winter is the longest season in Maine, it isn't surprising that
outdoor activities in Maine are abundant once the snow flies (usually
in November ... but can come as early as October on rare occasions).
Please use this page to access all sorts of interesting winter activities
in Maine. Perhaps a dog sled trip would be a nice change of pace. Maine
has that and so much more.
MAINE DOG SLEDDING :
|Don and Angel Hibbs - Maine's Most Experienced Mushers
||"Our sled dogs are our extended famly and a very important part of our daily life, lives, year-round. Over the past 20 years, we have traveled 40,000 miles by dogteam in remote wilderness areas of Maine, Canada, and Alaska. We finis hed in the top ten of the 1995 Yukon Quest 1000 mile race and received the Vets Choice Award for for the best cared for team. More recently, we have placed 1st in the Labrador 400 mile event in Canada and are 3-time winners of Maine's Can-Am 25" race, The The Iditarod of the East."
• Proud Participant in the Can Am International Dog Sled Race
Don and Angel Hibbs can be contacted at: • PO Box 544 Millinocket, Maine 04462 (207) 731-8888 • E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Perhaps you'd like to have a go at building snowshoes? Contact the authority on the subject:
GUIDED SNOWSHOEING TRIPS:
A peaceful way to see incredibly beautiful places where wildlife abounds. A great way to get that fresh Maine air into you along with good exercise. Mountain views, waterfalls, the smell of pine, cedar and balsam awaits.
Ed Mathieu (Maine Guide)
"I have been guiding for over 15 years and will gladly show you the Maine wilderness which I call my office come share the adventure. "
191 North Dexter Road
Sangerville, Maine 04479
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ICE FISHING IN MAINE:
Ice Fishing on Moosehead Lake
Ice fish on over 1,000 feet of lake frontage on Moosehead Lake. Ice fishing opens January 1st and runs through March 31st. Rentals for icehouses and snowmobiles are readily available in the area. Wilson's on Moosehead Lake has private scenic trails to enjoy snow shoeing and cross-country skiing-you might even see some wildlife! Big Squaw Mountain Ski Resort is just 6 miles down the road. Enjoy downhill skiing and snowboarding without all the lines and the high prices! The ITS snowmobile trail can be accessed at the end of our driveway connecting you to the entire Moosehead Lake Area Trail System. The Groomer leaves right from our door! Gas, food, and free trail maps are available at Wilsons for your convenience.
Discover ice fishing in Maine with a stay at the lakefront cottages of Wilsons on Moosehead Lake, Maine - call 1-800-817-2549
Check out Tips for Ice Fishing in Maine - information to help make your outing a success.
Are you an older skier looking for new tricks? Did you begin Nordic skiing after the disenchantment of a frenetic lift-served slope? Maybe you started telemarking, or skating or teleskating and yet you are still searching for your niche on skis. Steve Crone from the Telemark Inn near Bethel, Maine has a suggestion for you. You need to try skijoring!
For a joy beyond description you need to borrow a little steam from your faithful four-legged friend. Skijoring utilizes the high spirit of the canine cruisers to inject the thrill of speed and the harmony found in the human/dog partnership into the serenity and joy of the natural setting of Nordic trails.
Contact Steve at the Telemark Inn, near Bethel and Sunday River at: 591 Kings Highway, Mason Township, Maine 04217 Phone: 207-836-2703 Cell: 207-731-6888. email@example.com