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Enock's Adventures: Penobscot River Trails
Enock's Adventures: Penobscot River Trails
This is a guest post written by Enock Glidden, MTF Accessibility Ambassador, Public Speaker, Adaptive Athlete, and Adventurer. To learn more about Enock, please visit his website. Hey fellow hikers! My final stop on my first northern Maine tour was…
October 28, 2022
Off-road, On-trail: Maine's Best Bike Paths
Off-road, On-trail: Maine's Best Bike Paths
If you want to get off the roads and onto paved or gravel bike paths, Maine has plenty of adventures to offer – and we’re not just talking about the famed carriage roads at Acadia National Park! Whether you’d like to cycle through the ocean…
July 21, 2022
How to Volunteer on Trails in Maine
How to Volunteer on Trails in Maine
From short paths connecting neighborhoods to downtowns to epic trails traversing mountain ranges, Maine is covered in trails. We list over 1,100 trail systems on Maine Trail Finder and are adding more new trails every month! All of these trails do…
June 24, 2022
Winter Fun with Kids: Trail Tips and Tricks
Winter Fun with Kids: Trail Tips and Tricks
Getting outside in the winter with the whole family can be a bit daunting – keeping track of everyone’s layers, mittens and gloves alone seems like it requires an organizational mastermind. Once out in the snowy landscape, however, the magic of…
January 29, 2020
Winter Wonders in Katahdin Woods and Waters
Winter Wonders in Katahdin Woods and Waters
“Wintery Mix” - that pleasant sounding euphemism for the rain-sleet-snow-ice that so often falls on the Maine coast. It was such weather that drove this snow-lover to spontaneously drive 3 hours north on a frigid (below-zero temps forecasted…
December 18, 2019
Above the Trees - 5 Maine Fire Tower Hikes
Above the Trees - 5 Maine Fire Tower Hikes
View from Deboullie Mountain, Photo credit: Bill Geller Trees are pretty important in Maine - so much so that our nickname is the “Pine Tree State” and our first flag featured a star and a tree. Trees are so important that in the early 20th…
November 5, 2019
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