Two Day
Canoe & Kayak Trips

  • Axton Landing to Raquette Falls on the Raquette River

    1-2 Days – Scenic river travel. Unobstructed, gentle current. Optional hiking along the Falls and beyond. Fine swimming, good fishing, birds, ducks, beaver, otter and deer usually seen along route. Return via the same route. 12 miles Look at Route

  • Bog River Flow/Lows Lake

    1-5 Days and 1 Portage – Beautiful non-motor boat wilderness area with a gentle river, quiet ponds and a large island studded lake. From scenic overlooks to remote ponds with plentiful bird life, several hiking options, nice primitive campsites along the way, a great place to spend time and explore. Good fishing. 6-26 miles Look at Route

  • Round Lake

    1-2 Day, no Portages- A non-motor boat beautiful channel widening to a pristine lake with plenty of camping, picnicking and swimming spots at numerous beaches. Optional hike along a scenic outlet. A great trip for beginners or experienced alike looking for a shorter and relaxing trip. 2-8 miles.

  • Little Tupper Lake

    2-3 Days, 1 optional Portage – A large non-motor boat pristine lake with many bays and islands to explore. Plenty of camping and swimming spots. Paddle a narrow winding channel to visit Rock Pond for a fun addition to the trip. Great kayaking, often windy. 2-14 miles

  • St. Regis Canoe Area to Tupper Lake

    2-4 Days and 1 Portage – A combination of lakes, ponds, river and stream travel through beautiful scenic waterways. Optional side trip to Raquette Falls. 35+ miles. Look at Route

  • St Regis Ponds Area

    1-5 Days and 10-14 Portages – The numerous ponds each one having its distinctive character are remote and prohibit the use of motorized vehicles. How deep into this area you travel is limited only by how far you are willing to portage your boat. Whether it is one portage or five, this area doesn’t disappoint. Look at Route

  • The Saranac Lakes

    2-5 Days and 1-2 Portages – Great camps, mountain scenes, island studded lakes, sandy beaches and mountain hikes, a set of locks between middle and lower Saranac. Designated/fee campsites. 20-30 miles. Look at Route

  • Little Tupper Lake to Lake Lila Traverse

    2-4 Days and 5 portages – A very challenging route with carrys not fully established but flagged. You need good route finding skills in this remote motor-less wilderness trip but worth the effort. 18-22 miles. Look at Route

  • Lake Lila to Lows Lake/Bog River Lower Dam

    2-3 days, 4 portages. A very challenging but beautiful wilderness route with rough carry trails not fully established.You need good route finding skills for this wilderness traverse. 20-25 miles Look at Route

  • Fish Creek Ponds Loop

    1-2 Days and 4 Portages – A popular loop exploring 7 ponds and a creek. Small portages, relatively flat and well used. Great for those looking to become more comfortable portaging a boat. Several ponds of varying personalities, striking creek travel that adds contrast to the more open water of the ponds. 6-12 miles. Look at Route

  • St. Regis Canoe Area/ Nine Carries

    1-4 Days and 9 Carries – Classic wilderness trip in a beautiful non-motor boat area. Occasional beaches with sandy swim spots, great fishing and camping. Optional hike up Long Pond Mountain. Strenuous area with several portages of varying difficulty rewarded with a greater sense of the remote. 13-18 miles Look at Route

  • Oswegatchie River (East Branch)

    2-4 Days – A small remote wilderness stream trip up to beautiful High Falls with optional hikes into the Five Ponds Wilderness Area. Return via the same route. No motorized vehicles. 2 optional portages, although occasional carries over beaver dams should be expected. Wildlife in this remote area include beaver, muskrat, numerous boreal birds, deer and even moose. Look at Route

  • Paul Smiths through the St. Regis Canoe Area

    1-3 Days and 6 portages – A combination of pond, stream and lake travel and a great hiking option up St. Regis Mt. Known as The “SEVEN CARRIES” route including the 3 St. Regis Lakes. 9-12 miles Look at Route

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