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PostPosted: August 31st, 2020, 10:01 pm 
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Hi folks -
Looking for a 3-5 day trip with some ww in the ME/NH/VT area (even northern NY would be ok) that we could run in September. Alternatively, a playboat trip that could keep us entertained for a similar period on one or multiple rivers.
Thanks in advance!
Christian

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PostPosted: September 1st, 2020, 6:48 pm 
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VA paddler wrote:
Hi folks -
Looking for a 3-5 day trip with some ww in the ME/NH/VT area (even northern NY would be ok) that we could run in September. Alternatively, a playboat trip that could keep us entertained for a similar period on one or multiple rivers.
Thanks in advance!
Christian



Do your rain dance. Sept and WW are usually mutually exclusive.

Only exception MAY be the Dead River. And that is a day trip. Same for the Kennebec. Depending on water flow both are about 15 miles of class 2-4.

All the rest of our rivers are boulder fields

https://amcbostonpaddlers.org/documents/river-releases/

The St Croix is miserably low now.
The Allagash has a recent rain almost got to trippable levels and is now receded again to reinstate the Allagash Hiking Trail Above 1000 is what you want.
https://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv?01011000

The Pemigewasset we looked at today was a: a boulder field and b: nothing but sand depending on what stretch you were looking at.

W. Branch of the Penobscot is miserable low but aside from a mile of rough getting in and out and not much real whitewater a nice three to six day trip.. But it involves lakes to make that long a trip.


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