Garden State CanoeingThis paddler's guide to New Jersey covers more than 1,500 miles of the Garden State's waterways, including tiny creeks, big rivers, historic canals, and sprawling wetlands. It provides all the information you need to choose a destination and properly plan a safe, enjoyable outing.
- Written primarily for the needs of canoeists and kayakers
- Also a valuable resource for fishermen
- Detailed river descriptions are broken up by sections and include gradient, difficulty rating, distance, probable duration, and scenery opportunities
- Integrated maps include road access and put-in points
- Paperback; 225 pages
- Measures 7 x 10 inches
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- Easy to read
- Not a field book
Comments about EDWARD GERTLER Garden State Canoeing:
If you are going to paddle NJ rivers, this is the first book you should get. Very easy to read, full of maps, great advice for the beginner and advanced paddler. The maps have weirs and dams identified and the text covers portage points.