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  • Maine Kennebec River Ferry Temporary Closure

    UPDATE: Update: The Kennebec River Ferry (NOBO Mile 2,044.8) is expected to resume operation tomorrow, 07/04/2023.

    The Kennebec River Ferry (NOBO Mile 2043.4) is not running temporarily due to extremely high-water levels on the Kennebec River. Hikers should not attempt to ford the Kennebec River at any time. Dam releases upstream may cause sudden and rapid changes in water depth and current. Hikers should take an alternate route by shuttling around the Kennebec River until the ferry resumes its normal service. Hikers detouring around the Kennebec River will still be eligible for a 2,000-miler certificate.

    River and stream crossings elsewhere in the northeast may also be dangerous to ford or impassable. Hikers should exercise extreme caution and come prepared with extra supplies to either turn around, wait until waters recede, or find an alternative route.

    We will update this notice when we have more information.

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    Maine Kennebec River Ferry Temporary Closure
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