Canoeing the Allegheny River wilderness
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An Allegheny Almanac
"This is truly one of America's great wild river sections,
with clusters of islands, deep slow eddys, shallow riffles
and long runs; a canoer's wonderland, where hours can
be spent drifting by shaded banks, along steep forested
valley slopes and under soaring bald eagles."
--The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy
Allegheny River
"Named "La Belle
Riviere" by French
explorers, this 87 miles
of the Allegheny flows
through areas of
narrow forest valleys,
wilderness islands, and
broad, rural
landscapes rich with
the early history and
culture of the region."
photo Copyright 2006
by Norb Thompson
Photo guide to Pennsylvania's Kinzua Lake Region
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