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|Location||Cambridge (NH), Errol (NH)|
|Length||16.7 miles, Network|
The Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge -- including shorelines of more than 10 miles of the Magalloway and Androscoggin Rivers, their backwaters and much of the 7,000-acre Umbagog Lake -- offers ample opportunity for exploration by canoe, kayak, or boat.
|Location||Barnet (VT), Bath (NH), Bloomfield (VT), Bradford (VT), Brattleboro (VT), Brunswick (VT), Canaan (VT), Charlestown (NH), Chesterfield (NH), Claremont (NH), Clarksville (NH), Colebrook (NH), Columbia (NH), Concord (VT), Cornish (NH), Dalton (NH), Dummerston (VT), Fairlee (VT), Guildhall (VT), Hanover (NH), Hartford (VT), Hartland (VT), Haverhill (NH), Hinsdale (NH), Lancaster (NH), Lebanon (NH), Lemington (VT), Littleton (NH), Lunenburg (VT), Lyme (NH), Maidstone (VT), Monroe (NH), Newbury (VT), Northumberland (NH), Norwich (VT), Orford (NH), Piermont (NH), Pittsburg (NH), Plainfield (NH), Putney (VT), Rockingham (VT), Ryegate (VT), Springfield (VT), Stewartstown (NH), Stratford (NH), Thetford (VT), Vernon (VT), Walpole (NH), Waterford (VT), Weathersfield (VT), Westminster (VT), Westmoreland (NH), Windsor (VT)|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced, Expert|
|Length||276.2 miles, One Way|
The Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail is a series of primitive campsites and river access points spanning 400 miles from the river’s headwaters to the Long Island Sound.
A group of partner organizations collaborate on developing and stewarding the trail. Since 2009, the Vermont River Conservancy has taken a leadership role in facilitating this collaborative effort.
Please visit www.connecticutriverpaddlerstrail.org for more information about the current status of the trail and for more information for visitors.
|Location||Berlin (NH), Cambridge (NH), Errol (NH), Gilead (ME), Shelburne (NH)|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||41.1 miles, Network|
The North Woods section of the Androscoggin River Trail is incredibly scenic, often wild, with both serious whitewater and peaceful flatwater. It also boasts excellent trout fishing and wildlife viewing.
|Location||St. Albans Town (VT)|
|Length||3.0 miles, Network|
There are 3 miles of shoreline, hiking trails, a nature center/museum, park store and food service, rowboat and canoe rentals, and places to swim and picnic.
Ferry service ($): Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.