The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is featured in a variety of local, regional, national, and international news sources.
Origins of the Trail
The Magnificent Obsession of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail
New York Times writer Paul Schneider writes about the history of the trail shortly after it is officially dedicated in 2006.
A Long and Winding Journey on the Northern Forest Canoe Trail
Appalachian Mountain Club writer Joe Carberry writes about the trail founders and early efforts that make the NFCT a reality.
Exploring the Eastern Maine Canoe Trail
Portland Press-Herald writer Tux Turkel paddles and writes about the Eastern Maine Canoe Trail, a precursor to the NFCT that was rediscovered by Native Trails.
The Longest Canoe Trail in the Northeast Marks its First Decade
New Hampshire Public Radio provides an overview of the trail.
Canoe and Kayak magazine staffers explore Flagstaff Lake on a camping trip led by NFCT thru-paddler Zand Martin and joined by executive director Karrie Thomas.
Canoe and Kayak magazine staffers join executive director Karrie Thomas and stewardship director Noah Pollock on a trip down the Dead River.
Canoe and Kayak magazine staffers join NFCT thru-paddler Zand Martin and executive director Karrie Thomas on a trip to Lobster Lake.
Laurie Chandler becomes the first woman to paddle the trail solo in a canoe.
A father and son from Gorham complete a 740-mile canoe adventure, traveling from New York to Maine.
Maine paddler finishes 1,500-mile voyage in 70 days