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Safety: Be a Safe and Respectful Paddler –
Paddling conditions will vary according to the weather and season, so always exercise caution and always wear a lifejacket. With good judgment and proper equipment, the risk associated with paddling can me minimized. Respect the natural world and the rights of landowners, and be considerate of other outdoor enthusiasts. Paddlers should seek to avoid causing erosion, trampling vegetation, disturbing wildlife, and harming water quality.
Ecology: Stop the Spread of Aquatic Invasives –
When moving from one body of water to another make sure to do the following to stop the spread of invasive aquatic organisms:
- Visually inspect your craft and remove plants, mud and debris
- Eliminate water from all of your equipment
- Clean and dry anything that came into contact with water
- Wear quick-drying shoes

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There are many access points to the NFCT in New Hampshire. Parking areas are marked by icons on the map. For more information, visit the Northern Forest Canoe Trail website.