Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in New Hampshire
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Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in New Hampshire

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New Hampshire has 38 whitewater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 1 to 20 miles in length. The most popular trails are Gale River: Franconia to Ammonoosuc River, Lamprey River and South Branch of the Piscataquog River. Trails.com member Robert H. recently completed Mascoma River: Masoma Lake to Lebanon.
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A flatwater lake paddle followed by some easy Class II that is runnable throughout the ...
This section of the Pemigewasset River is a good choice for paddlers who have experience ...
Paddling this section of the Pemigewasset River requires that paddlers be comfortable ...
Paddling this section of the Pemigewasset River requires that paddlers be comfortable ...
If the Ammonoosuc is too high for comfortable boating, or if you want new scenery, the ...
The Warner is a small technical stream in the Sunapee region that runs in the spring during ...
This eTrail includes three sections of New Hampshire's Swift River: Bear Notch Road to ...
The Sugar River flows in southwestern New Hampshire, emptying into the Connecticut River ...
The Souhegan River meanders in southern New Hampshire, moving north by east. There are ...
From its origin on Mount Cardigan, the Smith flows primarily eastward and empties into ...
The watershed valley of the upper Saco is one of the most impressive in all New England. ...
It certainly can be—rapid, that is. Heavy turbulent water, huge holes, and a scattering ...
Pond Brook is a small but very steep creek that is born in the Baker Ponds just west of ...
Having gathered all the water flowing from the western White Mountains, the Pemigewasset ...
This eTrail includes two sections of New Hampshire's Pemigewasset River - East Branch: ...
If the water is up, this trip on Otter Brook presents one of the most delightful small ...
The Mascoma River is formed at the outflow of Mascoma Lake. The lake acts not only as ...
The Mad is well worth the wait. Beautiful scenery, challenging rapids, and clear water ...
The Gale River is one of New Hampshire’s finest. It has everything that counts in a whitewater ...
The Ellis River typifies the White Mountains. Starting near the slopes of Mount Washington, ...
This is probably the toughest run in southern New Hampshire, with several class V drops ...
The Contoocook is one of New Hampshire’s largest rivers and offers some of the best heavy-water ...
This eTrail includes two sections of New Hampshire's Cold River: South Acworth to Vilas ...
The Blackwater is a small, little-known stream that offers a short, racy run between slalom ...
The Bearcamp is an interesting river located just south of the White Mountains. Depending ...
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