Maine Trail Finder - Search Results
|Location||Allagash, Fort Kent, Saint Francis, Saint John Plt, T11 R13 WELS, T12 R13 WELS, T13 R12 WELS, T13 R13 WELS, T14 R12 WELS, T15 R10 WELS, T15 R11 WELS, T18 R10 WELS|
|Length||79.7 miles, One Way|
The 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail traverses some of the most scenic paddling country in the northeast. Section 13 of the trail follows the northern Allagash Wilderness Waterway into the St. John River until it reaches Fort Kent, the eastern terminus of the trail.
|Location||Bangor, Bradley, Brewer, Eddington, Indian Island, Milford, Old Town, Orono, Veazie|
|Length||15.5 miles, One Way|
Enjoy the fast-moving, free-flowing lower Penobscot River, with three significant rapids (Class II - III) at the locations of former dams and one short portage around the remaining Milford Dam.
|Location||Brunswick, Chebeague Island, Harpswell, Long Island, Portland|
|Length||20.0 miles, One Way|
The Maine Island Trail is a 375-mile recreational waterway that spans the entire coast of Maine. Islands in Casco Bay -- Eagle, Jewell, and Little Chebeague -- as well as access points are featured.
|Location||Bigelow Twp, Carrying Place Town Twp, Coplin Plt, Dallas Plt, Dead River Twp, Eustis, Flagstaff Twp, Lang Twp, Rangeley, T3 R4 BKP WKR, T3 R5 BKP WKR|
|Length||54.0 miles, Normal|
The 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail traverses some of the most scenic paddling country in the northeast. Section 9 of the trail explores the Dead River and Flagstaff Lake.
|Location||T3 R7 WELS, T4 R7 WELS, T4 R8 WELS, T5 R8 WELS, T6 R8 WELS|
|Length||26.7 miles, One Way|
Follow the route taken by Thoreau and his Penobscot guide in 1857, as they traveled down the East Branch of the Penobscot River. Paddle through an area rich in history, scenery, and wildlife, including native brook trout and landlocked and sea-run salmon.