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Nine Mile Paddle in Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge

Date and Time

Sunday, July 28, 2019, 9:30AM - 5:00PM

Location

Full Details will be sent out one week prior to the event to those who register.,
New Jersey, Western,
NJ

Registration

Registration is required for this activity.

Overview

Nine Mile Paddle in Wallkill River National Wildlife Refuge A rare north-flowing river, the Walllkill, flows through Sussex County New Jersey into Orange County New York. Paddle canoe or kayak, all types welcome. From Glenwood Road in Sussex, NJ to Oil City Road (State Line Road in Pine Island, NY. This river is all flat water with a minimal current. Some climb over's may be encountered. The nine-mile paddle will be a long nine miles, be sure you're up to it. Well worth the paddle. Join us for a spectacular paddle on a beautiful unknown treasure New Jersey river. No Club boats available, you must bring your own boat and all equipment. Register by clicking on the link below. Full Details will be sent out one week prior to the event to those who register.

AMC Trip Policy

Cost*

Adult: $2 member / $2 non-member
Youth: $2 member / $2 non-member
*$2 Paddle Fee towards No. NJ/NY AMC Club

Related Link(s):

Wallkill Paddle Brochure
Friends of the Wallkill River
YouTube Paddleing the Wallkill River
The US Fish and Wildlife Service info on the Wallkill River

Driving Directions

Click map for driving directions

Dope Sheet will be sent to anyone who registers one week prior to paddle.

Wallkill River

Activities

Paddling
Paddling - Flatwater
Paddling - Canoeing

Offered By

N.Y. - North Jersey

Status

Wait Listed

Difficulty

Must have basic paddle skills and be able to stear

Audience

Adults (18+)


Leader




(best time to call: NCA 10 p.m.)
(Email this person.)

AMC Paddle leader for six years and Bike Leader for two years. Lead multiple trips hiking, biking and paddling with several other groups as well. Have organized several large-scale group events.

Co-Leader





Quiet water paddler, 10 years spent section paddling the NFCT from the Adirondacks to Maine. Plus time spent canoe/camping on the Oswegatchie River, Bog Lake and Lake Lila.