Much of Maine goes into hibernation in winter. Indeed, in some parts of the state, entire villages become virtual ghost towns. Not Fort Kent.
In Aroostook County, a ragtag troop of Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans converges on a wilderness school for nine weeks of camping, canoeing, and self-discovery. Can they find what they’re looking for in the Maine North Woods?
The Sochi Olympics are over, but we wondered, could Maine ever host the Winter Games? We asked Sugarloaf’s two-time gold-medalist snowboarder Seth Wescott to weigh in.
Poutine, cream puffs, brownies, lobster, and more. Grammy’s Country Inn takes Maine comfort food to another level.
Extra photos from our February feature on the Jack Mountain Bushcraft School.
A six-year-old Amish community works together to survive.
Fill up the tank and get behind the wheel. In a new book Dan Tobyne shares the best drives Maine has to offer.
Hiking Maine’s Leg of the (Incredibly Long, and Still Lengthening) International Appalachian Trail. By Robert Moor Photographed by Jerry Monkman ne day last summer…
An evening snowshoe across a frozen lake to see the northern lights turns into a fight for survival.
The flying squirrels in Mark Bloomer’s backyard have become Fort Fairfield celebrities.
Aroostook County potato farmer Jim Gerritsen leads organic growers’ fight against genetically modified foods.
Where to go for the best art gallery, seaside campground, music venue, wilderness adventure, and sun set. Photograph by Will Bleakley PLAYING Seaside Campground …