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Trail Activity Paddling
Location Alburgh (VT), Enosburg (VT), Grand Isle (VT), Highgate (VT), North Hero (VT), Sheldon (VT), Swanton (VT)
Difficulty Easy, Moderate, Advanced
Length64.7 miles, One Way

The 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail traverses some of the most scenic paddling country in the northeast. This section crosses Lake Champlain and follows the Mississquoi River through prime bird habitat at the Mississquoi National Wildlife Refuge.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Brunswick (VT), Cambridge (NH), Dummer (NH), Errol (NH), Maidstone (VT), Milan (NH), Stark (NH), Stratford (NH)
Difficulty Easy, Moderate, Advanced
Length72.4 miles, One Way

The 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail traverses some of the most scenic paddling country in the northeast. The NFCT follows three main rivers through New Hampshire - the Connecticut, the Upper Ammonoosuc and the Androscoggin.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Bethel (VT), Granville (VT), Hancock (VT), Hartford (VT), Pittsfield (VT), Pomfret (VT), Rochester (VT), Royalton (VT), Sharon (VT), Stockbridge (VT)
Difficulty Easy, Moderate, Advanced
Length57.5 miles, One Way

A paddle trail with access points along the White River, Vermont's longest free-flowing river

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Chelsea (VT), Royalton (VT), Tunbridge (VT)
Difficulty Expert
Length15.3 miles, One Way

With an upper section that is ideal for whitewater enthusiasts at the right levels and a lower section that can be paddled into the summer months, the First Branch of the White River provides adventure for paddlers willing to portage

Trail Activity Horseback Riding Paddling
Location Salisbury (NH), Webster (NH)
Difficulty Moderate, Advanced
Length10.5 miles, Loop

Blackwater Dam provides miles of trails for horseback riding, and excellent paddling and fishing opportunities along the river.

Trail Activity Hiking Walking Paddling
Location St. Albans Town (VT)
Difficulty Easy
Length3.0 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.