Virtual Canoe Trip
from Kinzua Dam
Canoeing the Allegheny River wilderness         
"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
photo Copyright by Norb Thompson
Website content and photos are Copyright 2005-2008 by Allegheny Almanac, from Warren PA
Or use the local search engine to find more local canoe info at  World Wide Warren
Allegheny River
Click on photo
to float downstream
"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."
-- THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
Welcome! Each photograph
in this series of web pages
leads downstream from the
Kinzua Dam. This is the most
popular trip in the area.
To
get an idea  of what you
might see and do, just click
on each photo.
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