Maiden’s Cliff

Jess and I decided to check out some trails in the Midcoast Area in our extended fall season. Maiden’s Cliff in Camden, Maine was a great quick-ish hike, perfect for beginners and also very pet friendly! We did a loop – to get the most miles in, but there’s many variables of this hike, and all take you to the same stunning view! Parking for […]

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Beech Cliffs to Beech Mountain

Hey! It’s DD. Jess, Nick and I wanted to do something off the Main Island in Acadia (to avoid tourists in peak season), with a bit of a challenge and some views. We decided on Beech Cliffs to Beech Mountain, in Southwest Harbor! We parked at Echo Beach, which you need a park pass for, but we hit the trailhead right off. You must get […]

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Little and Big Niagra Falls

Hey! It’s DD. Last year, Jess, Willow and I went up to Baxter State Park on Thursday afternoon, looking for a short hike and some water before we set up camp for the weekend at Roaring Brook Campground. We had heard about Little and Big Niagara Falls, so we went to check them out! Side note – you do need a park pass to get […]

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Snowshoeing in Dorthea Dix Park

It’s #ThrowbackThursday and we’re talking about #Fitness

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Bald Mountain – Hikes for Beginners

Bald Mountain is maybe the first hike I did when I moved to Maine from Florida (Obviously, this is DD). It’s a short but semi-brutal hike with a pretty steep incline straight up because it used to be a ski mountain! You can also drive up but only if you have 4-wheel drive. It’s a pretty popular mountain, I don’t think I’ve ever been up […]

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Hikes in the Moosehead Lake Region

Hey – it’s Willow. If you’ve seen my post about camping on Moosehead Lake, you’ll know that my family and I have been camping there for almost 5 years and that it’s one of my favorite regions in the state.  One of the best parts of camping in this region is the excellent exploring and hiking that abounds. There are many hikes that I enjoy […]

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Sandy Stream Pond

It was a rainy morning at Baxter State Park, but we decided to make the absolute best of it by taking a trip out to Sandy Stream Pond! We were staying at Roaring Book Campground, which is a great place to camp when exploring the park. You can connect to Baxter Peak from Roaring Brook via the following trails – first you have to reach […]

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