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The Adventure

 

Legendary wilderness teacher Gardner Defoe and 15 of his students, new and old, unite from all across the country for one last canoe trip on Maine’s remote Allagash River.
The adventure quickly tests the group, who put into action Defoe’s life lessons that transformed them years ago, when they encounter the unexpected…
rekindling what makes them family.

 
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Trailer

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Gallery

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Screenings

 

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Allagash Wilderness Waterway

Follow Defoe's path, or plan your own trip.  Get more info at: www.maine.gov/allagash 

2-3 Day Trip

Henderson Bridge (bridge above Round Pond) to Allagash Village. Take out at Michaud Farm for a two day trip.

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2-3 day Lake paddling

From Indian Stream to Churchill Dam or Churchill Dam to Indian Stream.

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4-5 day trip

Umsaskis  to Allagash Village or even Churchill Dam to Allagash Village. Or Churchill Dam to Michaud Farm. Or Allagash Lake to Chamberlain Bridge – this takes in the wildest part of the waterway but depending on the year, Allagash Stream can get low in July and August.

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The Gardner Defoe Allagash Access Grant

The Gardner Defoe Allagash Access Grant was established to help fund canoe trips for young people. Donations provide future generations with important opportunities to discover and develop life skills through outdoor adventure and education. Contact us to learn how you can contribute.