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The Northern Forest Canoe Trail links 740 miles of nationally recognized waterways in the northeast US and southern Quebec. Enjoy maps and detailed info of the NFCT with this guidebook.
  • Full of Information detailing the variety of flatwater, swiftwater, and whitewater extending from New York, through Vermont, into southern Quebec and continuing on through New Hampshire and Maine.
  • Includes: Segment mileage and overviews, water type/river rating and paddle duration, season recommendation and current direction, put-ins and take-outs, portages, services and camping information along with warnings about hazards.
  • This guide book is full of pictures and a wealth of historical information and points of interest that will greatly increase your enjoyment of this scenic route.
  • Published by The Mountaineers Books, the nonprofit publishing arm of The Mountaineers Club, an organization founded in 1906 and dedicated to the exploration, preservation, and enjoyment of outdoor and wilderness areas.

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Subject Matter: Guidebooks
Author: Jim Rada
Copyright: 2010
Size: 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
Pages: 168


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Comments about The Northern Forest Canoe Trail Guide Book:

There is actually more information in the maps than there is in the guidebook. Save your money and just get the maps, unless you want some history of the NFCT.

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