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This was Canoe the Wild’s 4th Allagash canoe trip this August. Beginning on Churchill Lake skipping the larger headwater lakes. We experienced rain, sun, thunder showers, listened to loons, watched an early morning moose feeding and viewed the night sky without light pollution!  We had first timers and Roy who did the trip 4 times (over 45 years ago) with the St. Croix Voyagers as a young teen. Back then he paddled the Allagash in a wood canvas canoe, slept in a canvas tent and nobody wore life jackets! Times sure have changed! St. Croix Voyager Groups would often get to the Allagash by paddling up Moosehead Lake from Greenville, portage into the West Branch of the Penobscot River via the Northeast Carry which is the route of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, paddle up Umbazooksus Stream and portage gear and canoes via the Mud Pond Carry (1.7 mile) over to Mud Pond then into Chamberlain Lake. On some trips they paddled and dragged upstream to Coucmogomoc Lake on their way to Allagash Lake then down Allagash Stream to Chamberlain Lake. It was an all summer affair! Check out our 2020 schedule  for Allagash canoe trips, 4 to 7 days in duration: https://canoethewild.com/2020-schedule/

Another Canoe the Wild 4 day Allagash canoe trip guided by Tammi and Andrew. the perfect trip for those wanting an experience on Maine’s famed Allagash River but not wanting to be gone for a week or more. While many come to Maine just to do this trip, others will combine it with other destinations while on their Maine summer vacation  including time spent on the Maine coast at such destinations as Acadia National Park, Boothbay Harbor Region and Portland which has become quite the destination for fine dining.  Be sure to check out our 2020 schedule for Allagash canoe trips and other Maine canoe trips from 3 days to a week or longer. Photo credits: Tammi Matula

Another Canoe the Wild St. Croix River canoe trip. this one five days with 2 families. This one meet in Vanceboro and ended at Kellyland. The check out our canoe trips for 2020 which include trips on the Allagash, West Penobscot, Bonaventure and East Penobscot Rivers. Photo credits: Andrew Gibbs, Peter Howorth and Dima Tylik

Canoe the Wild guided canoe trips.  Here are a few pictures from four canoe trips this summer on the Bonaventure, NE Mistissibi and West Branch of the Penobscot Rivers. Here is a link to our August 2019 Canoe trip schedule with openings on the St. Croix and Allagash Rivers, 3,4 & 6 day in duration. We hope you can join us!

June in the chic Choc Mountains of the Gaspe Peninsula of Quebec is the time to paddle the Bonaventure River. With lots of lively but not over the top whitewater, A 7 day and 6 night trip is ideal. Here is a group of mostly college age students from a church youth group in PA. It’s not too early to star making plans for 2020 on the Bonaventure River!  Contact Dave Conley of Canoe the Wild for more information!

 

Our 5th canoe trip this month! this one guided by Tammi Matula. and Andrew Gibbs. The Allagash is our number one trip for spotting moose and other wildlife. Makes for a great Maine family vacation, choose 4 to 8 days, part or the entire wilderness waterway. Pictures taken by Tammi Matula. click here for Canoe the Wild’s 2019 schedule.

June 9-16, 2018, A week long whitewater canoe trip on the Bonaventure River of Quebec!  Good water level, awesome weather, great people and virtually no bugs! 16 people, all ages. Great fun for the whole family and makes for a great Maine summer vacation. Please visit our summer 2018 schedule to join us on a Maine adventure, 3 to 6 days in duration on the St. Croix and Allagash Rivers. Contact Dave Conley of Canoe the Wild for more information.