Sea Kayaking Trails in New Hampshire
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Sea Kayaking Trails in New Hampshire

11
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2 - 14 mi
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New Hampshire has 11 sea kayaking trails. These trails range from 2.5 to 14 miles in length. The most popular trails are Piscataqua and Salmon Falls River: Dover Point to South Berwick, Isles of Shoals: A Tour of Appledore, Duck, Smuttynose, and Lunging Islands and New Castle Island: Circumnavigation. Trails.com member Owolgamotpetra K. recently completed Great Bay.
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New Castle is not only one of New England’s oldest settlements, but also the only town ...
This easy paddle is great when you are up for a short paddle while visiting the area’s ...
This 7-mile-long barrier island is a refuge for more than 300 species of resident and ...
The only islands around, full of history and bold, rocky scenery.
Classic Lakes Region paddling—loons, mountain views, and wooded islands with camping opportunities. ...
A scenic paddle along the rocky New Hampshire coast. This trip explores the quiet stretch ...
A paddle along wooded shorelines and marshes with excellent wildlife-watching opportunities. ...
A quiet exploration of the islands and wooded shoreline between Portsmouth, New Castle, ...
This is a scenic trip up the historic yet built-up Piscataqua and is a good alternative ...
Great Bay, surrounded by rural countryside, provides an entirely different coastal paddling ...
The Isles of Shoals, 10 miles off the New Hampshire coast, is one of New England’s more ...
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