Published on April 24th, 2018 | by Matt Dumoulin
Hidden amongst the Adirondack State Park and along the headwaters of the Hudson River, lies two of the highest peaks in New York State. Only accessible by hiking through beautiful ‘Avalanche Pass’, the Opalescent Gorge holds one of the steepest runnable sections of whitewater in the state including 65 foot high ‘Hanging Spear’ Falls. Hanging Spear – The Headwaters of the Hudson River is an exciting adventure taken by professional Kayaker Steve Fisher. A true adrenaline seeker that has taken on some of the wildest rapids in the world, Fisher brings his non-stop paddling skills to the backyard of one of the most famous cities in the world and shows those city-dwellers the journey that awaits just upstream.