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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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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...
by: Fit Maine

From 207: Maine hikes for fresh air + exercise

For those of us with a penchant for outside activity, the Maine outdoors are still open. For some destination inspiration,...
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

Peaks Island in the off-season: Battery Steele, quiet streets & a rope swing

Peaks Island is pretty sweet to see, even in the off-season. You can explore Battery Steele, climb the coastal rocks,...
by: Shannon Bryan

Snowshoe to Arethusa Falls, Crawford Notch, White Mountains

Trek through the snow-covered woods to see the frozen 160-foot Arethusa Falls in Crawford Notch. It's downright magical.
Ovens Mouth Preserve in Boothbay, Maine
by: Shannon Bryan

Hike Ovens Mouth Preserve in Boothbay: Coastal views on two peninsulas

Ovens Mouth Preserve is the perfect hike for new hikers, kid hikers, or anyone who wants to get into the...
mt major new hampshire
by: Shannon Bryan

Mount Major and the remains of Mr. Phippen’s hut in New Hampshire’s Belknap Range

If you've ever been on the summit of Mt. Major in New Hampshire's Belknap Range (located in Alton, just south...
by: Shannon Bryan

Walk the boardwalk, jog the bog at stunning Saco Heath in Saco

The 1-mile trail begins in the woods before the boardwalk begins, winding its way through the trees until the views...
Snowcoach snowshoe mt washington
by: Shannon Bryan

Take the SnowCoach up, snowshoe down Mt. Washington’s Auto Road

Get a ride up Mt. Washington to 4,200 feet on the SnowCoach, gawk at the views, and then enjoy a...
Fort Kent Outdoor Center
by: Shannon Bryan

Cross-country skiing perfection at the Fort Kent Outdoor Center

There are 25 kilometers of ski trails here (3 km are lit for night skiing) ranging from beginner to advanced...
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