Blackledge River

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The Blackledge River is a tributary of the Salmon River which courses 16.4 miles (26.4 km) [1] through Eastern Connecticut in the United States.

Rising from a pond in Bolton, the Blackledge amasses waters from feeder creeks along its course before joining the Jeremy River in Colchester, Connecticut. Salmon River, considered a major tributary of the Connecticut River, begins at the confluence of the Blackledge and Jeremy. [2]

A popular whitewater paddling route begins at West Road about 4 miles (6 km) south of Gay City State Park. There are frequent Class I-II whitewater rapids throughout the route to the Salmon River.

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