Maine "There is a canoe/kayak size regulation for the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. Review the regulations and fact sheet at the Maine Department of Conservation website."
This eastern-most section of the Trail winds along the
remote Allagash, the nation’s first Wild and Scenic River,
and finishes on the historic St. John River, which outlines
the international border. The route leads paddlers through
waters first paddled by Abenaki hunters in birchbark
canoes, past early European settlements in this remote
land, and along shorelines that hold the ghost stories and
rusting relics of logging days, as well as both the peace
and adventure of the remote north country.