Quiet Water New Hampshire and Vermont: Canoe & Kayak Guide
by John Hayes (Appalachian Mountain Club Books)
© John Hayes/Appalachian Mountain Club Books. All Rights Reserved.
This is an excellent piece of water to paddle on. On the weekends the reservoir can get a bit crowded, so during those hot summer weekends I suggest you put in at the mouth of the Little River on the Stowe side of the reservoir. There is a lot of water to paddle on this side and there’s also an abundance of wildlife; loons, hawks, bald eagles, and beavers to name a few. This is also a great spot for fishing. Be sure to have your fishing license and your PFD with you at all times as the VT State Fish & Game wardens frequent this stretch of water.
Canoed the lake, rather than walked the trails. Beautiful scene, surrounded by the Green Mountains, in the shadow of Mt. Mansfield. A few motorized craft, but they went by.
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