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Our Paddle Committee organizes various paddle sports: quietwater and whitewater canoeing and kayaking, whitewater and sea kayaking, and whitewater rafting.

We publish Ferry Tales, a periodic newsletter (now also available in PDF format here) with dam release schedules, trip schedules, boating articles and other AMC-Berkshire paddling information. If you're an AMC-Berkshire member and would like to receive this, tell our Canoe & Kayak Chair (see below) that you want to be added to the paddlers list. Or get in touch with them if this website doesn't answer all your questions and you want more paddling information.

Paddle Chair: Charles Murray (paddling@amcberkshire.org)

Paddling

CRWC Annual River Celebration

AMC is partnering with the Connecticut River Watershed Council for their Annual River Celebration on Saturday, June 21 at Gillette Castle State Park in CT. This year they are celebrating the expansion of the CT River Paddlers’ Trail, a major initiative that the AMC has been hard working on.

Ferry Tales Now Online!

Got "Ferry Tales?" Click here to link to our BK Paddlers' 2014 Spring Newsletter. It has all you need to check on Berkshire paddling trips, boat rentals, H20 web links and more!

For a list of archived editions goto: http://amcberkshire.org/ferry_tales.

Ferry Tales Archive

Below are links to download the Canoe & Kayak committee's newsletter, Ferry Tales, in PDF format.

2015: Spring

2014: Spring

2010: Spring

Whitewater Paddling

NOTICE - Monroe Bridge on the Deerfield River is closed this year! Be sure to make alternative parking arrangements.

Whitewater paddling means canoeing, kayaking, and rafting down turbulent and exciting rivers.

Quietwater Paddling

Marsh canoeing

"Quietwater" paddling means scenic canoeing or kayaking on lakes, ponds, and relatively calm rivers. Western Massachusetts has some splendid rivers and lakes for quietwater canoeing. We'll take you there, and we can even help provide you with a boat and gear.

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