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Kedron Stream

Water Levels

River Reports

1.2 metres at North Oromocto
1.0 metres at Magaguadavic

Thatsapaddlin says: "Nutter and I paddled the Kedron Stream on May 4 2018 from Big Kedron Lake to the Magaguadavic River. We had to carry our canoes about 750m down an atv trail to the outlet of the lake. The water levels were fine at this height. The biggest obstacles were numerous fallen trees blocking the stream in several locations. The stream had nice flow until a small deadwater but even that had some flow to it. After this there was a short rapid and about a 4 foot drop. There is a trail on river right. From here there is nice flow down to where the pipeline crosses. You can get out on river right and scout a small gorge just below. It was a fairly straight forward rapid. After the gorge there a few more rapids then calm water to the confluence. I'm glad I finally got to do this one but will likely not do again just because of the amount of sweepers. It's a shame because the river has a nice narrow flow and sharp turns.

Here is the video of the gorge.

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Real-Time Levels

For real-time water levels go to the Magaguadavic River at Elmcroft Guage (01AQ002) on the Government of Canada website.

Magaguadavic River at Elmcroft Guage 2023

For real-time water levels go to the North Branch Oromocto River at Tracy Guage (01AM001) on the Government of Canada website.

North Branch Oromocto River at Tracy Guage 2023

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