A Paddler's Guide to the
Kayak - Canoe - Raft - Tube
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|Inside the Book||River Outfitters||River Conditions||Important Contacts||About the Author|
| Kayak, canoe, raft or tube the Delaware River 200 miles from Hancock, New York to Trenton, New Jersey. A best-seller in its first editions (formerly Canoeing the Delaware River), this revision by author Gary Letcher is the definitive guidebook to paddling the Delaware River. All-new and updated for novices, experts, and armchair adventurers alike:
- Mile-by-mile log of access, rapids, natural features, historic sites and other landmarks;
- An overview of the river including history, watershed, place names, paddlecraft, safety, fishing, access, and more.
- All new maps, naming virtually all rapids, eddies, and river features, with diagrams showing the way through the most severe white-water;
- Highlights of the people, events, natural history, communities and controversies that have marked the Delaware from earliest times to the present day -- Tom Quick, the infamous "avenger of the Delaware", the mysterious migration of eels, the battle over Tocks Island Dam, and many others.
- Appendixes of outfitters and campgrounds, river conditions and safety, trip checklist, important contacts, and more.
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