Maine Trail Finder - Search Results
|Location||Beaver Cove, Chesuncook Twp, Days Academy Grant Twp, East Middlesex Canal Grant Twp, Greenville, Kineo Twp, Lily Bay Twp, Little W Twp, Lobster Twp, Moosehead Junction Twp, Northeast Carry Twp, Piscataquis County Island, Rockwood Strip T1 R1 NBKP, Sandbar Tract Twp, Seboomook Twp, Spencer Bay Twp, T2 R12 WELS, T3 R12 WELS, T4 R12 WELS, T4 R13 WELS, T4 R14 WELS, T5 R14 WELS, T6 R13 WELS, T6 R14 WELS|
|Length||42.3 miles, Normal|
The 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail traverses some of the most scenic paddling country in the northeast. Section 11 of the trail includes historic canoe routes on Moosehead Lake and the West Branch of the Penobscot River into Chesuncook Lake.
|Location||Attean Twp, Bradstreet Twp, Holeb Twp, T5 R7 BKP WKR|
|Length||34.0 miles, Round Trip|
The Moose River Bow Trip is a popular, 34-mile scenic paddling loop in Western Maine, featuring lake and river paddling, brief whitewater, a few portages, and great opportunities to view wildlife, including moose!
|Location||Day Block Twp, T30 MD BPP, T36 MD BPP, T37 MD BPP|
|Length||10.8 miles, One Way|
The Machias River race course is in a beautiful, remote setting. The course covers a mile-long lake, then about nine miles of scenic flatwater interspersed with a few Class II/III rapids.
|Location||Big Moose Twp, Misery Gore Twp, Sapling Twp, Taunton & Raynham Academy Grant|
|Length||11.1 miles, One Way|
Paddle one of the two outlets from Moosehead Lake. See north woods scenery and wildlife while experiencing a mix of flatwater and modest whitewater along the start of the Kennebec River.
|Location||Falmouth, Gorham, Portland, Standish, Westbrook, Windham|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||25.5 miles, One Way|
The Presumpcot River flows 25 miles between Sebago Lake and Casco Bay, dropping 270 feet in elevation.The Presumpscot enjoys long and rich natural and cultural histories best experienced at water level: paddle a short section for a day trip, or paddle and portage the entire route from origin to coastal estuary.