Best Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing in Vermont

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

This upper section of the North is better known for the nude sunbathers who used to hang ...
The Rock enters the West River just upstream of Brattleboro, Vermont. Its scenery, rapids, ...
Sumner Falls, or Hartland Rapid, as it’s known in some boating circles, is runnable at ...
The Lamoille River is a good way to see Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. With alternating ...
This eTrail includes two sections of Vermont's West River: Ball Mountain Dam to Jamaica ...
The Green River is known more for its rustic scenery than for its challenging rapids. ...
The Winooski is a narrow, scenic run in northern Vermont that holds its water well into ...
The Searsburg Dryway is about 4.5 miles long, with boulder gardens, ledges, and good-sized ...
Big drops, big scenery, big danger, big hike out. For the seasoned class V creek-boater ...
This small stream drains the south side of Stratton Mountain and feeds into the West River ...
Tucked away in a crease of the Green Mountains, this class V creek holds one of the most ...
In 1987 a sign on the dilapidated chair factory building in Readsboro, Vermont read: FOR ...
The Black is a medium-sized river in southeastern Vermont that offers a straightforward ...
The Waits is about two-thirds of the way up Vermont and is a tributary of the Connecticut. ...
The Wardsboro is a small tributary of the West River. Its season is limited to only a ...
The Winhall is a rather small stream that can offer an exciting ride in high water and ...
Draining central Vermont, the White River offers many miles of pleasant canoeing through ...
Before the European settlers arrived, Vermont must have looked very much like the valley ...
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