From a quiet evening paddle spent on a glassy Adirondack Lake to the thrilling rush of whitewater on the lower Clyde River; from a languid day trip observing water fowl on the Connecticut River to a multi-day canoe camping trip following the paddle strokes of Henry David Thoreau through the great north woods. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail offers numerous interconnected vacations, traversing miles of diverse waterways and landscapes. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is a 740-mile water trail tracing historic travel routes across New York, Vermont, Qu bec, New Hampshire and Maine. It is the longest mapped inland paddling trail in the Northeast contiguously flowing from its western terminus in Old Forge, New York to its eastern terminus in Fort Kent, Maine. Novices and expert paddlers alike will find dozens of paddling adventures awaiting discovery on this extraordinary water trail. This unique Planning & Paddling Log complements all thirteen official Northern Forest Canoe Trail, Inc. maps. It includes checklists and journal pages for recording trip highlights helping to ensure each adventure will be memorable for years to come. And who knows-perhaps someday each entry will add up to all 740 miles Looking to thru-paddle the trail-in one season? Check out The Northern Forest Canoe Trail Through-Paddler's Companion, also by Katina Daanen. The "Companion" was written specifically for people intending to paddle the trail in it's entirety beginning from its western terminus and ending at its eastern end.
About the Author
Katina Daanen is the author of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail Through-Paddler's Companion, a guidebook to paddling the 740-mile water trail from Old Forge, New York to Fort Kent, Maine. In 2011, Katina completed a through-paddle of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, one of less than 50 paddlers to have done so at the time. She is currently in the process of repaddling the entire trail in sections.