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Good times on the Dead River!

 

Last Blast refers to this weekend's HUGE water trip on the Dead River. It's arguably one of the best times to run the Dead River, with water in Flagstaff Lake being released to make space for spring melting! Maine foliage reports (including our Forks Area report) show our region with "moderate" to "high" color change right now, making it an awesome weekend to be in a tree-lined river gorge. Get one last outdoor adventure in before the seasons change and the snow flies --- but for you snowmobiliers or skiiers out there, things are looking pretty bright for the 2020 winter :) 

Do you believe the farmer's almanac? Whether you've seen it or not, we know some of you are thinking SNOW because our cabin bookings for snowmobiling are already kickin' in! Join us for opening weekend and celebrate New Year's Eve 2020 with us-  snowmobiling season will be here before we know it!

 

Farmers Almanac 2020

OK- back to the season at hand. It might be the Dead River's Last Blast this weekend, but the Kennebec is still crankin' through the long weekend! It's a great time to pitch a tent or book a cabin tent (Maine woods glamping) and get a campfire going for some s'mores. Don't let fall slip away without doing something FUN outside with friends & family!

 

Camp Out!

 

Even after rafting season is done, our restaurant and resort are open for leaf peepers and road trippers through October, and will continue with limited restaurant hours through November for our Maine deer hunters! Maine fall foliage is still approaching peak in our region, so the beautiful colors should hold on through the long weekend of October 13th. Stay tuned to our area report on every Wednesday to see where we're at! There are tons of hikes in this area, beautiful dirt road drives, and other ways to catch the fall foliage...what about a fishing trip through the Kennebec River gorge?!

Get out there and enjoy the weather while it's here!

See you down river (or on the trails),
Emily Yearwood 

 

 

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  • ITS 86 east towards Greenville – intown has plenty of snow and is in good shape. However, it does get beat up because of heavy traffic. Once out of town just 1 mile, things improve. Good shape all the way to the ITS 88 intersection. Power Line section at Moxie Pond is fine.
  • Kennebec River Trail – good snow all the way through from town to Northern Outdoors.
  • Bald Mountain Trail – we were unable to get this opened up this week. The big storm kept us busy on the ITS trails. It’s on the agenda for next week.
  • ITS 87 south towards Bingham –  in fine shape. Great cruising all the way with some great views of Sugarloaf Mtn and the Bigelow Range.
  • Pleasant Pond Trail – will not be opened this season, due to a winter long logging operation. Several miles of plowed roads.
  • Kennebec River Trail – good snow all the way through from town to Northern Outdoors.
  • Bald Mountain Trail – we were unable to get this opened up this week. The big storm kept us busy on the ITS trails. It’s on the agenda for next week.
  • ITS 87 south towards Bingham –  in fine shape. Great cruising all the way with some great views of Sugarloaf Mtn and the Bigelow Range.
  • Pleasant Pond Trail – will not be opened this season, due to a winter long logging operation. Several miles of plowed roads.
  • ITS 86 east towards Greenville – intown has plenty of snow and is in good shape. However, it does get beat up because of heavy traffic. Once out of town just 1 mile, things improve. Good shape all the way to the ITS 88 intersection. Power Line section at Moxie Pond is fine.
  • Kennebec River Trail – good snow all the way through from town to Northern Outdoors.
  • Bald Mountain Trail – we were unable to get this opened up this week. The big storm kept us busy on the ITS trails. It’s on the agenda for next week.
  • ITS 87 south towards Bingham –  in fine shape. Great cruising all the way with some great views of Sugarloaf Mtn and the Bigelow Range.
  • Pleasant Pond Trail – will not be opened this season, due to a winter long logging operation. Several miles of plowed roa

  • ITS 86 east towards Greenville – intown has plenty of snow and is in good shape. However, it does get beat up because of heavy traffic. Once out of town just 1 mile, things improve. Good shape all the way to the ITS 88 intersection. Power Line section at Moxie Pond is fine.
  • Kennebec River Trail – good snow all the way through from town to Northern Outdoors.
  • Bald Mountain Trail – we were unable to get this opened up this week. The big storm kept us busy on the ITS trails. It’s on the agenda for next week.
  • ITS 87 south towards Bingham –  in fine shape. Great cruising all the way with some great views of Sugarloaf Mtn and the Bigelow Range.
  • Pleasant Pond Trail – will not be opened this season, due to a winter long logging oper

Todays Outdoor Adventure Report

Emily Yearwood
River Guide and Mom to a new river baby
Old Canada Road National Scenic Byway
The Forks, ME 04985

Our mailing address is:

Northern Outdoors
1771 Route 201
Old Canada Road National Scenic Byway
The Forks, ME 04985