A new movie follows two lost souls on the Appalachian Trail
Maine’s coast is one of the last border disputes between Canada and the United States.
Bucket list-worthy rides to add to your list
Up at 4 a.m., then run the equivalent of two marathons before dusk. Now repeat that for 45 days.
A glorious and ill-considered expedition to retrace the nearly 300-mile sufferfest endured by colonial badass (and not yet turncoat) Benedict Arnold and his 1,100 brave, starving men. Their aim: to take Quebec City from the British. Ours: to survive.
From pop-up bungalows in the woods to durable bubbles on a vineyard, these cozy abodes offer real escape
The Democratic candidate and son of the Burt's Bees founder is seeking a win in Maine's rural 2nd District with a simple message: The recreation economy can bring back jobs
A cleaner, easier way to carry your gear
Aislinn Sarnacki, a columnist for the Bangor Daily News in Maine, on her go-to hiking gear
Our features editor sat down with author Mike Finkel to talk about his book, and you can listen in on their conversation
Traveling with kids comes with its own set of challenges. Cost shouldn't be one of them.
From filmmaker Taylor Walker and photographers Chris Shane, Jamie Walter, and Cait Bourgeault Monumental shares their journey circumnavigating Maine's newest national monument Katahdin Woods and Waters.
You have through today to tell the government what you think of its plan to steal your public land
We sent our correspondent deep undercover to explore the latest summer craze: camps tailored just for adults. Boozy slip-and-slide? Check. Excessive kickball celebrations? You betcha. It's all detailed in his letters from a nostalgic bacchanal.
The Olympic marathon champ—who hopes to become the first woman over 60 to run a sub-3-hour marathon this fall—shares her hard-fought wisdom
Nick Lavecchia is a surf photographer in Maine. Watch as Lavecchia shares why this place is so inspiring for him, despite the bitter winters and unpredictable surf.
For those who suffer from a disability, winter can seem like an eternity. Maine Adaptive Sports and Recreation provides an outlet for folks with disabilities to pursue outdoor adventures.
Maine’s North Woods would make the perfect addition to the parks system—with mountains, streams, and stunning views. So what’s taking the government so long?
Officials at Baxter State Park, at the north end of the AT, are concerned about an anticipated increase in the number of thru-hikers tramping through the park. Their solution? Hiker registration cards.