There are no more trips scheduled for 2015. If you are an AMC paddling leader, and wish to list a trip, contact email@example.com.
Get the DV Chapter's 2015 Annual Report.
Experienced canoe paddlers needed for cleanup, Saturday, November 14. Lower Gallows Run and Lynn Island in Kintnersville, near Routes 611 and 32 in Upper Bucks County. Must be able to paddle the stern position of a loaded tandem canoe and ferry across current to an island. More info and sign up here, or contact Ian Kindle by e-mail with questions.
What trip class ratings mean (opens in new window).
PFDs (life jackets) must be worn on all trips when on the water. Helmets must be worn by all paddling decked boats on Class 2 or higher trips, and for all open boats on Class 3 or higher trips.
For Class 2 and higher trips, paddlers must provide their own equipment: Canoe or kayak suitable for whitewater with flotation and grab loops or handles, a helmet, lifejacket, sprayskirt for closed boats, paddle and clothing suitable for water & air temperatures. Paddlers must have the necessary skills, be able to wet exit their boat, swim and self-rescue in a rapid: swim boat and self to shore, get back in boat, or eskimo roll.
New: AMC interactive stream map of the Pennsylvania Highlands Region. Click here
Electronic trip reporting now available for leaders
Trip leaders can skip mailing in trip reports and sign up sheets by reporting their trips electronically on this web site.
Leaders will be able to scan their sign sheets, upload them and fill out their trip report on line. They have the option of receiving a copy of their report by e-mail. Instructions and help are provided. For more information, click here.
Click here to download the Fall issue of Footnotes, our chapter's newsletter.
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TRIP RELEASE FORM. Download and read the waiver you must sign to participate on trips! Click here.
Guide book information & reviews, click here.
Wing Dam, Kelly's Lock and other practice areas. Info and directions.
The Mohican Getaway Program has a full schedule of reasonably priced two- and three-day activity-oriented outings planned at the Mohican Outdoor Center. Click here for more information.
Rent Club Boats: We have two fully outfitted whitewater solo open canoes which you can rent for $25 a day for use on club trips. Includes paddle & spare, PDF, helmet. To rent, contact Walt Underhill, 610-827-7776 or contact leader .
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