This website is a compilation of kayaking routes in New England that the Boston Kayaker has paddled or
planning to. The trails are mostly flat water (up to Class II rapids) intended for "recreational kayakers".
Suggested trips 2 to 4 hours just like Goldilocks would like it: not too short and not too long! Below are some statistics about this website:
The Boston Kayaker found kayaking a truly enjoyable sport that takes you to places you will otherwise never see. All that paddling makes you fitter and healthier. Once you buy your gear--which a long long time-- the rivers and lakes are free to explore.
This is a non-commercial website with no advertisements. The Boston Kayaker will never try to sell you anything! Links to outfitters and other websites were provided gratis. Send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org for suggestions, comments and questions.
Enjoy kayaking fellow travellers! The great outdoors is waiting!
A sampling of this website's photo albums below.
- in Nottingham NH June 2012
- in Boston MA September 2013
The tall building in the background is the Prudential Tower where the Boston Kayaker
worked for 30 months (December 1997 thru June 2000).
On Willoughby Lake
- in Greensboro VT July 2013
- in Norton VT October 2013
- in Wayland MA June 2012
- in Norfolk MA July 2011
Looking for and finding the inlet for first time is like finding a hidden passage way to a secret world (of kayaking) . . . :)
- in Gill MA October 2010
- in L'Anse-Saint-Jean, Québec July 2010
Heading for the west side of the cove and then onto the Saguenay Fjord.
- in Hopkinton NH June 2010
- from Bartlett NH to Conway NH August 2009
The family that kayaks together stays together!
- from Thurmond WV to Fayetteville WV July 2008
- in Alexandria NH August 2011
- from Groton MA to Pepperell MA August 2011
- in Willow Beaach AZ April 2011
The river is also the state border dividing Nevada on left, and Arizona on right (when facing north upriver).
- in Taunton MA July 2010
- in Dartmouth MA August 2010