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For 18 years Atlantic Climbing School has offered world-class rock climbing courses in Acadia National Park and in the Camden Hills. We specialize in instructing first-time climbers. Half day and full day courses are available for individuals, couples, families and groups of all ages and ability levels. We guarantee the best instruction, the most experienced guides and of course, the most rewarding rock climbing experience you’ll ever have. We are the only School in Maine to have our entire staff certified by the American Mountain Guides Association. Add a little adventure to your vacation and come climbing with Atlantic Climbing School!-All equipment provided.-Low client to guide ratios
Named BEST OF MAINE 2009 by Down East Magazine!
Accredited by the American Mountain Guides Association
Located in Millinocket, Maine the Appalachian Trail Lodge is a family home that was originally constructed in 1901 as a boarding house and has hosted Appalachian Trail hikers since 1988. After finishing the AT in 2006 Paul(Ole Man) & Jaime(NaviGator) Renaud made the AT Lodge their home and now offer a full hiker service at the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail.During the summer, the AT Lodge serves as both a starting and ending point for hikers on the Appalachian Trail. Whether you are just beginning your journey or have hiked more than 2000 miles to get here, the Appalachian Trail Lodge is your destination In the winter, the AT Lodge is perfect for those hearty individuals who come to the area for cross country skiing, snow shoeing, winter hiking or snowmobiling.
The Appalachian Trail Lodge is a great base camp to enjoy the Katahdin region, no matter what the season. Penobscot Avenue Millinocket,Maine 04462 207.723.4321
207.731.5801(cell ) firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.appalachiantraillodge.com/
Camera enthusiasts and adventurers can explore the surrounding woods and thrill at the sight of their first moose, deer, bear, partridge and beaver or enjoy picking abundant wild strawberries, raspberries and blueberries.Hikers can take a leisurely walk down a quiet wooded trail or a challenging climb up Big Squaw, White Cap, Big Spencer or Mt Kineo. Mt Kineo, located directly opposite our docks, rises majestically out of Moosehead Lake forming a 700 ft.. flint cliff.
Ron & Bonnie Searles
P.O. Box 176
Rockwood, Maine 04478 email@example.com
Summer Tel. 207 534-7725 www.mooseheadlakelodging.com
Family Vacations at Loon Lodge include hiking, canoeing, kayaking, or just plain relaxing. We have short day hikes to interesting destinations. The canoe enthusiast will find many miles of water to explore. Wildlife abounds in the area and every one from the bird watcher to wildlife photographer will have plenty to see. Stargazers will find the stars bright and clear away from the lights of the big cities. Ray & Leslie Cooley
P.O. Box 404
Millinocket, ME 04462
. Grant's Camps is nestled along the shore of Kennebago Lake, 9 miles in from private gate that protects the unspoiled beauty and unsurpassed fly fishing. We like to think of the gate, not as a way of keeping people out, but as a way of protecting this pristine wilderness area so many more generations of guests can enjoy its timeless splendor. Grant‘s Kennebago Camps consist of a main lodge, dining room and 18 cabins. The cabins are very comfortable and all have private baths with hot showers. All cabins have wood stoves and most are supplemented with electric heat. All cabins have a screened in porch and a view of the lake as well. Cast and Blast Bring along your fly rod as our lake is open to fly fishing during the month of October. A warm day will stir the Brook Trout and Salmon which are all aglow in their fall spawning colors. A traditional Rangeley boat with motor is waiting at your dock in front of your camp. It is sure to be some of the most spectacular fishing of the season !
Our Phone Number: 1-800-633-4815 Mailing Address:
Grant's Kennebago Camps
PO Box 786
Rangeley, ME 04970 firstname.lastname@example.org
Here's your chance to come see Maine’s largest waterfall, Moxie Falls,or come hiking on the Appalachian Trail in Maine with U.S. Rafting. This trip will start by meeting your guide at our base lodge, Fifteen Mile Stream Outfitters and getting a pre-trip safety speech. The Appalachian Trail is challenging but rewarding with a minimum age of 8 years old. The AT is a 2,170 mile stretch that starts at Springer Mountain in Georgia and runs to Mount Katahdin in Maine. This hike is the Pleasant Pond Mountain portion in Caratunk, Maine. Hike scenic Mosquito Mountain and enjoy the 360 degree panarmoic views. You can see Mosquito Pond, Moxie Pond, nearby Pleasant Pond Mountain, Sugarloaf and Mount Katahdin. When you get to the top, there is a great photo spot by the American flag that is planted at the peak and you can sign the guestbook to let future hikers know you were there.
C/O Bill Lyons
P.O. Box 633
Assonet, MA 02702
Tel. (508) 942-5331
FUN-Your Maine white water rafting trip combines the thrills of the water flume rides at Six Flags, Disney World or Busch Gardens with the awe of Mother Nature surrounded by the scenic beauty of the rock-walled Kennebec River Gorge and evergreen forest of the fast flowing Dead River, Maine has more miles of white water rafting than all the rest of New England and New York combined.Magic Falls offers a variety of lodging and camping for your Maine white water rafting adventure. Along with lodging, our base facility has showers and changing facitilies, a recreation pavilion, hot tub, the area's only 25 foot outdoor climbing wall, volleyball, 1/2 court basketball, and complimentary float tubes for tubing on the Dead River.
Our vast woods offer many wildlife sighting opportunities with thousands of acres of paper company and Maine Public Lands to explore - much of which is accessible year round. Deer, bear, coyote, fox, bald eagle, osprey, waterfowl, and of course, North America's tallest land mammal, the moose, can be found here. The Upper Kennebec Valley region offers an incomparable fall foliage experience with some of the most breathtaking views in New England.Late spring and summer months bring a variety of paddling opportunities for all skill levels, whether you canoe, kayak or prefer the whitewater.This region is also noted for the portion of the Appalachian trail that crosses the Kennebec River to Caratunk and traverses Pleasant and Bald mountains. From your cabin or campsite, backcountry roads and trails provide excellent hiking or biking.
Ken & Pam Christopher - Post Office Box 40 - West Forks Maine, 04985
phone: 207.663.2121 - toll free: 866.663.2646 - fax: 207-663-2122 - email@example.com
Nestled in the Western Mountains of Maine lies the Upper Kennebec Valley and the little town of Bingham, home of Gateway Recreation and Lodging. The low key lifestyle of the town was preserved in 1998 when Gateway Recreation and Lodging was established as a four season resort for the outdoors person in all of us. Come visit and see what the outdoors in Maine is all about.The Upper Kennebec Valley is a vacation wonderland for all outdoor enthusiasts. The region sports two of Maine's premier whitewater rafting rivers, (the Kennebec River and the Dead River). The Appalachian Trail is available for hiking, as well as numerous trails which will take you to scenic waterfalls or up beautiful mountains. Abundant wildlife is available for hunting or photography. Countless miles of A T V RIDING TRAILS & snowmobile trails including ITS 87 are accessible right from your cabin. The fishing opportunities range from any number of small ponds in the area which are home to native Maine brook trout to the Kennebec River which is home to a self sustaining population of rainbow trout. Late September brings an explosion of color over some of the most beautiful scenery in the state. Accommodations at Gateway Recreation and Lodging consist of 7 new housekeeping cabins with private baths and full bedding for 6 to 8 people. As you can see, the vacation possibilities are endless at Gateway Recreation and Lodging. US Route 201, Bingham, Maine
1 800 440-0053
Flat-Iron Pond Wilderness Cabins offer a unique alternative where you can experience the solitutde, beauty and serenity of nature in the wild. There are no crowds or noises so often present at other resorts and vacation areas. Just the peaceful, unspoiled beauty of the Maine wilds. Your vacation will be surrounded by pristine forests and is situated on picturesque Flat-Iron Pond. So plan a trip with family or friends, and discover yourself in God's country.Walk in the woods, hike Mount Katahdin at Baxter State Park, enjoy whitewater rafting on the Penobscot River, swim, kayak, picnic lakeside, or simply enjoy the wildlife and serenity on Flat-Iron Pond. Our Wilderness Cabins put you in the middle of it all.
207-266-2802 or email firstname.lastname@example.org