What to Do
Wizards, witches, and tin men — they’re all in Phillips this fall.
In Boothbay Harbor, children and adults alike get in touch with one of man’s greatest fears.
Take classes at a Maine lighthouse.
Mainers have long enjoyed virtually unlimited cross-country skiing both in backyards and in the backcountry. In recent years, though, many skiers have been smitten with the smooth groomed trail systems at ski centers, golf courses, and even on farms across the state. Here are a few, arranged alphabetically by town, to consider.
From big resorts like Sunday River and Sugarloaf to small-town favorites like Lost Valley and the Camden Snow Bowl, Maine's alpine ski areas offer plenty of terrain to keep you challenged even during the longest of Maine winters. Why not make it your personal mission to try them all this season?
This fine walking tour of Portland offers the opportunity to learn about the city's political past while enjoying the fine Maine outdoors.
Maine has scores of trails and peaks to conquer. Here are twenty of our favorites.
Like all good things, Glen Mittelhauser began working as a biologist at a remote coastal bird refuge by accident.
“I went to The College of the Atlantic for graduate work and fell in love with the area, and just never left,” he said of landing in quiet Gouldsboro more than two decades ago. “It fell in my lap.”