The Gift that Fits Any Size Outdoor Enthusiast Looking for a gift for that outdoor enthusiast on your list who has everything? Looking for something really unique, fun, and comes with lifelong memories? We’ve got the perfect gift for any age or skill level- a trip with a Registered Maine Guide or Master Maine Guide! Continue Reading Maine Holiday Gift Guide- Give the Gift of Adventure!
Get Ready to Explore Maine’s Snowmobile Loop Trails this Winter Maine’s snowmobile loop trails are popular with snowmobilers who love scenic rides without covering the same trail. You can plan day and overnight rides and see everything from scenic mountaintop views to frozen waterfalls along the trails. The three most popular loop trails are locatedContinue Reading Maine’s Best Snowmobile Loop Trips
Die-hard road-trippers only Are you ready for a mega summer road trip challenge? Well here is a great one for you- visit the four corners of the state of Maine! The Madawaska Four Corners Park is landmark dedicated to long-distance motorcycle riders completing the Southern California Motorcycling Association’s Four Corner Tour. The tour takes ridersContinue Reading Road Trip: Maine Four Corners Experience Tour
Location of Maine’s Abandoned Ghost Trains Eagle Lake Township, T8, R13 WELS DeLorme: Map 55, D5 | GPS: 46.322469, -69.375147 A historical tale unfolds One of the most exciting adventures I’ve had is visiting the abandoned “ghost trains” in the North Maine Woods region. Reaching the locomotives isn’t for Sunday drivers. You either need aContinue Reading Find the Abandoned Locomotives in the North Maine Woods
Maine Covered Bridges While most of Maine’s covered bridges have long since collapsed or fallen victim to nature, nine historic covered bridges still remain. The oldest original covered bridge still standing in Maine is Hemlock Bridge built in 1857. The newest original bridge is Watson Bridge built in 1911. Two of the nine bridges, Babb andContinue Reading Maine Roadtrip Challenge: See 6 Beautiful Covered Bridges in one Day