Best Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing in New Hampshire

This list represents the most popular whitewater kayaking & canoeing in New Hampshire. Use this list to plan your next New Hampshire whitewater kayaking & canoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

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 ...
This eTrail includes three sections of New Hampshire's Swift River: Bear Notch Road to ...
The Saco River has something for everyone, from technical whitewater diehards to flatwater ...
Paddling this section of the Pemigewasset River requires that paddlers be comfortable ...
A diverse paddle on the longest river on the New Hampshire seacoast. During the course ...
This guide includes three sections of New Hampshire's Ashuelot River: Lower Stillwater ...
This trip is less popular than the Saco, Pemigewasset, or Androscoggin River trips, probably ...
The Androscoggin is not a whitewater river in the classic sense, yet it does have one ...
It certainly can be—rapid, that is. Heavy turbulent water, huge holes, and a scattering ...
The Gale River is one of New Hampshire’s finest. It has everything that counts in a whitewater ...
This guide includes two sections of New Hampshire's Ammonoosuc River: River Bend to Pierce ...
The watershed valley of the upper Saco is one of the most impressive in all New England. ...
The Blackwater is a small, little-known stream that offers a short, racy run between slalom ...
This eTrail includes two sections of New Hampshire's Cold River: South Acworth to Vilas ...
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: ...
The Saco River has something for everyone, from technical whitewater diehards to flatwater ...
The Androscoggin River from Errol to Milan is popular with whitewater boaters because ...
A technical Class II paddle through forests and historic New Boston. A regular on the ...
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