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New York Canoe waterways

Franklin County offers a variety of Canoeing opportunities to suit your level of ability along with maps to see. Please scroll down the list to find your canoe route.

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A Classic Adirondack Canoe Trip

This canoe trip begins at Old Forge in Herkimer County and runs northeast through the heart of the Adirondack lakes region, ending up at either Blue Mountain Lake, Tupper Lake, or Saranac Lake. This trip takes about a week and takes you through a great diversity of environments. This route can also be broken up into several day trips. A suggested itinerary is shown below.

Day 1 - Old Forge to Eighth Lake Campground. Distance 18 miles.

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Day 2 - Eighth Lake to Forked Lake Dam. Distance17 miles or Eighth Lake to Blue Mountain Lake 19 miles.

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Day 3 - Forked Lake Dam to Lost Channel leanto on the Raquette River. Distance 17 miles.

Day 4 - Lost Channel to Axton. Distance 13 miles.

Day 5 - Axton to Toms Rock leanto on Lower Saranac Lake. Distance 14 miles.

Day 6 - Toms Rock leanto to Saranac Lake Village via the Saranac River. Distance 10 miles.

Please remember if you bring it in, make sure you bring it out!!!
Always leave an area the way it was before you got there - Lets keep the Adirondacks Waterways Clean!!

St. Regis Canoe Area

The largest designated Wilderness Canoe Area in the Northeast. There are countless day trips traveling from pond to pond including a local favorite, "The Seven Carries Route".

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Salmon River

Quite a few canoeable sections in the 5 to 8 mile range. Make sure you get the right river as there are 4 Salmon's in the Adirondacks.

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Saranac Lakes Chain and Saranac River

The headwaters of the Saranac River consist of about 40 ponds and lakes around the north end of Upper Saranac Lake. Get a copy of "The Adirondack Canoe Map" which shows these many pond-hopping routes. The three large interconnected lakes - Upper Saranac, Middle Saranac, and Lower Saranac provide numerous opportunities for paddling and camping. A 17 mile canoe trip can be made from Upper Saranac to Lower Saranac. Side trips include Weller Pond and Ampersand Mountain.

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