The East Branch Penobscot River flows south of Matagamon Lake, east of Baxter State Park. The first day downriver on this Maine adventure brings a paddler to a series of five falls, requiring a portage of canoe and camping gear. Grand Pitch is tallest and most beautiful in autumn. The deeper legacy of the East Branch extends from today's Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, back to the log drives of the 1900's, followed by 6000 years of post-glacial stewardship by the people of the Wabanaki Confederation.
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