Upper Hudson River, Huntley Pond, and Boreas River Topo Map

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The Upper Hudson River runs from its source for about 110 miles to Hudson Falls. Only about the size of a big creek around Newcomb, it gets nourished by numerous tributaries, becoming a decent-sized river by the time it winds out of the Adirondacks west of Glens Falls. On the way, it slices through a magnificent gorge that, in spring, ranks as one of the country’s top ten, adventure-class whitewater venues. The 40-acre Huntley Pond is largely wooded with some wetland on the west end. It averages about 20 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 40 feet. Spawned by Boreas Ponds, the Boreas River winds south for about 18 miles to feed the Hudson River on the east end of the Hudson Gorge. Key species: Brown trout, brook trout, rainbow trout, northern pike, smallmouth bass, and largemouth bass.
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Minerva, New York

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