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++ 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). ++

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person in shorts jumping into swimming hole
by: Shannon Bryan

Hike & Swim: 20+ trail hikes that include a refreshing swimming hole dip

Summer heat calls for cool dips in Maine's lakes, rivers, and that refreshingly cold ocean - but first, a hike...
by: Shannon Bryan

Summit, skulls + scat: Hike and learn at Borestone Mountain Audubon Sanctuary

Borestone Mountain Audubon Sanctuary offers a pretty rockin' hike up Borestone Mountain and a small Nature Center chock full of...
by: Shannon Bryan

Murderer’s Cave! Hiking trails and homicidal history at Thorne Head Preserve in Bath

During our visit to the 96-acre Thorne Head Preserve in Bath, we didn't intend to go poking around inside the...

Day trip to Monhegan Island: Coastal hiking, cliffside yoga + Monhegan Brewing

You don't HAVE to take a 50-minute ferry ride to Monhegan Island to enjoy a day of spectacular hiking along...
by: Shannon Bryan

Boulders, ponds + a rad fire tower: Pawtuckaway State Park in Nottingham, NH

If you've been to Pawtuckaway already - located in Nottingham, New Hampshire, about an hour and a half from Portland...
by: Shannon Bryan

Camelot + Cutler Coast: Cliffside A-frame in Robbinston, hike the Bold Coast

You don't have to start every morning wandering the expansive beach at low tide scouting for sand dollars and marveling...
by: Shannon Bryan

Hike Mt. Washington in the winter with Maine Alpine Guiding

The northeast's tallest peak AND home to some of the worst weather in the world. Two reasons that make people...
by: Shannon Bryan

Trail run or easy hike with river views at Dodge Point Preserve in Newcastle

Dodge Point has 6.1 miles of trails and they're all lovely. (But come on, that Shore Trail, with its pine...
DOuglas mountain sebago summit
by: Shannon Bryan

Short hike + stone lookout tower on Douglas Mountain in Sebago

Enjoy a short hike up Douglas Mountain and climb up the stone tower at the summit to enjoy views of...
by: Shannon Bryan

Debsconeag Ice Caves: Climb inside this cool pile of heavy boulders

Stationed inside the Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area, just south of Baxter State Park, the ice caves were created by glaciers...
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