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Lake Champlain is the largest body of fresh water in the U.S. after the Great Lakes, and at 120 miles in length and an average depth of 400’ and 12 miles across, everything about it is impressive. But more impressive than its size is its unspoiled beauty. In a state already known for conservation and back-to-nature vacations, Lake Champlain is the secret destination for a growing number of New England vacationers.
A new blog for the Northern Forest Canoe Trail will share news, events and insights along the 740-mile water trail. The canoeing and kayaking trail runs across the largest watersheds in the Northeastern from the Adirondack Park in New York to Vermont, southern Quebec, Canada; New Hampshire and northwestern Maine.