The Wilhelm Reich Museum located in Rangeley, is a historic site and nature preserve comprising of 175 acres of fields and woodlands, a system of trails, conference center, and the Orgone Energy Observatory… [Read more…]
Daggett Rock, located in Phillips is Maine’s largest glacially transported erratic. It’s quite the sight to see and can be reached by an easy .2 mile hike into the woods… [Read more…]
A wicked nice morning to enjoy all the fresh snow and excellent conditions! How can you not smile… [Read more…]
Maine Huts and Trail’s vision of preserving Maine’s natural beauty and remote areas, while providing adventurous year round outdoor activities, continues with the addition of their fourth hut. Located in Carrabassett Valley, at the foot of the breathtaking Bigelow Range, the Stratton Brook Hut offers views like no other and ample opportunities for outdoor recreation. See the video below to learn more and see construction in progress.
Also to keep everyone informed Maine Huts and Trail’s Cayce Lord stopped by the WSKI TV studios to bring us up to speed on the latest and greatest. Not sure what all this hut to hut business is all about? Well, watch Cayce’s interview below to learn more.
The 75th anniversary celebration of the completion of the Appalachian Trail, held at Sugarloaf was a great success. The trail runs right through the western mountains of Maine and there are tons of spots to take advantage of the trail. Folks from all around enjoyed the mountain atmosphere, hiked the AT to the plaque and site of the last connection of the trail, enjoyed chairlift rides and a huge celebration at The Rack BBQ. For more information on the AT here in Maine, visit www.matc.org or appalachiantrail.org. Get out and enjoy “the peoples trail”.