In its third full year, the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument provides visitors with secluded retreat.
The year-round New England Outdoor Center is deep in the frozen white of February when we venture to the Katahdin region to rev up, ski, and ride through a couple days of snow play
With 57 varieties of broadleaved trees, Maine offers more than enough opportunities for fall leaf peeping, one of the season’s most popular activities. In the northern counties, leaves begin to hit peak color in late September, followed by central and … Continue reading
And the man who led the drive to conserve 87,563 acres of the northern Maine woods.
Throughout Maine, trails are carved through woods and by waterways, giving hikers access to notches, remote lakes, and birds-eye views of the states wildest terrain. Fresh air to breathe in, sun on your skin, and the quiet peace of the … Continue reading
From all over the world, hikers come to stand on top of Katahdin and look out at Maine’s ancient and seemingly infinite wilderness. On a clear day, you can spot the shapes of Bigelow Range in the distance as well … Continue reading
Get your s’mores ready for roasting and your tent pitched: it’s time to camp. Every year Mainers head up to camp in droves, all seeking their sliver of vacationland. If you don’t happen to own a lakehouse or coastal retreat—or … Continue reading
A-LIST-January 2014 By Katy Kelleher We are lucky to live in Maine. This is a place where beauty runs free and wild, where the breathless awe of something larger, something grander, can be found on beaches and mountain tops, … Continue reading
48HRS – Online Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Katy Kelleher Katy Kelleher, Online Editor Friday I’ve lived in Maine for less than a year. Maine is still new to me, and I to Maine. But I’ve … Continue reading
A-LIST-October 2013 By Katy Kelleher Photograph by Sean Thomas Photography 01 Hussey’s General Store Windsor Rumor has it that this is the largest general store in the state of Maine, an idea that’s reflected in the no-nonsense slogan: “If we … Continue reading