Things To Do

While there are a few different ways to travel from hut to hut, that’s only the start of your backcountry adventure. Once you arrive at your hut for the night, you’ll find endless opportunities to relax, recharge, and reconnect with nature. Every hut has an outdoor fire pit, comfy leather furniture, and plenty of books and board games. If your trip includes a full day at a hut, you’ll have time to explore the surrounding trails, or simply embrace the art of doing nothing.

Biking iconMountain Biking

Whether you’re mountain biking in the summer or fatbiking in the winter, the Carrabassett Valley region is built for bikes. Hut-to-hut biking is a great way to experience the backcountry trail system, and purpose-built bike trails wind for hundreds of miles around the area. From wide, flat, gravel trails to technical single track, there’s something for every biker.

Bird-watching iconBird Watching

Bird watching around the huts and on the trails is a great way to spend the day in the wild backcountry. Maine Huts & Trails is home to a wide variety of birds, including rare species like the Black-Backed Woodpecker.

Biking iconFly Fishing

Spring and summer are ideal for fishing in Maine. Anglers typically fish on the Dead River and below Grand Falls, where you’ll find Rainbow Trout, Landlocked Salmon, and more. Experienced guides are available to help you find the perfect spot to cast a line.

Hiking iconHiking

From 4,000’ rocky peaks to ancient hardwood groves, hiking in Western Maine is an experience you’ll never forget. Maine Huts & Trails maintains more than 80 miles of hiking paths, connecting and surrounding the huts.

canoeing iconKayaking iconPaddling

Paddling at Maine Huts & Trails is the perfect summer getaway. Guests and members have free access to canoes, kayaks, and stand-up paddleboards at Flagstaff Hut, and can canoe or kayak from Flagstaff to Grand Falls Hut.

Swimming iconSwimming

There’s no better way to cool off on a hot summer day than by standing under a cool mountain waterfall, or plunging into a secluded mountain valley lake. From the Carrabassett River to Flagstaff Lake, there are endless spots to take a plunge.

Skiing iconNordic Skiing

The wide trails and rolling terrain of Western Maine are ideal for Nordic skiing. You’ll glide through deep wild woods, and take in spectacular mountain vistas. Maine Huts & Trails maintains more than 80 miles of ski trails, suitable for all experience levels.

Snowshoeing iconSnowshoeing

Snowshoeing is a great way to get off the beaten path and through any terrain. Try a day trip to a hut for lunch, or even embark on a multi-hut adventure.