close
Archive by Category "Hiking" (Page 2)

++ 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). ++

Hiking

category
wood sauna set in the woods blanketed by fresh snow and sun shining through the trees
by: Shannon Bryan

Hike and Sauna Saturday: Pleasant Mountain + Nurture Through Nature, Denmark

Hike and Sauna Saturday combines a scenic mountain ascent and ends with you contentedly sweating your brains out in a...
Murderer's cave at thorne head preserve in bath
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...
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

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

Hike the Bold Coast at Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land (plus camping at Cobscook)

There are 10 miles of trails here, including 3.5 miles of coastal trail, where you can look down into the...
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...
hiking yoga with yoga on york
by: Shannon Bryan

Hiking yoga on Mount Agamenticus with Yoga on York

Do mountain pose ON A MOUNTAIN! Hike Mount Agamenticus in York and enjoy yoga on the summit, under the open...
Cliff Trail maine
by: Shannon Bryan

Hike the Cliff Trail for water views & fairy houses during the Harpswell Hiking Challenge June 1-2!!

Woods are good. Water views are wonderful. Toss in a fairy house village and you've got yourself a fine hiking...
Fitness station at Beaver Park in Lisbon
by: Shannon Bryan

70s-era workout stations + easy hiking trails at Beaver Park in Lisbon

This family-focused park off Cotton Road has seven miles of easy-going trails, as well as two regulation softball diamonds, picnic...
by: Shannon Bryan

Fall at Maine Huts and Trails: Self-service season is a great time to visit

Late fall is an ideal time to visit Maine Huts and Trails. It's self-service season, which means you'll bring and...
1 2 3 4
Page 2 of 4