Snowshoeing Coastal New Hampshire and Maine

If you have not ventured out of the interior terrain in your area, with its fragrant evergreens,
whispering winds and hilly trails, then lift your head and smell the salt air. Snowshoeing coastal Maine and New Hampshire provides excellent opportunities … Continue reading

Hiking Blue Hill Mountain on the Maine Coast

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The rugged glaciated coastline of Maine is unique among U.S. states. Countless inlets, mountains, lakes and thousands of offshore islands give Maine visitors and residents unlimited opportunities for outdoor exploration and recreation in all seasons. Snowshoe enthusiasts can enjoy numerous … Continue reading

Acadia National Park: A Hiker’s Paradise

Too many visitors to Maine’s Acadia National Park drive the loop road along the rocky coast and never stray, but the loop road only covers about a third of the park’s 34,000 acres. To see Acadia is to walk, hike, … Continue reading

Hiking Maine’s Monhegan Island

The only way to get to this island that lies ten miles off the coast of Maine is by boat. Three ferry lines operate daily in high season, roughly June through August, one line running all year. No cars are … Continue reading

More Maine Snowshoe Trails: Western and Northern Maine

Northern and Western Maine comprise a huge area consisting of lakes, mountains, and streams rivers and of course thousands of miles of forests, including sections of the Appalachian Trail and all the way north to Mount Katahdin located in Baxter … Continue reading