Connecticut River Boating Guide

Source To Sea

Book Description

This is the all-new edition of the Connecticut River Boating Guide, the standard resource for boaters, canoeists, and kayakers. It includes thirty-two GPS-compatible maps that together map the entire length of the river. Data for twenty-eight river reaches include information on mileage, navigability, difficulty, sources of flow information, portages, camping, USGS maps and NOAA charts, special fishing regulations, boating facilities, and more. The narrative text accompanying the maps is a mile-by-mile description of the river with detailed information on landmarks, navigational hazards, conservation, wildlife, and history. The book is authored by, and published in cooperation with, the Connecticut River Watershed Council, the leading organization devoted to management of the river and its watershed.

About None

Founded in 1952, the Connecticut River Watershed Council, with headquarters in Greenfield, Massachusetts, is the river's primary watchdog and steward "from source to sea."

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