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At this narrow point in the White River, aptly-named “Pinch Rock” is a point where hard bedrock juts out into the waterway. When water is low mid-summer, there’s plenty of room for lounging in the sunshine, casting a line into the riffles, or splashing in pools upstream and down. It’s a popular spot for tubers, swimmers, and anglers. Visitors will find a small parking area and stone stairs down to the river.
Long owned by Peg Elmer, the future of this much-loved river access could have been “no trespassing” signs. But thanks to Peg, who donated the land to Vermont River Conservancy, generations of locals and visitors will always be able to enjoy this special stretch of the White River. Pinch Rock has been a bedrock of local river activities for generations, and thanks to Peg, that will never change.
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From I-89, take Exit 3 Bethel. Drive east on Route 107 to Route 14. Turn right onto Route 14 South, and drive 2.6 miles to the parking pull out on the right.