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Long Lake Dam to St.John River Kayak & Canoe Touring on the Allagash River


Long Lake Dam to St.John River Info
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Put In:  Long Lake Dam
Take Out:  St.John River
Difficulty:  Class I , Class II , Portage Allagash Falls
Run Length:  44.25 miles
Streamflow Comments:  If you plan to run this at low water, knowing how to pole your canoe is a necessity.
Season Comments:  May, June, July
Primary Season:  High to medium water from Mid May through July. After July this section can still be run at low water.
Permit:  None presently required
Hazards:  At mile 30 portage Allagash Falls and the rapids just before it. Scout and portage from the trail on the river right bank.
Water Craft:  kayak,wwcan,raft
Wilderness:  Yes, look for moose and similar wildlife
Camping on River:  Yes, at designated campsites
Location:  In the Northeastern U.S. (ME), of