Below are recommended trips and their durations. All durations are approximate and are dependent on weather, paddler's ability, group size, water levels etc. To view more information about each section click on the trip title to learn more about the trip.
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|Trip||Trip Length (Days and Miles)||Region||Summary|
|Bloomfield to Maidstone||Day trip||Scenic 10-mile trip with splendid mountain views.|
|Guildhall to Dalton||2-3 day trip||The Great North Woods||A lazy, two day trip along a placid and rural section of the river.|
|Canaan to Gilman||4+ day trip||The Great North Woods||Explore the wildest portions of the Connecticut River as it meanders through extensive floodplain forests, agricultural valleys, with excellent fishing, primitive camping, and mountain views.|
|Colebrook or Canaan to Maidstone||2-3 day trip||The Great North Woods||Three days in the north country, staying at two of the finest campsites on the river.|
|East Ryegate to Hanover||4+ day trip||The Upper Valley||51 portage free river miles...|
|Watson ParK to North Star Landing||2-3 day trip||Great two-day trip with easy logistics arranged by North Star Canoe Rentals.Includes Sumner Falls exploration.|
|Woodsville to Bradford||Easy 3 day family paddle with great sights, swimming and campsites. We camped at Harkdale and Vaughn woods. We paddled for 2-3 hours each day with 2 families each with 2 young kiddos.|