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To add items to your trip, simply click the “Add to Trip” button located at the bottom of the locations pop-up boxes. All information in the pop-ups will be transferred to your trip itinerary found in the “My Trip” tab located in the vertical menu.

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If you are looking for a recommended trip you can click on the “Itineraries” tab. Here you will find a variety of loadable trips. The trips are designated as day paddles, weekend trips, or longer durations. We also describe these trips by level of difficulty. Click load and the trip will be displayed on the map, zoom in for details. If you like what you see, hit the print button. To start building a new trip just hit the “Reset” button.

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Upper Ammonoosuc Overnight

Good beginner water with the potential to add a mile of rapids at the end of the trip
A nice overnight or day trip

Meander you way through lush riparian forest as you paddle approximately 10 miles on the Upper Ammonoosuc River. This is the perfect stretch to go on your first paddle trip overnight or to test out gear before heading out on a longer expedition. The river is typically slow moving until you get closer to the town of Stark, NH. Between the take-out in Stark and the white covered bridge there can be a fun stretch of class II water when the river is up. You can scout most of the stretch from the Route 110 roadside. To accomplish this trip we recommend putting in at Gord's Corner Store in Milan, NH. Gord rents canoes and paddle gear. He can also shuttle you from the take-out back to your car and provide a safe location for you to park overnight. Cordwell Campsite is only 2 miles from the Gord's Corner Store access so plan accordingly. The next day you will have an 8 mile paddle to the take-out where the NFCT Stewardship Crew recently installed a very user-friendly river access ramp.

Flagstaff Lake

Nice family trip, large lake with the option of river paddling
Ample campsites available for use, 2-3 day trip

Just beyond the peak of Sugarloaf Mountain lies a magnificent valley to be discovered. Historic Flagstaff Lake, at nearly 30 miles long, wraps neatly around the base of the striking Bigelow Mountain Range. Paddling includes shallow seasonal water, marshes and flat water, and amazing views of the mountains. All seven of the Bigelow summits are part of a 36,000-acre public reserve, and two of them are on the list of 4,000-footers in Maine, making them sought after by “peak-baggers.” The town of Eustis and village of Stratton offer a variety of lodging options and some great dining choices - hearty home-cooked meals, fresh sandwiches, and café lunches. Local stores stock essential provisions from fine wine to peanut butter. One of the most unique stories in Maine history, the town of Flagstaff was established in 1775 by Benedict Arnold's forces on their way to Quebec…and 175 years later it was flooded to make way for hydroelectricity production. Check out the Valley Below map showing locations of underwater village landmarks. Learn this fascinating history on a unique pontoon boat tour with Flagstaff Scenic Boat Tours. Stock up ahead of time with sandwiches, produce, beverage and snacks at Fotter’s Market in Stratton. Or choose a boat tour option with a lunch stop at the lovely, remote Flagstaff Hut. In the afternoon, visit the Dead River Area Historical Society and see displays including memorabilia of the very towns you floated over this morning. Paddlers looking to explore the lake can do so with a daytrip or overnight camping trip. There are many sites available on the lake. The trip length is listed below at 5 miles, but since this is a lake trip it can be just about any distance you want.    

Long Lake to Axton Landing

Nice two day for moderate skill level
Includes 1.75 mile portage, wilderness characteristics

This trip combines lake and river paddling in the heart of the New York State's Adirondack Park. The trip starts at the state boat launch near the hamlet of Long Lake. From there, paddlers head south toward the Raquette River. Most paddlers choose to spend the first night on the lake, heading into the wild Raquette River on the second day. Long Lake can be choppy, especially at its southern end near the river. The Raquette River is a windy, slow-moving river. The biggest challenge on the river is navigating the 1.3-mile portage, which includes some hilly terrain. There are numerous campsites available on the lake and  Raquette River, including at Raquette Falls, where there is a New York State Department of Environmental Conservation's interior caretaker's cabin.

Missisquoi Wildlife Wonders

Beginner waters downstream of Swanton
Great opportunity to see birds, nice day trip.

The Missisaquoi National Wildlife Refuge is just a 45-minute drive from Burlington, Vermont, and it provides a great opportunity for a half-day or full day paddling trip. Known as the “Bird Foot Delta,” the Missisquoi River’s mouth is marked by quiet waters and extensive wetlands. The refuge provides excellent habitat for migratory songbirds, resident mammals and other wildlife, and as such offers some of the finest wildlife viewing in the state. Refuge lands also protect the Shad Island Great Blue Heron rookery, the largest colony in Vermont.

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To zoom in and out double-click on the map, use the roller wheel on your mouse, or use the (+) and (-) sign in the bottom right hand of the map. When you are zoomed out enough to see the entire trail rectangles will appear, they represent the extents of the waterproof maps available for purchase. You can click on a rectangle to see the area that is covered by a specific waterproof map. Waterproof maps are available for purchase at the NFCT On-line Store or by clicking “Purchase Maps” in the upper right-hand corner.

To load trail features click on the “Add Locations” icon in the vertical menu. You will need to zoom in past the map extent rectangles to see the locations icons displayed. You can click on point icons and line data to see more information in a pop-up box.

Building Your Own Trip

To add items to your trip, simply click the “Add to Trip” button located at the bottom of the locations pop-up boxes. All information in the pop-ups will be transferred to your trip itinerary found in the “My Trip” tab located in the vertical menu.

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If you are looking for a recommended trip you can click on the “Itineraries” tab. Here you will find a variety of loadable trips. The trips are designated as day paddles, weekend trips, or longer durations. We also describe these trips by level of difficulty. Click load and the trip will be displayed on the map, zoom in for details. If you like what you see, hit the print button. To start building a new trip just hit the “Reset” button.

If you find this tool helpful please consider making a donation. It is quick and easy, just click the “Donate” button in the upper right-hand corner.

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Upper Ammonoosuc Overnight

Good beginner water with the potential to add a mile of rapids at the end of the trip
A nice overnight or day trip

Meander you way through lush riparian forest as you paddle approximately 10 miles on the Upper Ammonoosuc River. This is the perfect stretch to go on your first paddle trip overnight or to test out gear before heading out on a longer expedition. The river is typically slow moving until you get closer to the town of Stark, NH. Between the take-out in Stark and the white covered bridge there can be a fun stretch of class II water when the river is up. You can scout most of the stretch from the Route 110 roadside. To accomplish this trip we recommend putting in at Gord's Corner Store in Milan, NH. Gord rents canoes and paddle gear. He can also shuttle you from the take-out back to your car and provide a safe location for you to park overnight. Cordwell Campsite is only 2 miles from the Gord's Corner Store access so plan accordingly. The next day you will have an 8 mile paddle to the take-out where the NFCT Stewardship Crew recently installed a very user-friendly river access ramp.

Flagstaff Lake

Nice family trip, large lake with the option of river paddling
Ample campsites available for use, 2-3 day trip

Just beyond the peak of Sugarloaf Mountain lies a magnificent valley to be discovered. Historic Flagstaff Lake, at nearly 30 miles long, wraps neatly around the base of the striking Bigelow Mountain Range. Paddling includes shallow seasonal water, marshes and flat water, and amazing views of the mountains. All seven of the Bigelow summits are part of a 36,000-acre public reserve, and two of them are on the list of 4,000-footers in Maine, making them sought after by “peak-baggers.” The town of Eustis and village of Stratton offer a variety of lodging options and some great dining choices - hearty home-cooked meals, fresh sandwiches, and café lunches. Local stores stock essential provisions from fine wine to peanut butter. One of the most unique stories in Maine history, the town of Flagstaff was established in 1775 by Benedict Arnold's forces on their way to Quebec…and 175 years later it was flooded to make way for hydroelectricity production. Check out the Valley Below map showing locations of underwater village landmarks. Learn this fascinating history on a unique pontoon boat tour with Flagstaff Scenic Boat Tours. Stock up ahead of time with sandwiches, produce, beverage and snacks at Fotter’s Market in Stratton. Or choose a boat tour option with a lunch stop at the lovely, remote Flagstaff Hut. In the afternoon, visit the Dead River Area Historical Society and see displays including memorabilia of the very towns you floated over this morning. Paddlers looking to explore the lake can do so with a daytrip or overnight camping trip. There are many sites available on the lake. The trip length is listed below at 5 miles, but since this is a lake trip it can be just about any distance you want.    

Long Lake to Axton Landing

Nice two day for moderate skill level
Includes 1.75 mile portage, wilderness characteristics

This trip combines lake and river paddling in the heart of the New York State's Adirondack Park. The trip starts at the state boat launch near the hamlet of Long Lake. From there, paddlers head south toward the Raquette River. Most paddlers choose to spend the first night on the lake, heading into the wild Raquette River on the second day. Long Lake can be choppy, especially at its southern end near the river. The Raquette River is a windy, slow-moving river. The biggest challenge on the river is navigating the 1.3-mile portage, which includes some hilly terrain. There are numerous campsites available on the lake and  Raquette River, including at Raquette Falls, where there is a New York State Department of Environmental Conservation's interior caretaker's cabin.

Missisquoi Wildlife Wonders

Beginner waters downstream of Swanton
Great opportunity to see birds, nice day trip.

The Missisaquoi National Wildlife Refuge is just a 45-minute drive from Burlington, Vermont, and it provides a great opportunity for a half-day or full day paddling trip. Known as the “Bird Foot Delta,” the Missisquoi River’s mouth is marked by quiet waters and extensive wetlands. The refuge provides excellent habitat for migratory songbirds, resident mammals and other wildlife, and as such offers some of the finest wildlife viewing in the state. Refuge lands also protect the Shad Island Great Blue Heron rookery, the largest colony in Vermont.

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Fastwater
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Dam
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Dining
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Private Campground
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Campsite (No Fee)
Campsite (fee)
Access
Fastwater
Portage
Dam
Sign-in Box
Kiosk
Local Suppliers
Shuttles
Lodging
Outdoor Recreation
Dining
Visitor Services
Library/Internet
Museums/Attractions
Outfitters / Guides
Private Campground
Public Campground
Campsite (No Fee)
Campsite (fee)
Access
Fastwater
Portage
Dam
Sign-in Box
Kiosk
Local Suppliers
Shuttles
Lodging
Outdoor Recreation
Dining
Visitor Services
Library/Internet
Museums/Attractions
Outfitters / Guides
Private Campground
Public Campground
Campsite (No Fee)
Campsite (fee)
Access
Fastwater
Portage
Dam
Sign-in Box
Kiosk
Local Suppliers
Shuttles
Lodging
Outdoor Recreation
Dining
Visitor Services
Library/Internet
Museums/Attractions
Outfitters / Guides
Private Campground
Public Campground
Campsite (No Fee)
Campsite (fee)
Access
Fastwater
Portage
Dam
Sign-in Box
Kiosk