During a fall paddle on Chauncey Creek in Kittery, were greeted by marsh grass, an audience of trees, and the easy-going tidal waters of the salt marsh as we navigated through the Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge toward Brave Boat Harbor.
Enjoy a short hike up Douglas Mountain and climb up the stone tower at the summit to enjoy views of the Maine Lakes Region - and maybe act out some dragon-slaying castle-saving fantasies.
During our visit to the 96-acre Thorne Head Preserve in Bath, we didn't intend to go poking around inside the hideout (and history) of a murderer. That just sort of happened.
Whether you've done some climbing before or your entirely new to it, a guided climb with Equinox Guiding Service will build your confidence and maybe even get you to challenge yourself more than you thought possible.
Fall means scenic bikes rides along colorful tree-lined streets, road races that end with beer and pizza, foliage paddles and so much more. Here are host of active things to do in Maine this fall!