Chimani founder Kerry Gallivan finds his way out of the rain and into the wilderness.
Mount Desert Island
At Acadia National Park it’s been a celebration of the century -all year long. To jump into the one-hundreth anniversary of the U.S. National Park Service and of the adored Acadia on Mount Desert Island, we stay a couple of
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
Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff At the top of Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park, my fiancé and I pass by cars with license plates from across the country and move through groups of people speaking different languages.
by Augusto Rosa I was raised in southern Brazil. I left home for a three-month post- graduate course in Barcelona in 1986 and have lived “abroad” ever since. The last thing I ever imagined doing was living in the United States, but
by Kelly Clinton | Photograph by Trent Bell In the dense forests, out on the ocean or in the middle of a lake on a boat, lie on your back and look up—Maine’s night sky swarms with stars. This
Everyday moments in Maine documented by those who live in and love our state This photograph captures the sunset at Otter Cliff in Acadia National Park—a quieter end- of-day lookout to the north. The tide was high and the waves
Throughout the state, trails wind through forests, uphill to views, downhill to base; they extend over bridges and snake alongside streams. As temperatures dip and snow spills over the state, trails serve a new purpose: cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff: Steve Kelly, Associate Publisher, Maine Home+Design and Maine magazines Steve Kelly, Associate Publisher, Maine Home+Design and Maine magazines When I was growing up, my parents would take my sister and me camping