From a rentable sauna to the midcoast’s newest indoor climbing gym, here are our top spots for warming up this season.
These three communities are best known for their beaches and lighthouses, but they’re also rich with art and antiques, incredible food, and plenty of dog-friendly activities.
A trip to the hometown of Sugarloaf Mountain, known as one of Maine’s winter sports havens, is a snowy delight for every type of adventurer.
How AMC’s Steve Tatko aims to preserve Maine’s forest ecosystem for future generations to enjoy.
Follow along to the snowiest corner of Aroostook County for a lesson in walking on clouds.
A seasoned group of hunters and their dogs search for the ghost of the forest in Maine’s North Woods.
Located next to the clear waters and dramatic Alpine vistas of Kezar Lake, Lovell is a place where Western Maine rusticity meets bygone-era glamor, making it a nostalgic spot for a weekend getaway.
The 30-Year Bird Project studies the impact of forestry and climate change on Maine’s breeding birds.
Join a group of paddlers as they glide through Maine’s impressive waterways in late fall and early spring.
Whether you’re a hiker, a fisherman, or a village vacationer, here are the five spots to book this fall.