn left to go down Benson Road/ Northville-Lake Placid Trail. After passing over a bridge Benson road will hit a T intersection, go left and put in at the bridge in 1.5 miles. (The second bridge after Barlow Road splits to the left.)
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