Lake Champlain Pub Co

Cruising Guide to Lake Champlain: The Waterway from New York City to Montreal

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ISBN: 9780961641252
Publisher: Lake Champlain Pub Co
Publication Date: 1997-04
Number of pages: 240
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The comprehensive guide to Lake Champlain and the historic inland waterway from New York City to Montreal: Hudson River, Champlain Canal, Lake Champlain, Richelieu River, Chambly Canal, and Saint Lawrence River. The waterway is presented in four sections: 1). The Hudson River: from the bustling harbor and sky-scrapers of Manhattan past the scenic Highlands and historic West Point 150 miles upriver to Troy. 2). The Champlain Canal: the eleven lock, 62 mile canal dating from 1823 which joins the Hudson River to Lake Champlain. 3). Lake Champlain: the 'sixth' Great Lake, 110 miles of scenic boating between the Green Mountains of Vermont and the Adirondacks of New York. 4). The Quebec Waterway: 120 miles of river and canal travel in French-speaking Canada with the feel of a European waterway.

Contains complete information on all marinas (over 125), anchorages, and services; with a focus on the history of nearly four centuries of exploration, warfare, commerce, and, now, recreation. Includes locator "chartlets" taken from US and Canadian Charts, over 360 photographs, and route-planning overview maps. 8.5" x 11" format with sturdy laminated cover.

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