Long Lake to Tupper Lake and Raquette River
45-50 miles with 1-3 portages over the 5-day trek
A challenging lake and river trip.
St. Regis Wilderness Area
23 miles with 6 fairly easy portages over the 5-day trek
Enjoy a delightful variety of ponds connected by short portages and a hike up St. Regis Mountain.
Upper Oswegatchie River
10-50 miles with up to 2 portages over the 5-day trek
A true wilderness round trip with many beaver dams. This trek is dependant upon river flow and blowdown conditions.
Bog River to Lows Lake
24-30 miles with 2 portages over the 5-day trek
Easy paddle up Bog River to designated campsites. Some good hiking.
5-30 miles with NO portages over the 5-day trek
Beautiful wild lake with mostly state owned shoreline. Optional hikes to waterfalls and low mountains.
Fulton Chain Lakes/Old Forge to the Saranacs
90-100 miles with 10 portages over the 11+ day trek
A great challenge for strong participants. Resupply twice.
Lake Champlain Kayak Trek
50-75 miles over the 5-day trek. Max. Group Size: 10 participants, 2 staff
A challenging week of sea kayaking and camping on America’s Sixth Great Lake where some of the greatest inland sea kayaking can be found.
This trip is for older (14+), more experienced scouts. Ocean water conditions likely. Kayaking or boating experience is helpful but not needed.
Summit Base Kayak Trek
Travels along the Lake Champlain Paddlers' Trail which opened in 1996 to provide a safe, recreational corridor on the lake for human-powered craft.
Today, the Trail includes 43 locations in New York and Vermont on public and private lands, providing access to more than 600 lakeshore and island campsites.
Treks travel to the most remote areas of the lake and voyage into the Vermont Islands as far north as North Hero State Park and East to Burton Island.
- Adirondack Canoe Map
- Adirondack Paddlers Map
- Northern Forest Canoe Trail Map
- Long Lake to Saranac River
- Adirondack Paddlers Guide by Dave Cilley
- The Northern Forest Canoe Trail: Official Guidebook
- Paddling Through Time by The Northern Forest Canoe Trail
- Adirondack Canoe Waters: North Flow by P. Jamieson and D. Morris
- The Appalachian Mountain Club: Quiet Water New York by Haynes and Wilson
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