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Allagash Wilderness Waterway

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Allagash
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Allagash Wilderness Waterway, Maine

Travel back in time to a watery land that has been left unchanged for centuries and shows few signs that it was ever inhabited by humans. There are no permanent residents in the Allagash Read more...

Travel back in time to a watery land that has been left unchanged for centuries and shows few signs that it was ever inhabited by humans. There are no permanent residents in the Allagash Wilderness, which makes this New England treasure feel like the very ends of the earth. The Allagash River is 92 miles of serene wilderness, where paddlers will find class I and II rapids, quiet lakes, and towering waterfalls. The whole area is surrounded by dense forests full of wildlife and towering mountain peaks.

The Allagash is wild in the truest sense of the word, and your wilderness getaway should be well-planned. There are no stores for last-minute provisions, and cell phone service is spotty at best. Yes, you will give up your modern conveniences, but you will find so much more.

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