Natural Waterslides in New England
Please keep in mind that natural waterslides are inherently dangerous and that most should only be attempted under low or medium water conditions. Make sure that you always scout the river or stream very closely to determine any hazards. Look for sharp rocks, whirlpools, shallow areas, and other dangerous currents very carefully.
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