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Suggested Trips: Black & Barton Rivers

The Black and Barton rivers offer great paddling, just 10 minutes from Newport, Vt.


Eagle Point Campsite

Learn about Eagle Point, a beautiful and isolated primitive campsite on the eastern side of Lake Memphremagog. This conserved land, only a few hundred feet from the Canadian border, is an ideal location to camp during an overnight paddle on the lake.


Upper Missisquoi Wild & Scenic River

The Upper Missisquoi and its tributary, the Trout River, are the only rivers in Vermont that are designated as Wild and Scenic by the National Parks Service. Learn about how the river became protected and what makes it such a special place.


Seventh Lake to Blue Mountain Lake Overnight Canoe Trip

The overnight canoe trip from Seventh Lake to Blue Mountain Lake provides an excellent paddle in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State. Robbie Frenette, cofounder of Raquette River Outfitters, helps us learn more about the trip’s beautiful, lakes, rivers, and history.


Adventureitus Thru-Paddling Series: Segment 1 – Old Forge to Long Lake in NY

Section 1 of the NFCT covers 43 miles of paddling. In this section you will experience flatwater lake paddling, with the exception of the Raquette River, where there are some rapids, all of which can be carried. Film by Adventureitus Productions



Lower Missisquoi River Video Guide By Riverbank Media

This video showcases the Lower Missisquoi River section of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail in Vermont. Viewers will learn about the human and natural histories of this stretch while paddling downriver between Enosburg and Swanton.

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