The months of
April and May signify the beginning of canoeing season in Vermont.
High water levels from spring run off make for some excellent whitewater
canoeing and kayaking in waterways that are hardly a trickle in summer
months. Some of the rivers that we commonly guide both day and multiple
day canoe trips on throughout the spring summer and fall include:
the Winooski river, the White river, and the Lamoille river, all of
Vermont, the Connecticut, the Merrimack river, and the Androscoggin,
all of New Hampshire, and the Allagash Wilderness Waterway of northern
Maine. There are also literally thousands of ponds and lakes in northern
New England that offer some spectacular canoeing opportunities.
Spikehorn Ridge's Canoe Trips
Canoeing is a fantastic way to see the North Country and pursue your
outdoor hobbies. Our guides specialize in plant and animal identification,
ensuring that the diversity of life along a waterway will not go unnoticed.
Bird watching and nature photography are just two activities that
many people enjoy while on our canoe trips. The notion of getting
away from it all attracts many of our clients to pursue overnight
canoe trips in this breathtaking part of the world.