Canoeing the Delaware River
Canoeing the Delaware River provides a mile-by-mile account of the Delaware's course from where the East and West Branches meet in Hancock, New York, two hundred miles downstream to tidewater at Trenton, New Jersey. The book describes rapids, access areas, and points of interest in detail. It is an invaluable resource to both the novice out for an afternoon paddle and the adventurer on a ten-day trip. This completely revised and updated edition provides new maps, guides to river outfitters, campgrounds, information sources on river conditions, and new photographs.In addition to guiding the way, Canoeing the Delaware River portrays the people, places, and events associated with the river from its colorful past through present times. Gary Letcher also includes information on canoe safety and environmental concerns.-- A mile-by-mile guide to the Delaware River for canoeists and other river users, with maps and photographs.-- Describes historical and present-day points of interest, and provides suggestions for activities within easy reach of the river.
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Although a little out of date, this book was a very valuable resource for our canoe trip down the Delaware . Some of the canoe livery's were closed and some of the camp sites were no longer in business, however the river remains the same and I wouldn't have wanted to have done the trip without Mr. Letcher's book. The history lessons were very interesting and made the book a good read.
Hancock to Kellams Bridge
Kellams Bridge to Narrowsburg
Narrowsburg to Barryville
Barryville to Port Jervis
Port ervis to Dingmans Ferry
Smithfield Beach to Martins Creek