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This map layer shows all of the put-in locations for all of the map layers in American Whitewater's National River Database. If a reach is linked to an online gage, it's put-in location is color coded by whether or not it is currently running - in just the same way that the reaches are color coded on each state summary page.

There are two ways to view this map layer in Google Earth:

  • click the KML icon at the bottom of the National River Database page, as shown below. When you zoom into a location in Google Earth, the put-in points will appear. Ryan - how exactly does the 750 limit work?
  • click the KML icon at the bottom of a state's summary page that is accessed through the National River Database page

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