Paddling Pennsylvania: Kayaking and Canoeing the Keystone State?s Rivers and Lakes
- Maps and descriptions for more than 200 Pennsylvania waterways
- Information on minimum water levels, potential hazards, and difficulty level of each stream
- Includes directions and recommendations for put-in and take-out at each site
Pennsylvania contains more miles of rivers and creeks than any other state except Alaska, making the Keystone State a prime destination for canoers and kayakers. This guide contains information for 211 of the commonwealth?s rivers, creeks, lakes, ponds, and reservoirs. The author provides firsthand tips and recommendations gleaned from his experiences on each waterway. Included for each body of water is information on length, difficulty, potential hazards, quality of scenery, and opportunities for fishing, camping, and wildlife viewing.
About the Author:
Jeff Mitchell is an attorney and the author of Backpacking Pennsylvania, Hiking the Endless Mountains, and Hiking the Allegheny National Forest. He lives in Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania.
320 pages, 230 maps, 8 pages of 16 color photos