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Source to Sea Day 12- Livermore Falls to Twin Bridges (Leeds, ME)

  • Monday, July 23, 2018
  • 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Livermore Falls and Leeds Maine


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Registration is closed
Due to weather and low water, this leg has been cancelled. However, the tour at Norlands is still on. Please register on line for the tour as we will be providing lunch. Tour starts at Norlands at 1:30PM. Click this link to Norlands Living History Center.

Though longer than most of our legs, this idyllic paddle through West Central Maine farmlands is interrupted by two class two rips. Experienced paddlers only, please.
Meet at 8:30 at the Livermore Falls put-in off foundry Road just below the Livermore Fallls Dam

After the paddle we will tour the Norland's Living HIstory Center in LIvermore. Click here to view the website and address. The Center has been kind enough to open for us on this leg of our journey down the river. The center will be open from 1:30 to 4 for our group to tour. If the paddle gets cancelled either due to too low water levels or rain, we will still tour the Norland's Living History Center. 290 Norlands Road, Livermore Maine 04253.

Trip leaders: Perry Risley

River Event: Experienced Paddlers Only 

Livermore Falls to Twin Bridges (Leeds) followed by Norlands Living History Center 1:30 PM. You do not have to paddle the section to go on the tour of Norlands.

Put in: Beneath Livermore Falls Dam off Foundry Road in Livermore Falls.  Small dirt parking lot.  N44°28.850' W070°12.050'

Take out: Twin Bridges (Googin’s Island) in Turner.  A paved lot on the island.  Take out on river left side of the island. N44°20.516' W070°11.261'

Total paddling distance: 11.2 miles

Shuttling directions: Turn right out of the parking lot.  After .3 miles, make a slight right onto Route 133.  After 5.1 miles, turn right onto Route 106/County Road.  After 4.3 miles, turn right onto Route 219.  After 2.1 miles, cross the first of the Twin Bridges and turn left into a parking lot on Googin’s Island. 


A long paddle.  The river is distant from the road so it is very quiet.  A few stretches of rapids up to class II+.  The first stretch is known as the Tolla Walla rapids.

Click below for map.


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