Trip Schedule

People desiring instruction on instructional trips are requested
to contact the instructor to make arrangements beforehand.

Lehigh River, White Haven PaII+IntChris Dubetsky
(201) 478-9267
This is a double release*....1600 cfs which greatly improves surfing, flow thru the flat areas and the length of swims. Depending on interest we'll either do the whole gorge to the Glen or just the lower. Please call or text trip leader for more info. Sunday is 1000 cfs (slightly above normal) and would be great if someone wants to coordinate a Sunday trip as well.
Esopus Creek, Phoenicia, NY2-3IntMyles Gordon
(845) 598-2861
No wave will go unsurfed!
Lackawaxen River, Hawley, Pa2NovHelga Trocha
(917) 584-6524
A great, beautiful beginner run at a great time of year to sharpen skills. Perfect next step for those who felt comfortable on Staircase Rapids on the Delaware.
Mongaup River, Port Jervis, NY2+IntMark Voorhees
(973) 207-0763
2 barrel release. Strong roll recommended.
West River, Jamaica, VTII+IntTom Hart
Beautiful river with lots of play a little harder than the Tohickon Creek and small festival at pullout. Paid shuttle available (and recommended). Easier paddling options available. Limited onsite camping available in the KCCNY reserved sites by the shuttle@$15/per person for the 15 available spots. It’s a 3 mile mostly class 2 run (with 1 easy 3 though the run has some harder lines and a lot of play. Camping is literally at the pullout and they run a shuttle so for $25 bucks a day you can paddle all day (but the carry over the dam is brutal so if you want to paddle much plan on paying. There's also a class 1-2 you can do a normal car shuttle and of course it's Vermont so there's hiking, biking etc.
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ACA Level 2/3, River Safety & Rescue, Lehighton, PaIIAllWayne Gman
(732) 672-1817
ACA Level 2/3, River Safety and Rescue $140, Lehighton, Pa
Lehigh River, White Haven Pa2+IntTom Hart
(201) 803-4206
Mega release. Should be 4000 cfs Friday, 2500 Sat. 1600 Sunday. Good roll pretty much mandatory on Friday as it's hard to get swimmers out as water is into the trees. Big waves and fast water. Holes are significant but avoidable. Lots of surfing for those with the energy and boat speed to catch on the fly. Great day to become (almost too) comfortable in big waves.
Trip Schedule