Guided & Group Trips

Guided Group Ski Photo

Maine Huts & Trails warmly welcomes groups of all sizes to experience an adventure in the Maine woods, besides, its more fun when there’s a party! We also provide access to experts and specialty guides who can deliver an experience to last a lifetime to parties of all sizes.

MH&T Guided Trips

Snowshoeing Newtons Revenge TrailOak Knoll Guided Snowshoe>>

Join us on a guided adventure up our newest trail, Oak Knoll, to the Stratton Brook Hut. Snowshoe through the woods on his beautiful wilderness trail that weaves through the forest with the guidance of a Registered Maine Guide. Experience the challenge of the vertical climb and the stunning reward of outstanding views of Sugarloaf and Bigelow Mountains. Enjoy three delicious meals, hot showers, a warm field-stone fireplace and wonderful comradery.

Trip Dates: December 20th-21st, January 4th-5th, January 25th-26th, February 22nd-23rd, March 22nd-23rd, March 29th-30th

Cost: Member: $171/Adult, $130.50/Youth or Non-Member: $190/Adult, $145/Youth

Skiing at MHTTwo-Hut Guided Ski Adventure>>

3-Day/2-Night @ 2 Huts (Poplar Hut > Stratton Brook Hut)

Enjoy this guided 3-day & 2-night hut-to-hut adventure. Let a Registered Maine Guide introduce you to our backcountry trails on the way into Poplar Hut for the first night. Experience the stunning views along Crommet’s Overlook on the way to Stratton Brook Hut where you will spend your second night. Delicious meals, hot showers, toasty woodstoves and friendly people await you at each hut.

Trip Dates: January 28th-30th, February 25th-27th, March 25th-27th

Cost: Member: $297/Adult, $216/Youth or Non-Member: $330/Adult, $240/Youth

Skier with MountainsThree-Hut Guided Ski Tour>>

4-Day/3-Night @ 3 Huts (Flagstaff Hut > Poplar Hut > Stratton Brook Hut)

Experience 3 MH&T huts and 4 days of adventure in the company of a Registered Maine Guide. Enjoy scenic backcountry trails and stunning views of Flagstaff Lake, Bigelow and Sugarloaf Mountains as you visit Flagstaff, Poplar and Stratton Brook Huts. As always, you can look forward to hearty home-cooked meals, hot showers, toasty bunkrooms and cozy spots in front of the fireplace.

Trip Dates: January 11th-14th, February 8th-11th, March 8th-11th

Cost: Member: $423/Adult, $301.50/Youth or Non-Member: $470/Adult, $335/Youth

Ultimate Ski AdventureFour-Hut Guided Ski Expedition>>

5-Day/4-Night @ 4 Huts (Grand Falls Hut > Flagstaff Hut > Poplar Hut > Stratton Brook Hut)

This 4-night, 5-day trip includes all 4 of our current huts and 50 miles of skiing along the Dead River, Flagstaff Lake and through the woods of western Maine. Ski to all four of our eco-lodges and experience the adventure and beauty of the Maine woods while in the company of a Registered Maine Guide. Enjoy three delicious meals each day, hot showers, inviting field-stone fireplaces and wonderful camaraderie.

Trip Dates: January 19th-23rd, February 2nd-6th, March 15th-19th

Cost: Member: $549/Adult, $387/Youth or Non-Member: $610/Adult, $430/Youth

Skiing Featured Image (Vertical)MEMBERS-ONLY Two-Hut Guided Ski Adventure>>

3-Day/2-Night @ 2 Huts (Poplar Hut > Stratton Brook Hut)

Enjoy this guided 3-day & 2-night hut-to-hut adventure. Let a Registered Maine Guide introduce you to our backcountry trails on the way into Poplar Hut for the first night. Experience the stunning views along Crommet’s Overlook on the way to Stratton Brook Hut where you will spend your second night. Delicious meals, hot showers, toasty woodstoves and friendly people await you at each hut.

Trip Dates: January 8th-10th

Cost: $237/Adult (normally $297/adult) for Members, $156/Youth (normally $216/youth)

Fat Biking at MHTFat Tire Bikes at Stratton Brook Hut

Join us on January 10th & 11th at Stratton Brook Hut to demo a fat bike! Get a unique winter sport experience while exploring our trails. Choose to join a guided ride or go on your own adventure!

Guided Rides: Saturday at 10:00AM and 1:00PM | Sunday at 10:00AM

FREE for Members!* | $10/day membership fee for Non-Members | Become a Member>>

*Guests must stay overnight at Stratton Brook Hut to use the fat bikes

What is a fat bike?
A fat bike is a bicycle with over-sized tires (typically 3.7” or greater in width) that are designed for riding on soft, unstable terrain such as snow, sand, mud and bogs. Fat bikes are ideal for the variable conditions in early and late winter in Maine.

Fat bikes courtesy of Northern Lights Hearth and Sports in Farmington, Maine

Call (207) 265-2400 reserve your fat bike today

Partner-Guided Trips

Maine Huts & Trails partners with a number of specialized vendors and independent guides whose services compliment our offerings. Click the vendor names below for more information on available trips.

Guided_BredesonBredeson Outdoor Adventures>>

Phone: (866) 833-4361

Maine Wilderness Hut to Hut Snowshoeing or Cross Country Skiing.

A guided hut-to-hut snowshoeing or cross-country skiing adventure with creature comforts in the beautiful wilderness region of Western Maine. Join Bredeson Outdoor Adventures for a four day, three night guided hut to hut snowshoeing or cross country skiing tour in the wilderness region of Western Maine.

Guided_Distant_JourneysDistant Journeys>>

Phone: (888) 845-5781

Live new landscapes on a distant journey. For 25 years, Distant Journeys has specialized in offering hiking vacations and walking tours along classic long-distance routes and to areas of inspiring natural beauty.

Call or visit their website for more information and reservations.

Guided_Flagstaff_LakesFlagstaff Lake Scenic Boat Tours>>

Phone: (207) 246-2277

Join Master Maine Guide Jeff Hinman for an unforgettable Maine experience on Flagstaff Lake; complete with breath-taking views, the rich history of the area, and memories to last a lifetime. Take in scenic views of the Bigelow Mountain Range, learn the fascinating history of Flagstaff Lake and the lost village of Flagstaff, and spot native Maine wildlife like bald eagles, loons and even the occasional moose.

Call or visit their website for more information and reservations.


Phone: 1-800-20-KAYAK

Welcome to H2Outfitters where you’ll have the opportunity to learn and develop kayaking skills and to use your new found repertoire to bring you enjoyment on the shores of a foreign land, a secluded island, or a wilderness waterway.

For close to 30 years we have been teaching kayakers at all levels from novices to eco-challenge competitors the necessary skills to achieve paddling proficiency. Whether it be a three-hour skills focused workshop or one of our multi-day overnight trips in the US, Canada or abroad, we continue to maintain a position at the cutting edge of technical instruction, offering just the right amount of direction for optimal results. The selection of trips we have chosen are to destinations and locales we feel offer extraordinary views of the world in which we live. Several have received critical acclaim on an international level, but it is ultimately what we hear from you that gives us the basis on which to develop still more trips of note!

Guided_Northern_OutdoorsKennebec River Angler with Chris Russell>>

Phone: (207) 672-3408

Drift fishing the Dead River – Kennebec River Angler is the creation of three friends, all border-line fishing fanatics, who have taken their time to hone their craft and are now ready to share the great fishing they have discovered. Mike, Greg and Chris have been working together as whitewater rafting guides for nearly 20 years. During that time, we’ve constantly explored the fishing potential in our area and compared them to the whole state. Quite frankly, we’ve kept them as our guarded secrets. Recently, we’ve decided that what we have to offer for fishing experiences is as good, if not better, than anywhere else in the State of Maine.

LLBean Outdoor Discovery SchoolsL.L.Bean Outdoor Discovery Schools>>

Phone: (888) 552-3261

Winter Teen Adventures – L.L.Bean Outdoor Discovery School has expanded our adventure outings for teens, this hut trip provides our teen adventurers unparalleled access to the network of trails that wind through this pristine wilderness.
Multisport & Overnight Winter Adventures – This is the winter adventure of a lifetime. L.L. Bean Outdoor Discovery School has taken the most exciting heritage sports winter has to offer, including dogsledding, and arranged for them to occur in a magnificent wilderness setting.
Guided_Mountain_GuideMountain Guide Service>>

Phone: (207) 319-9583

Ready for the next evolution in your MHT experience? Want to kick it up a notch and have an adventure to tell your friends and family? Rock climbing, Bigelow backpacking, and backcountry paddle trips await you! Click here!

Call or visit their website for more information and reservations.

Guided_Kennebec_River_ANorthern Outdoors Hut-to-Hut Hiking>>

Phone: 800-765-7238

Enjoy Maine Guided Hut-to-Hut Hiking with Northern Outdoors as Your Adventure Resort Center May through October. Experience the real inland Maine with great hiking to brand new, eco-friendly huts in the North Woods and fantastic rafting on Maine’s Kennebec and Dead Rivers. Choose from Hut-to Hut Hiking and Hike & Raft packages that utilize the Maine Huts & Trails system of first class hiking trails and comfortable backcountry huts. Enjoy a hot shower, delicious home-cooked meal, and good night’s rest on a comfortable bed at the end of each day. Classic Maine wilderness hikes in style!

Guided_Western_MountainWestern Mountains Fly Fishing with Bob Duport>>

Phone: (207) 235-2573

In the Western Mountains of Maine, Outfitter and registered Maine guide Bob Duport would like to offer you a truly different guided fishing experience. Bob offers personalized wading, canoe, cataraft, or driftboat trips to fly fish remote rivers and ponds throughout Maine’s legendary Rangeley Lakes, Androscoggin, and Kennebec river watersheds. His fly fishing and casting instruction is offered in a simple, effective and innovative style.

Group Trips

Maine Huts & Trails welcomes your group or club. From school groups and scout trips to reunions and retreats, we will work with you to ensure you have an unforgettable experience.

Making Advanced Reservations

We recommend you book your reservation as early as possible to ensure space, but no later than 7 days prior to arrival. All group and full-hut reservations must be made by phone or email.

Full-Hut vs. Group Rentals

Groups: A single reservation for 12 or more people is considered eligible for special, discounted rates. Other guests may be at the hut at the same time as your group. A single organizer is responsible for coordinating reservations, payments and all planning.

Full-Hut: A full-hut rental provides your group full and exclusive access to the hut. Full hut rentals are most cost-effective for very large parties.

Rates & Payment Schedule

Reservations require a 25% non-refundable deposit at booking with the remaining balance due 45 days prior to arrival. See the rates page for fees and FAQ’s for cancellation policies.

Youth Groups

We offer many opportunities for learning at Maine Huts & Trails!

  • Are you interested in outdoor survival skills and adventures?
  • Are you interested in community service?
  • Are you interested in an experience where you can combine a trip in the outdoors with a chance to learn something new?

Please contact us to see how your school group might come and enjoy this unique opportunity. We will provide your school with assistance in preparing for your trip, such as attending a parent information meeting, helping with class choices or by answering general questions.

Contact Information

Merrie Woodworth
Youth Programs Manager
Phone: (207) 265-2400 | Email: