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Northern Forest Canoe Trail

Maine – 347 miles

The section from Errol, New Hampshire to Rangeley, Maine is more enjoyable to paddle from Rangeley to Errol. The trail descends steadily from Maine’s interior plateau through big lakes and tumbling rivers. Beyond Rangeley to the east is the Androscoggin-Kennebec divide, the highest point on the trail east of the Adirondacks. After the divide, the trail is more straightforward southwest to northeast as it works across the plateau and then descends to Fort Kent. Flagstaff Lake and the headwaters of Little Spencer Stream hold breathtaking wilderness scenery, and Moosehead Lake is also outstanding. The Allagash Wilderness Waterway is a spectacular ribbon of lakes, ponds, rivers and streams winding through northern Maine.

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Allagash, by Dean Bennett



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