Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Maine
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Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Maine

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Maine has 6 whitewater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 06 to 15 miles in length. The most popular trail is Kennebec River: Harris Station Dam to The Forks (Route 201) and Mattawamkeag River: Mattawamkeag Wilderness Park to Lower Gordon Falls. Trails.com member Daniel S. recently completed Kennebec River: Harris Station Dam to The Forks (Route 201).
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This eTrail includes two sections of Maine's Penobscot River - West Branch: Seboomook ...
The Mattawamkeag is Maine’s longest undammed river, but it usually runs throughout the ...
The Magalloway is a close cousin to the Rapid. A little easier and not nearly as long ...
The Kennebec is released daily throughout the spring, summer, and fall at levels varying ...
The Dead River boasts one of the longest wilderness whitewater trips to be had in New ...
Blue Hill Falls is a tidal rapid on the coast of Maine between Penobscot Bay and Mount ...
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