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    Ausable Marsh

    Peru, New York

    Ausable Marsh

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    "Three separate paddling areas await you at Ausable Marsh: Dead Creek, Ausable River, and the marsh between the river’s mouths, all part of a broad delta formed from silt carried by the Ausable as it tumbles down out of the Adirondack High Peaks—including the state’s tallest, Mt. Marcy—to the Champlain Valley. Habitat type: marshes and slow-flowing river"

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    Harkness, NY
    Explorer | 30 pts
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    5/28/2009
    It is a great area for flat water paddling, with a nice loop of the upper and lower mouths of the Ausable river plus Lake Champlain, although check the waves. It is especially nice in high water level in spring when one can paddle through the trees.
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    Best spring through fall
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    New York Atlas Map 103:D6, USGS Keeseville
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