The Mountains and Lakes of Maine


Our trip to the Mahoosuc Range is nothing short of epic. Ranging from 3 to 4 days, we guide our campers through a rugged landscape in the far reaches of the White Mountains, straddling the New Hampshire/Maine border, that is home to one of the most renowned sections on the Appalachian Trail, which is characterized by the crossing of Mahoosuc Notch, a boulder field filled with caves and tunnels that campers have to navigate through to reach the other side. We traverse the range, summiting peaks such as Mt. Carlo, Goose Eye Mountain, Mahoosuc Arm, and Old Speck Mountain.


Beal Island is located close to Bath, ME and allows for an amazing basecamping canoe trip for younger campers. Not far off the mainland (that’s right, this is an ocean trip), Beal Island has an enormous beach for our campers to play on, in and out of the water, as well as a sizable island to explore when not adventuring around the other islands and sunken ships! This trip is usually 3 days.


Aziscohos Lake is a narrow lake in western Maine just over the border of New Hampshire and just north of Rangeley Lake. This lake offers long days of paddling and beautiful views from high above the water of the surrounding area. Sunsets here are particularly remarkable! This trip is usually 3-4 days.


Mooselookmeguntic Lake is an enormous, windy lake with beautiful campsites and plenty of opportunities for swimming and hanging out on the beach! This is an excellent canoe trip for all ages and usually lasts 3-4 days.