Taylorville – Beaverator Rapids

Taylorville – Beaverator Rapids

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Location: Croghan Twn
First Visit: 9/7/2015
Region: Northern
County: Lewis
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Gps of Falls: N43.92618 W75.31102
Gps of Parking: N43.92798 W75.31224
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Landmark: Taylorville Pond
Stream/River/Watershed: Beaver River
Height of Falls/Type: Class IV Rapids
Elevation: 1050 ft
Level of Difficulty/Hiking Distance: Easy less then .1 mile
Wikiloc: http://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/view.do?id=10728711
Whitewater Rte/Canoe Rte Map: http://www.americanwhitewater.org/content/River/detail/id/2612/
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My Resource: Eastern New York All Outdoors Atlas and Field Guide Publication 2008 pg 106 B3
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Photos And Information I Contributed To or Posted To Other Websites: Digthefalls
Nearest Intersection: Taylorville Rd and Double Eddy Rd
Directions: From the parking area at the end of Double Eddy road, head down the trail towards the river. You cannot miss this trail it is fairly wide and you can see quite a distance ahead. The trails are not clearly marked but easy to follow. The total loop we did was just about a mile. The waterfalls in order you will see starting from the parking area at the end of Double Eddy Rd are: Taylorville Dam, which is also the Put-in. The next Dam and Falls is called Taylorville Falls. The third is the Beaverators Rapids section. At .2 miles you will be at the top of the fourth one which is the Great White Slide also known as Taylorville Lower Falls. The fifth is the Dogleg Rapids and the sixth is the Mindscrambler. And the last is further down Powerline Boof Rapids
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Taylorville Beaverator 9-7-2015

Taylorville, Beaverator, Lewis County, New York 9-7-2015
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I have recorded the tracks for the upper waterfalls and trail only and can be viewed and downloaded, click on the following link.
Wikiloc Taylorville Whitewater Section

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