Upcoming KCCNY Trips
Mongaup River, Port Jervis, NY10/29
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Selected Runable Park & Play Holes
Cohoes Wave, Mohawk River, NY
Fireman's Field Wave, Salmon River, NY
Titanic, Salmon RIver, NY
Selected Runable Rivers
Ausable River, Keeseville, NY Cl IV-IV+
Big Sandy Creek, Rockville, WV (III-IV) (V)
Bottom Moose River, McKeever, NY Cl V
Cheat River, Albright, Wv III-IV
Cranberry River, Richwood, WV Cl III-IV
Fish Creek, Talberg NY Cl III-IV
Gauley River, Summersville, WV IV-V+
Genesee River Letchworth St Pk, NY Cl II-III
Independence River, Donnattsburg, NY Cl IV-V
Meadow River, Mt Lookout, WV (IV-V+)
Mountain Fork River, Eagletown, OK Cl II-II+
New River, Thurmond, WV CL III-IV-V
Salmon River, Pulaski, NY Cl II-III
Stonycreek River, Ferndale, PA Cl III-IV
Tygart River, Arden, WV CL III-V
Tygart Valley River, Belington, WV C III-V
Wells River, Wells River, Vt Cl IV-V+
Youghiogheny River, Ohiopyle, Pa Cls III
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Upcoming River Releases
Bottom Moose River, Old Forge, NY Cl VOct 23, 29, 30
Cheoah River, NC Cl IV-VNov 5
Mongaup River, Port Jervis, NY Class II+Oct 29
Russel Fork, Haysi, Va (class IV-V+)Oct 23
Stoneycreek River, Johnstown, Pa Cl III-IVOct 23

We are one of the largest whitewater clubs in the East, and despite our name, serve New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut as well as New York, where we formed in 1959. KCCNY features a whitewater paddling program with novice, intermediate, or expert trips planned for each weekend of the paddling season, though the die hards paddle year round! We run rivers from Canada to the Carolinas, with most trips within a three-hour drive of New York City.

KCCNY offers instructional opportunities for everyone from the beginner through advanced paddlers. The winter pool sessions are an excellent time for boaters to begin learning or sharpening up their Eskimo roll and strokes, which definitely makes whitewater safer and more fun.

To join us, please print, fill out and mail our application form, or contact our membership chairman, Dan Kirsch at dkirsch@kirschandkirsch.com .

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