TELOS & WEBSTER LAKE CANOE TRIPS
A very remote, but fun adventure, this 3 night canoe trip offers much for those willing to make the effort of finding solitude in the north Maine woods. A trip made famous by Henry David Thoreau on one of his trips to the "Maine Woods", it offers paddling in both the Allagash Wilderness Waterway (Telos Lake) as well as in Baxter State Park (Webster Lake). Between the two lakes is the famous Telos Cut, which can be run with proper water levels, but mostly this trip involves a 3/4 mile portage into each lake. The lakes offer fantastic views of Maine's highest peak, Katahdin, the fishing can be great, and wildlife is seen often.
Mostly a flat water canoe trip on Telos & Webster Lakes, the Telos Cut, built in 1841 in order to send logs south to Bangor mills, has plenty of challenging quick water for canoeists to learn paddle strokes and test their skills. Campsites each night will be lakeside and each day there will be plenty of time for relaxing, swimming, fishing, or moose watching.
This is a 3 night trip that can be done in spring, summer or fall. There is a portage around Telos Dam, and a portage back to Telos Lake from Webster Lake. A trip through history, Telos & Webster Lakes are another Maine treasure worth seeing and experiencing!
3 NIGHT / 4 DAY CANOE TRIP
$595.00/PERSON (minimum party of 4)
* Baxter State Park & Allagash Waterway camping fees
* Groups less than 4, please call for trip prices & details
(Party size and reservations are limited, please call in advance for information)
ALL BAXTER STATE PARK TRIPS INCLUDE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE PARK, MEALS, INSTRUCTION, MOST GEAR & EQUIPMENT AND GUIDE.