Where is the longest stretch of continuous whitewater in the Northeast?
The Dead River. It provides sixteen miles of whitewater through remote timber country. Among its many rapids, Poplar Hill Falls is the longest and offers a memorable one-mile run of churning, fast-moving water. Rafters frequently run the river from just below Grand Falls, through Class IV and V rapids, to the confluence of the Kennebec River in The Forks.
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