CT River Paddlers’ Trail Map Now Available!

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

The Vermont River Conservancy, in partnership with the NorthWoods Stewardship Center, is pleased to announce a Wilderness Map Company publication:


Waterproof Recreation Map & Guide

Vermont – New Hampshire

Cover of Map

The Upper Connecticut River contains some of the most appealing landscapes of New England.  This double-sided map is the most complete and ever made of the waterway to serve paddlers, boaters, fishermen, bird lovers, and casual tourists.

Unique design details include:

  • Waterproof, ten parcel, two sided map covering 280 river miles
  • All river based recreational facilities (Access points, primitive campsites, campgrounds, portage trails, points of interest)
  • Business of interest to visitors (oufitters, lodging establishments, convenience stores)
  • Other recreational opportunities (side hikes, bike routes and paths, museums and cultural attractions)
  • Natural and cultural history insights
  • River mileages for access points and campsites
  • Recommended river trips and their durations
  • Folds to a 4″ x 9″ size and fits snugly into a counter-top brochure holder for easy display and sales.  Un-folded copies will be provided for display.

The map comes on waterproof plastic-stock and costs $9.95.  All map proceeds support trail stewardship.

Buy Yours Now!

This map was designed through the collaborative efforts of over fifteen regional organizations working to develop the paddlers’ trail.

For more information or wholesale orders, contact:

Luke O’Brien, luke@northwoodscenter.org, 802-723-6551 Ext. 117


Noah Pollock, noah@vermontriverconservancy.org, 802-540-0319

This map was developed by the Vermont River Conservancy, the NorthWoods Stewardship Center, the Vermont Department of Forest, Parks & Recreation with additional support from the Vermont Recreation Trails Program and the Tillotson Foundation.

Visit the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail for more information.

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