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Short Film: The Allagash- Canoe The Wild

  • Courtesy Jeremy T. Grant

    Courtesy Jeremy T. Grant

  • Courtesy Jeremy T. Grant

    Courtesy Jeremy T. Grant

  • Courtesy Jeremy T. Grant

    Courtesy Jeremy T. Grant

  • Courtesy Jeremy T. Grant

    Courtesy Jeremy T. Grant

  • Courtesy Jeremy T. Grant

    Courtesy Jeremy T. Grant

Canoe The Wild - The Allagash Waterway (Maine)

A short film produced (and paddled) by Jeremy T. Grant of the Timber Cross Film and Media. For more videos, please follow Jeremy on YouTube.

I don't even know where to start! I am so grateful for all of your support, so grab some popcorn and settle in for this weeklong adventure down the Allagash waterway!

This trip, start to finish, was something truly incredible and I could never have done it with out Master Guide Dave Conley, owner of Canoe the Wild.

I have been trying to go on an epic canoe trip for the past few years now and my mission was to capture Maine in a way that is rarely seen. I wanted to go to remote waterways to see the amazing wildlife and a sky with out any manmade light near by.

One of my biggest goals was to capture some epic moose footage. On this trip (requiring work before sunrise and after sunset), I was able to see 26 moose! And with an amazing amount of luck, I was one of only three or four people to ever get a permit to fly a drone in this amazing landscape, which was a privilege I was extremely grateful for.

The history, the landscape, the adventure, and the calm all in one. It was amazing.

I had the chance to jump in last minute and join a group of amazing people that were on the search for adventure like myself. The group was amazing- a few groups of friends, one who turned 70 the day he stepped off the river, and another couple of newlyweds that chose this as there honeymoon!

I am truly grateful for everyone of you and strive to continue to make better content for you all. If you enjoy it please make sure to show the video some love and tell a friend. And remember: Go Discover Something Awesome!!!

If you would like to experience this for yourself I cannot recommend Dave enough. Go check out his facebook page or his Canoe The Wild website.

-Jeremy T. Grant

The Film

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