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5 edition of Northern Forest Canoe Trail found in the catalog.

Northern Forest Canoe Trail

Adirondack North Country (Central), New York, Long Lake to Saranac River (Northern Forest Canoe Trail Maps)

by Northern Forest Canoe Trail

  • 89 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Mountaineers Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sports & Recreation,
  • Water Sports,
  • Travel,
  • Travel - United States,
  • Maps,
  • Canoeing,
  • Maps & Road Atlases,
  • United States - Northeast - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMap
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8273737M
    ISBN 100898869803
    ISBN 109780898869804

      In , a trip she called Paddle for Hope took Laurie across Maine on part of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, raising $10, for the Maine Children’s Cancer Program. Soon, she was contemplating a solo thru-paddle of the entire NFCT, using a much lighter Kevlar canoe. Upwards, the story of her thru-paddle, is Laurie’s first book. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) links the waterways of New York, Vermont, Québec, New Hampshire and Maine. It's southern terminus is located right off our dock in Old Forge, New York. The route's variety of flat water, swift water, and whitewater, on a range of rivers, streams, lakes and ponds provide extensive opportunities for canoe .

      The nonprofit Northern Forest Canoe Trail Inc. has done a great job of promotion. Over the past ten years, the group has put up kiosks in various towns along the route, organized paddling film festivals and volunteer projects, and published two books about the trail as well as a series of thirteen full-color maps.   The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT), formally incorporated in , winds for miles from Old Forge, in the western Adirondacks, to Fort Kent, Maine, on the Canadian border. Its interconnected waterways and portages trace paddling routes used hundreds of years ago by Native Americans and fur traders in New York, Vermont, southern Quebec, New [ ].

    The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is a mile water trail from Old Forge, New York to Fort Kent, Maine. The route travels through Saranac Lake where thru-paddlers often stop for respite, route information and re-stocking. The trail follows traditional travel routes used by Native American, settlers and guides. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail A Journey. No wind, a low sun, and cool air; a quiet morning paddle on a mirror lake where the only sound is the dipping of one’s paddle, and the low whoosh of the canoe as it breaks the fathomless plain; This is nature in all its glory.


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Northern Forest Canoe Trail by Northern Forest Canoe Trail Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) links the waterways of New York, Vermont, Quebec, New Hampshire, and Maine. This is the official guidebook to the whole mile trail and reflects the broad mission of the NFCT: To celebrate the rich human heritage and diverse natural environment of the Northern Forest by establishing a water trail that traces historic Native 4/5(15).

Books. Let us be your guide for your trip on the NFCT for a day, weekend or longer. Our books share the details you need to have a successful journey, as well as the history and images of this magnificent waterway. Guidebook of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail.

The Northern Forest Canoe Trail Through-Paddler's Companion: A guidebook to paddling the mile water trail from its western terminus in Old Forge, to the eastern terminus in Fort Kent 5/5(2).

The Waitsfield, Vermont-based nonprofit Northern Forest Canoe Trail organization began developing the Trail in to be a recreational resource for paddlers, as well as a means to celebrate the history and culture of the Northern Forest region and to provide an economic development driver for communities : Mountaineers Books, The.

The book has already earned placement in northeast US wilderness canoeing writing-after all, Laurie is now the first woman to solo thru-paddle (and portage) all miles of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) and she did it in a 13 foot canoe.5/5(32). The Waitsfield, Vermont-based nonprofit Northern Forest Canoe Northern Forest Canoe Trail book organization began developing the Trail in to be a recreational resource for paddlers, as well as a means to celebrate the history and culture of the Northern Forest region and to provide an economic development driver for communities there/5(2).

About the Author The Waitsfield, Vermont-based nonprofit Northern Forest Canoe Trail organization began developing the Trail in to be a recreational resource for paddlers, as well as a means to celebrate the history and culture of the Northern Forest region and to provide an economic development driver for communities there.5/5(1).

Published by The Mountaineers Books. A full-color waterproof map to the section of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail that passes through the northernmost regions of New Hampshire. Covers the route from the Connecitcut River east to Lake Umbagog on the NH-Maine border.

Completed inthe Northern Forest Canoe Trail is a mile water trail from Old Forge, New York to Fort Kent, Maine, that goes through private and public lands. The trail follows traditional travel routes used by Native American, settlers and guides. It is the longest inland water trail in the nation.

Find out what your Mission Fund gifts can do. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail celebrates 20 years of adventure, stewardship, and community. We can’t do this without you. Find out what your Mission Fund gifts can do.

The Northern Forest Canoe Trail celebrates 20 years of adventure, stewardship, and community. At the author journeyed miles in a small canoe, becoming the first woman to solo thru-paddle the Northern Forest Canoe Trail.

Upwards is her uplifting story of finding the inner strength and faith to achieve a dream, set amid the rich tapestry of the history, wildlife, landscapes, and people of New England/5.

The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is a member-supported, non-profit organization. Member dues allow us to carry out our mission to protect and steward our water trail and foster community vitality to promote inspiring outdoor experiences in the Northern Forest Region.

The new official guidebook to the mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail across New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and the province of Quebec. Guide features 22 rivers and streams, 56 lakes and ponds, 62 carries or portages, and three national wildlife refuges.

Illustrated with photos, both in color and black and white. Softcover. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail hosts screenings of Rapid Media’s Paddling Film Fest World Tour every spring.

We are excited to be able to share the year’s best paddling films with you. Membership. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is a member-supported, non-profit organization. Shop. Books. Maps. NFCT Logo Loot. Downloadable Maps. Specials. Clothing. NFCT Raffle.

Books. $ Add to Basket View. NFCT Map Set. $ Add to Basket View. New York 3-Map Set. New York Northern Forest Canoe Trail. Guidebook of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is raffling a Placid Boatworks Oseetah.

Five tickets for $20; one ticket for $5. All proceeds benefit Northern Forest Canoe Trail programs. Huge thanks to Placid Boatworks for their enduring love of the trail. Win a Placid Boatworks 14' Oseetah.

End to End. Thru-paddling the Northern Forest Canoe Trail is a challenging endeavor that requires considerable preparation beforehand and perseverance during the journey. It involves crossing large lakes, paddling upstream, and portaging for long distances.

The trip is not for everyone, but for those dedicated enough to take on the challenge. Hiking Books Northern Forest Canoe Trail. We currently don't have any books listed for Northern Forest Canoe Trail.

Feel free to contact us and recommend a book for this section. As always, I welcome this transition, but each time I do so with a small dose of seemingly incurable apprehension. The first step is always the hardest. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail The Official Guidebook Mountaineers Books, Softcover, pages, $ The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is a paradox.

It’s been around forever, but it was “completed” just four years ago. Whatever, we’re glad it exists. The NFCT is a mile water trail that follows Native American paddling routes. Northern Forest Canoe Trail, Waitsfield, VT.

6, likes 80 talking about this were here. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) is a mile water trail. Share this page with fellow /5(19). Northern Forest Canoe Trail Guidebook: Enjoy Miles of Canoe and Kayak Destinations in New York, Vermont, Quebec, New Hampshire, and Maine: Northern Forest Canoe Trail: Books - (15).The Waitsfield, Vermont-based nonprofit Northern Forest Canoe Trail organization began developing the Trail in to be a recreational resource for paddlers, as well as a means to celebrate the history and culture of the Northern Forest region and to provide an economic development driver for communities there.The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) is a mile (1, km) marked canoeing trail in the northeastern United States and Canada, extending from Old Forge in the Adirondacks of New York to Fort Kent, Maine.

Along the way, the trail also passes through the states and provinces of Vermont, Quebec, Location: Northeastern United States.