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This free demo section is along the Nulhegan River. Vermont’s most wild river, the Nulhegan drops through a basin of thick forests and boreal wetlands, home to Vermont’s largest population of moose and largest deeryard. This is winding and untamed river. Expect to carry over beaver dams, past rapids, and take lunch breaks on sandy beaches.

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This 183-mile segment includes a journey along the Fulton Chain of Lakes, following the historic path of Iroquois trappers and Adirondack guides. Then cross the Saranac Lakes, where century-old, hand-operated locks still convey paddlers between waterways, and down the Saranac River, characterized by quiet river travel, ponds, and rapids. Lake Champlain is historic and vast, with islands and bays to explore. 

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This 248-mile segment includes a journey across western Vermont on the pastoral Missisquoi River, and carry to Lake Memphremagog, which straddles the international border. Paddle up the Clyde River, with wetlands supporting rare natural communities, and down the Vermont's most wild river, the Nulhegan, which drops through a basin of thick
forests and boreal wetlands. In New Hampshire, explore the Connecticut, Upper Ammonoosuc, and Androscogging Rivers, as well as Lake Umbagog, where birding and wildlife opportunities abound.

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This 152-mile segment explores the waterways of Western Maine, including the Rapid River, the Rangeley Lakes, Flagstaff Lake, the Dead River, Spencer Lake, the Moose River, and Moosehead Lake. This section is characterized by undeveloped land, valuable wildlife habitat, traditional vacation destinations, working forests, dramatic views, and a rich history. You were journey past the rugged Bigelow Preserve, Dead River’s 30-foot Grand Falls, remote and rarely visits streams, while camping on well established campsites as well as off the beaten track.

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This 163-mile segment links the wilderness paddling routes of the West Branch of the Penobscot, the Allagash Lakes, and the Allagash River. The West Branch is a traditional canoe route, with mellow currents, ample campsites, wild surroundings, and opportunities to spot moose. While paddling through the Allagash Lakes you will experience the interconnected waters that inspired Thoreau, and witness rusting relics from the days of log drives. This state-managed Allagash Wilderness Waterway offers large and small lakes, swiftly flowing river, and unparalleled wildlife-watching opportunities.

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This free demo section is along the Nulhegan River. Vermont’s most wild river, the Nulhegan drops through a basin of thick forests and boreal wetlands, home to Vermont’s largest population of moose and largest deeryard. This is winding and untamed river. Expect to carry over beaver dams, past rapids, and take lunch breaks on sandy beaches.

 

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This 183-mile segment includes a journey along the Fulton Chain of Lakes, following the historic path of Iroquois trappers and Adirondack guides. Then cross the Saranac Lakes, where century-old, hand-operated locks still convey paddlers between waterways, and down the Saranac River, characterized by quiet river travel, ponds, and rapids. Lake Champlain is historic and vast, with islands and bays to explore. 

Explore

This 248-mile segment includes a journey across western Vermont on the pastoral Missisquoi River, and carry to Lake Memphremagog, which straddles the international border. Paddle up the Clyde River, with wetlands supporting rare natural communities, and down the Vermont's most wild river, the Nulhegan, which drops through a basin of thick
forests and boreal wetlands. In New Hampshire, explore the Connecticut, Upper Ammonoosuc, and Androscogging Rivers, as well as Lake Umbagog, where birding and wildlife opportunities abound.

Explore

This 152-mile segment explores the waterways of Western Maine, including the Rapid River, the Rangeley Lakes, Flagstaff Lake, the Dead River, Spencer Lake, the Moose River, and Moosehead Lake. This section is characterized by undeveloped land, valuable wildlife habitat, traditional vacation destinations, working forests, dramatic views, and a rich history. You were journey past the rugged Bigelow Preserve, Dead River’s 30-foot Grand Falls, remote and rarely visits streams, while camping on well established campsites as well as off the beaten track.

Explore

This 163-mile segment links the wilderness paddling routes of the West Branch of the Penobscot, the Allagash Lakes, and the Allagash River. The West Branch is a traditional canoe route, with mellow currents, ample campsites, wild surroundings, and opportunities to spot moose. While paddling through the Allagash Lakes you will experience the interconnected waters that inspired Thoreau, and witness rusting relics from the days of log drives. This state-managed Allagash Wilderness Waterway offers large and small lakes, swiftly flowing river, and unparalleled wildlife-watching opportunities.

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