Fall 2018 Issue

Hot off the digital press!  Discover your next Maine adventures this fall.  In this issue are hot-spots to view moose, a list of Maine’s most exciting fall festivals, the best scenic overlooks in Maine to photograph the color of fall foliage, exploring waterfalls, covered bridges, and follow our adventure as we build our own “upta camp” in the fall issue of UNTAMED Maine Outdoor Adventure & Recreation Magazine!

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FALL 2018

In This Issue:

Where to See Moose in Maine.  Fall is a great season for a chance encounter with moose. Find out where Maine’s
moose-viewing “hot spots” are.

Best Scenic Overlooks for Photographing Foliage.  Get the low-down on the most popular places to photograph fall foliage in Maine.

Explore the Millinocket Region.  From ghost trains to waterfalls and incredible scenery, this region definitely doesn’t disappoint in the fall.

Scenic Covered Bridges 4-Hour Challenge.  Four hours, six covered bridges. Do you accept the challenge?

Where to Stay:  Bar Harbor Campground. There is still plenty of time left for camping in the fall. Here is one great family campground near Acadia that has it all!

Building our own “Upta Camp”.  Follow the progress, setbacks and entertaining fun as Henry and Angela build
their very own “upta camp.”

Maine’s Fall Festivals.  Fall festival season is upon us! Come experience some of Maine’s most incredible and creative festivals, from films to food, brews to pumpkins, there is a festival happening that everyone will enjoy.

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In This Issue:

Four Corners of Maine Challenge.  Take on the Madawaska Four Corners Experience Tour road trip challenge this summer! Make it to all four corners of Maine and join the ranks of other
successful road-trippers.

Explore the Abandoned Ghost Trains of the North Maine Woods.  Deep in the heart of the North Maine Woods on a narrow passage between Chamberlain Lake and Eagle Lake sit two full-sized abandoned locomotives just waiting for you to visit.

Tour Maine’s Rugged Coast.  Lobster boat tours and other scenic tours are a great way to make your summer unforgettable.

Hidden Gem:  Rachel Carson Salt Pond.  Follow Route 32
along Maine’s rocky coast to discover a massive salt pond in a scenic location.

Canoeing the Moose River Loop / Bow Trip. The Moose River is not only great for beginners but offers two canoe trip options for every experience level.

Maine Waterfall Challenge:  2 Days, 17 Waterfalls.  Are you up for the challenge of visiting 17 of Maine’s waterfalls in 48 hours or less?

Two Great Hikes a Stone’s Throw from Freeport.  Just outside of Freeport are two excellent hikes you don’t want to miss- Bradbury Mountain and Wolfe’s Neck State Park.


In This Issue:

Allagash Wilderness Waterway:  Paddling Adventure of a Lifetime.  The 7-10 day trip through some of Maine’s most pristine, remote wilderness will renew your spirit and challenge your outdoor skills.  (And quite possibly your relationship!).

How to Get Up Close and Personal with one of Maine’s Hidden Gems.  Shin Falls is a short, easy hike just past Shin Falls Village, right outside of Baxter State Park.  If you enjoy dirt road driving and can follow backwoods directions, you too can experience the splendor.

Horseback Riding in Acadia National Park.  Acadia’s carriage trails offer some of the best horseback riding in the state.  It’s hard to beat riding your horse on mountainside carriage trails overlooking the ocean.

Pemaquid Point Adventure:  Fort, Beach, Lighthouse & Lobster Boat Racing.  The Pemaquid Point and New Harbor peninsula are the perfect places to experience everything ocean.  Scenic, historic, and relaxing, all in one.

Moxie Falls:  Easy Twenty-Minute Hike to a 90-Foot Waterfall.  Moxie Falls is located just past The Forks, whitewater rafting hub of Maine.  Stand at the top of the falls for an incredible view or follow the trail to the viewing platform to take it all in.

Best Mountain Biking Trails in Western Maine.  This region offers incredible mountain biking opportunities suitable for every skill level from beginner riders to extreme adventurists.

Portland Trails & Jewell Falls.  Portland Trails offers 70 miles of wooded paths for biking, hiking and walking.  Well-maintained scenic recreation on the outskirts of Maine’s biggest city.

This Season’s Best Day Hikes.  Three great spring hikes from easy to challenging.

Outdoor Survival Skills.  Learn how to build the right fire no matter what the weather.

Recreation Destinations:  Fort Kent.  The town of Fort Kent is an incredible destination in Northern Maine for any outdoor enthusiast.