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Old 05-26-2014, 08:28 AM   #1
Rich Lockwood
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Location: Springville,NY
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St Regis Loop?

I'm thinking of paddling this loop in June to avoid some crowds. I know it is not a wilderness trip, but I want to see some of the beautiful camps and scenery I have heard about. I'm thinking of launching from Keese Mills Rd. and doing the carry first. I will be camping at least one night. I often camp 150feet up from the water in my hammock. Questions;
-What is the carry like?
-Are the Paul Smiths leantoos/land ok to camp on?
-Any suggestions as to trip route, wind, camping and things to see are appreciated.
Thanks in advance,Turtle
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Old 05-27-2014, 07:29 PM   #2
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Yes and no on the PSC leantos. Its quite easy to launch also at the College.

Drool over the boats on Spitfire.

You will note the Long Pond Black Pond leantos are day use only.
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