Greeting; Would anyone have experience on the Susquehanna River near NY and PA junction? I'm moving to the area soon and and looking for an area that has class I or II rapids. Thanks!
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Posted by: pa_paddler on Aug-24-14 9:15 PM (EST)
I live in that general area and have paddled all 444 miles of the river. Shoot me an email and I'll set you up. Lots of great places to paddle in this area.
Posted by: pa_paddler on Aug-24-14 9:19 PM (EST)
I replied without seeing who asked...you're leaving the Delaware?
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Posted by: suntan on Aug-25-14 9:50 PM (EST)
Looks like I'll be heading North soon. Would you like to buy a house in Wayne County, PA?
Thanks a bunch!|
Posted by: suntan on Aug-25-14 9:47 PM (EST)
I look forward to getting your advice. How about sharing a meal sometime?
If you have time, just open Google Earth|
Posted by: ezwater on Aug-28-14 10:16 PM (EST)
and scan the river from space. Usually shoals and rapids are easy to see, at least on the larger rivers.
Posted by: sg6 on Sep-15-14 8:53 AM (EST)
Hi Suntan, I used to live between Windsor and Harpursville and have paddled some of the Susquehanna. A lot different than the Delaware, not as clear water as the Delaware and there will be portages. Give me a shout or email, steve
Posted by: suntan on Sep-16-14 10:50 PM (EST)