P.O. Box 202, Oquossoc, Maine 04964info@rangeley-maine.com

Northern Forest Canoe Trail

Flagstaff Lake in Eustis Maine

The north and south branch of the Dead River join in the Flagstaff Lake, forming the Dead River. Pictures above: South Branch of the Dead River.


 

NORTHERN FOREST CANOE TRAIL: Locally, this trail comes up through Umbagog Lake, the Richardson Lakes, Mooselookmeguntic and Rangeley Lake, and continues with a long portage to the south branch of the Dead River. Spring is the ideal time to run this route, when melting snows raise the area’s water levels, although the lakes and ponds can be paddled from Spring to Fall. Canoeist should plan on spending approximately two to five days on this local section of the trail. A detailed, color map, which includes local hiking trails, can be purchased from the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust for $5.95 plus tax. Please write to: Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust, P.O. Box 249, Oquossoc, ME 04964, or call 207-864-7311.

 
LOCATIONS ALONG THE NORTHERN FOREST CANOE TRAIL (Sections 8 & 9)

 

RELATED RANGELEY LAKES REGION & FRANKLIN COUNTY DIRECTORY LINKS:

 

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