Maine Roadtrip Challenge: See 6 Beautiful Covered Bridges in one Day

Maine Covered Bridges While most of Maine’s covered bridges have long since collapsed or fallen victim to nature, nine historic covered bridges still remain.  The oldest original covered bridge still standing in Maine is Hemlock Bridge built in 1857.  The newest original bridge is Watson Bridge built in 1911.  Two of the nine bridges, Babb and … Read more

Height of Land: Ultimate vantage point worth the stop

Panoramic Views     If you’re traveling in the Rangeley region of the state, be sure to stop at Height of Land.  This roadside rest stop overlooks Mooselookmeguntic Lake and the valley.  You’ll have the best view of the Rangeley Lakes Region and surrounding mountains, too.  The Appalachian Trail passes close by this roadside stop.  … Read more

Debsconeag Lake Wilderness Area: Explore the Ice Cave! [with Driving Directions]

An Incredible Natural Wonder I took some time this past weekend to head north and spend some time in the shadows of Katahdin Mountain.  My first adventure took me to the Debsconeag Ice Cave, which is definitely worth the trip!  This is a moderate hike and takes just about half an hour to hike once … Read more

Maine’s best & most beautiful road trips – Drive the Scenic Byways

Maine’s scenic byways offer more than beautiful views of forests, mountains, the ocean, and waterways.  They are also gateways to Maine outdoor recreation opportunities for every season.  Explore one of our sixteen scenic byways and discover your next adventure! Quick Jump – Select a Region Below: The County (Fort Kent, Caribou, Presque Isle, Houlton) Highlands (Bangor, … Read more

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