Raquette River


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Ra·quette River

 (răk′ĭt)
A river of northern New York rising in the Adirondack Mountains and flowing about 280 km (175 mi) north to the St. Lawrence River.
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The lake is 393 ha in area, reaches a maximum depth of 33 m, and is hydrologically connected to the Raquette River lake-chain through an outlet at its north end (Fig.
7 million to rehabilitate and widen the bridges carrying State Route 971U (Maple Street) over the Raquette River in the village of Potsdam, St.
He also was a true Native son of New York State, born in the Adirondacks on the Raquette River around 1800.
They would be paddling upstream against current of the mighty Raquette River.
The assemblage of Loyalists emerged from the forest near the mouth of the Raquette River, near the point at which Johnson's father had made camp so many years ago.
Places like Raquette River, Saranac River, Black River and Taylor Pond to name a few.
Regis River and Oneida Lake) have received the most intense stocking efforts with less intensive stockings in others waters (Cayuga Lake, Genesee River, Raquette River and St.
The trail system culminates at the Raquette River, where raised wooden overlooks give you sweeping views of the river and mountains beyond.
What we find can't be found on a High Peaks trail or in a canoe along the Raquette River.
Armchair paddlers will marvel as they live Jerome's tour through the Inlet, Forked Lake, around Buttermilk Falls, up Long Lake and the Raquette River, into Lower and Upper Saranac Lakes and beyond.