A Paddler's Guide to the
Kayak - Canoe - Raft - Tube
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Kayak, canoe, raft or tube the Delaware River 200 miles from Hancock, New York to Trenton, New Jersey!
There are more than 40 public access points for boaters on the Delaware. A dozen outfitters will provide the craft of your choice -- kayak, canoe, raft, or tube -- and shuttle you to and from your car. Public and private campsites along the way offer a place to rest for the night and enjoy the company of fellow river travelers.
A river trip typically takes paddlers through calm "eddies" punctuated by exciting Class I and II rapids. The riverbanks everywhere are clothed in hardwood forest. Paddlers are often treated to wildlife sightings: abundant eagles, waterfowl, beaver, deer and black bear.
A best-seller in its first editions (formerly Canoeing the Delaware River), this revision by author Gary Letcher is the definitive guidebook to the Delaware River. All-new and updated for novices, experts, and armchair adventurers alike. Like having a personal guide on board -- Amazon.com
Happy paddling, and we'll see you on the River!
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