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Full Moon Paddle on Little Dyer Pond @ Hidden Valley Nature Center
Sep 13 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Full Moon Paddle on Little Dyer Pond @  Hidden Valley Nature Center

Spend the evening in the glow of the moon! Hike into Little Dyer Cabin at Hidden Valley Nature Center, where a rack of canoes await their passengers. Drift around the lake for an hour or so, then head back to the Barn for something to drink before hitting the road for home. A Midcoast Conservancy volunteer leader will meet you at the gate by the parking lot and accompany the group for the evening. There is a limit of 12 paddle participants with some space for riders in the middle!

FMI: www.midcoastconservancy.or

The Maine Woods Rambler @ Medawisla Lodge
Oct 20 @ 8:00 am
The Maine Woods Rambler @ Medawisla Lodge

The Maine Woods Rambler is a mountain bike ride sponsored by AMC and the Bicycle Coalition of Maine

Medawisla Lodge is hosting this family-friendly gravel grind with varying ride lengths and difficulty options.

Kids Route — 1.6 km
Smooth surface appropriate for all bicycle types (balance bikes included) and ages.

30km Route
Well maintained gravel roads will take you to views of clean lakes and local mountains, including Mt. Katahdin.
(Elevation gain — 1,500ft)

50km Route
This route circles around the beautiful Roach Ponds on well-maintained gravel roads plus small sections of more rugged terrain. Capture views of Mt. Katahdin and the surrounding western peaks.
(Elevation gain — 2,000ft)

100km Route
The queen route will have it all and offers riders the best of what Maine’s AMC lands offer. Primarily well-maintained gravel roads, but will also utilize more rugged sections that some riders may feel more comfortable hike-a-biking. Rugged sections are brief but necessary to accomplish the best adventure opportunity! Spectacular vistas of the mountains, lakes, bubbling brooks, and Mt. Katahdin.
(Elevation gain — 5,500ft)

Registration Options:
Registration fee – $45
Kids 12yr and under ride for free!

*Registration fee includes ride, Sunday BBQ from 2-4pm, and day use of canoes, kayaks, paddle boards and Medawisla Lodge. Lodging packages include dinners, lodging, breakfasts and trail lunches.

Start times:

8 a.m — 100km

9 a.m — 50km

10 a.m. — 30km

11:30 a.m. — kids race