The Pennsylvania Highlands' many waterways offer fantastic paddling opportunities for canoeists and kayakers, from sparkling tributaries and serene lakes to world-class whitewater. This summer, AMC staff and volunteers invite you to join them for two exciting day trips as we explore a few of these waterways. On both Highlands paddling trips, you'll enjoy scenic views, the comradery of other paddlers, and an opportunity to learn firsthand from AMC's Mid-Atlantic staff about recreation developments and conservation efforts in the
Highlands region, as well as ways the paddling community can help advance those efforts.
On June 16th, AMC's Mid-Atlantic Recreation Planner, John Brunner, will join Reinilde Heyrman to paddle ten miles of the Delaware River between Easton and Riegelsville. The following Saturday, June 23rd, AMC's Mid-Atlantic Policy Associate, Cathy Frankenberg will co-lead a second Paddle the Highlands Trip with Delaware Valley Chapter's Conservation Chair, Al Schwartz. That trip will feature an 18-mile paddle from Martin's Creek to Raubsville and an optional stop at a pizzeria to round out the day.
Both trips require registration, so please click on the links above to confirm your attendance.
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