Half of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail is in Maine.
As the trail wends its way northeast through Maine’s Western Mountain Region, toward the Allagash, and into the St. John River Valley, it traverses some truly stunning country. Mountains and ponds, rivers and streams, and a healthy dose of wildlife. Plan one long haul or a trip a year with these six sectional maps covering the NFCT in the state of Maine.
Map set includes:
Map 8: RANGELEY LAKES REGION, Umbagog Lake to Rangeley Lake
Map 9: FLAGSTAFF REGION, Rangeley Lake to Spencer Stream
Map 10: GREATER JACKMAN REGION, Spencer Stream to Moosehead Lake
Map 11: MOOSEHEAD/PENOBSCOT REGION, Moosehead Lake to Umbazooksus Stream
Map 12: ALLAGASH REGION (South), Umbazooksus Stream to Umsaskis Lake
Map 13: ALLAGASH REGION (North), Umsaskis Lake to St. John River
Details per each map:
• Scale: 1:1,000,000 (1″ = 1.6 miles)
• Contour interval = 20m/60ft
• Folded size (4″ x 9.25″)
• Unfolded size (18.5″ x 24″)
Experience the rest of the longest water trail in the nation!
The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is divided into 13 sections, and each section has its own map with both route and interpretive information. See all maps here.