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Our latest adventures and your trip reports, from cabin to trail to river…

Spotting a 1000-pound moose can be one of the most exciting parts of a vacation in the Pine Tree State! Here are 6 tips from a Mainer on when, how, and where to see a moose in Maine....

The recent storm gave us 5" of snow, then some sleet and freezing rain, and finally a little plain old rain on top. With colder temperatures, groomers went out Wednesday and report that trails are smoothing out very nicely. Both Tuckers will be operating Thurs, Friday and Saturday nights. Overall...

If we were making a list of Maine’s best snowmobiling destinations, Moxie Falls would top the charts… and it’s only a little over 10 miles by snowmobile trail from our Adventure Resort. Take a ride with Luke D to the magic in our backyard woods at Moxie Falls…...

From Flagstaff Lake to The Forks where the Dead River joins the Kennebec River, runs 42 miles of flatwater, whitewater and the grandest of waterfalls. With hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling trails next to the river, and 8 white water rafting releases, exploring Maine's Dead River offers different adventures...

All snowmobile trail sections have been groomed an are in good to excellent conditions. Any rain should be easily absorbed by the deep snowpack we have. Things are forecast to cool off again on Saturday, so the groomers will be back out on the trails again on Saturday night....

A popular Maine snowmobiling destination (50 miles by snowmobile trail from Northern Outdoors,) is the B-52 airplane crash site memorial on Elephant Mountain - 15 minutes outside of Greenville, east of Moosehead Lake....