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September

++ Get out (but, like, not too far). We all love and appreciate the positive effects of the Maine outdoors. Hopefully we’ll be back to all kinds of adventuring soon. But for now, press pause. The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry has some great advice: stay close to home, steer clear of busy locations, keep your distance (and stick to walking/hiking with folks from your household). ++

Month: September 2019

by: Shannon Bryan

Full Moon Paddle at Hirundo Wildlife Refuge in Old Town

Between the beaver spottings, the calm, winding waters of Pushaw Stream, and the big, bright moon lighting the way, a...
Rangeley maine bald mountain
by: Shannon Bryan

Adventuring in Rangeley: Hiking, paddling, and waterfalls all over the place

The wonders of Rangeley. There are way too many to count - and certainly too many to experience in a...
by: Shannon Bryan

Pub runs + running clubs in Maine: Running is better with friends

Whether you run just for fun or you're training for a particular race, running with other people can make those...
Two women boxing in garage
by: Shannon Bryan

Punch stuff: Boxing fitness classes at The Boxing Studio in Topsham

Lisa Kuronya Coombs teaches intro to boxing, intermediate boxing and conditioning, and a weekly drop-in boxing class at The Boxing...
woman standing in pond
by: Shannon Bryan

IT’S NOT FALL YET! Summer things you can still do in Maine

We still have three weeks to milk this season for all it's worth. So let's milk it. If you haven't...