With Labor Day in our rear view mirror, Maine's fall foliage will be popping bright reds, yellows and oranges before your know it. Enjoy Maine this fall with a relaxing hike in the crisp fall air. Here are some easy hikes in Maine to enjoy the fall colors.
Maine has so many places that even the natives might not know about. Maine is a great state for day trips and with summer here, maybe a family day trip is in your future. Here's one day trip that you might want to take, Gulf Hagas, is often called the Grand Canyon of Maine.
Ah, summer in Maine. So many places for the outdoors person to explore. Onlyinyourstate.com has come up with their list of '12 Trials You Must Take In Maine If You Love The Outdoors.' Here's there list and tell us where your favorite trails are.
Memorial Day is one week away and Maine has 36 state parks and 1 national park for us to enjoy this summer. If you are like me, you tend to go to the same state parks year after year. Here's a handy guide of the state parks in Maine. Maybe this year you can explore a new state park.
With the snow gone and temperatures reaching the 60's on a somewhat regular basis, hiking season in Maine is underway and the website onlyinyourstate.com has an article called '10 Incredible Hikes Under 5 Miles In Maine'. If you prefer to hit the trails without toting a backpack full …
Colorado resident Scott Jurek set a new world record in hiking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine in 46 days, eight hours. That beats the previous record held by Jennifer Pharr Davis by three hours.
November 17th is 'Take a Hike' Day. We'll leave the interpretation of whether that means an walk through the woods or to tell somebody to get lost! Hiking today in Maine could be a chilly one with snow, ice and rain falling.
We are almost one month into winter and after a cold and snowy start we have received a nice little January thaw. It's been great with enough snow for skiers and to snowmobile without it being a very harsh winter. Of course, we still have two months of winter left!