Gary is happy to help us kick off the Trek on the Magalloway in the Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge
Steve and Peggy on the Magalloway
Cindy takes the bow (Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge)
A goofy group rafts up for lunch (Pontook Reservoir)
Posing in front of a new kiosk at Pontook Dam
Taking off from Nansen Wayside Park to head to Berlin
A beautiful evening in Berlin
Paddling through the boom piers in Berlin
Heather from North Woods Rafting mixes business with pleasure
Setting off from Shelburne Dam
Allen and Patty love the northern sections
The Fearnsides use the Trek as an excuse to exercise their 100+ year-old canoe
Snaking through shallow spots in Shelburne
Setting off from Gilead Bridge
Lunchtime in Gilead
Perry waits for folks to catch up
Paddling through the hillsides in Hanover
Taking a break in Hanover
A great group from Maine Adaptive Sports and Recreation joined us from Bethel to Hanover
Paula taking it easy in Hanover
Single file in Hanover
Mexico's new boat launch has a great view of the mill
A calm day in Jay
A shady spot in Jay
Deanna paddles by the mill where her husband works in Jay
Zack paddles by the Verso mill in Jay
We saw a bunch of these....
Taking off near farm fields in Turner
Sneaking up into a horseshoe-shaped island in Turner
Mary Jane in Gulf Island Pond
Pulling into the best lunch spot on the Trek in Gulf Island Pond
Posing on Lunch Island
The light at the end of the tunnel in Lewiston
Landon and Saranne are urban explorers in Lewiston
Margi and Eve in Lewiston
An excited bunch of paddlers in L/A
Poking around at the base of Great Falls
Great Falls panorama
Ferg in Durham
Drifting around an island in Durham
We survived the portage around Pejepscot Dam
We made it to Brunswick!
Perry (center) paddled the whole Trek this year, and Gabe and Larry racked up enough days to claim they've paddled the whole thing over the course of a few years. Congrats to all!

Androscoggin Source to the Sea Trek

The Androscoggin Source to the Sea Trek is the ARWC's signature event.  Each year we attempt to paddle the majority of the Androscoggin's 170+ miles, welcoming paddlers to join us for one day or many as we celebrate the Androscoggin's revitalization over the past generation. The river is an incredible resource for paddling and fishing, home to abundant wildlife on every stretch, and an asset to the communities on its banks, and we believe the best way to understand the river is to experience it first-hand. 

"Thank you for another satisfying day on the Androscoggin! Mexico to Dixfield was my very first time on a river.  Center Bridge to Lewiston was my second.  Each time I pushed what I thought were my limits and came away filled with satisfaction...I want to thank all of you who helped me on the treks.  Your help and advice was crucial in enabling me to enjoy this wonderful experience...Your kind thoughtfulness is truly inspiring.  Next month I will celebrate my 74th birthday.  This gift of 2 days on the river counts as one of the best birthday presents ever.  Thank you all for making it happen."

 Mary Jane Beasley of Minot, ME had this to say about the Trek

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