They may not rise as high as their cousins, the Presidentials, in New Hampshire, but the Mahoosucs of Western Maine are a mountain range every bit as dramatic — and the trails that navigate them are as varied and challenging, whether you’re a hiker, a trail runner, or a mountain biker.
Is there any better place to celebrate the autumn than in Maine’s western mountains? Against a blazing backdrop of forested hills, the walkable and welcoming village of Bethel — and the towns and four-season ski resorts surrounding it — host some of the season’s best and most varied festivals.
For some, hiking’s biggest reward is not at the summit.
We considered every one of Maine’s 494 cities, towns, and plantations and asked our hearts: which places would we most like to call home?
Maine’s mom-and-pop community hills have a charm that the biggies can’t match.
There’s a little slice of heaven on Mooselookmeguntic Lake — and it doesn’t have showers.
Watch a time-lapse video by Irvin Serrano of the Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve as seen from the Height of Land.
Skiers and snowshoers find adventure and hospitality deep in the central Maine woods.
Fill up the tank and get behind the wheel. In a new book Dan Tobyne shares the best drives Maine has to offer.
Public Administration By Sara Anne Donnelly Photographed by Lori Prosser Public jobs account for a hefty share of the Maine workforce, and the Public…
Every February, Bridgton plays host to the Four Square World Championships and its colorful cast of characters. By Will Bleakley Photographed by Mark Fleming…
By Michael Burke Photographed by Mark Fleming Soup For You! Cafe 222 Broadway, Farmington, 207-779-0799 Over here is a young professor; over there the…