Deerfield River - Monroe Bridge Dryway Monroe Bridge to Dunbar Brook Picnic Area

Monroe Bridge, Massachusetts

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The Monroe Bridge Dryway is one of the great relicensing success stories of New England. Dewatered except for occasional spillage until 1991, the Dryway now has a schedule of 32 days each season when it’s open for boating. Thanks to an agreement reached between the power company and several environmental and recreational groups, intermediate and advanced boaters in the Northeast no longer have to travel long distances or wait until spring to get a whitewater fix.
Classic Northeastern Whitewater Guide

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Classic Northeastern Whitewater Guide

by Bruce Lessels (Appalachian Mountain Club Books)

The Monroe Bridge Dryway is one of the great relicensing success stories of New England. Dewatered except for occasional spillage until 1991, the Dryway now has a schedule of 32 days each season when it’s open for boating.

Thanks to an agreement reached between the power company and several environmental and recreational groups, intermediate and advanced boaters in the Northeast no longer have to travel long distances or wait until spring to get a whitewater fix.

©  Bruce Lessels/Appalachian Mountain Club Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Monroe Bridge
Distance: 3
Class: Class III-IV
Local Contacts: Gauge location and water level information is provided in the eTrail if available.
Driving Directions: Directions to Deerfield River - Monroe Bridge Dryway: Monroe Bridge to Dunbar Brook Picnic Area

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Apr 2018