Friday, February 2, 2018 2:00PM - Sunday, February 4, 2018 11:00AM
Medawisla Lodge and Cabins,
Come out to Medawisla Lodge and experience a winter wonderland in Maine's 100 Mile Wilderness. AMC Registered Maine Guides will take you around Medawisla exploring new ski trails and snowshoeing up nearby mountains. Come out and see spectacular views of Baxter State Park and experience wonderful wildlife tracking opportunities throughout the weekend. We will meet our program participants at Medawisla Lodge and Cabins where there will be time to explore the new facility, have a delicious meal, and go over the weekend schedule. The next morning we will have breakfast at 8am before heading out to ski and snowshoe on the trails around the Lodge with time to relax and sauna before dinner at 6pm. The next morning after breakfast will be a short guided snowshoe looking for signs of animals and enjoying the frozen pond views.
From South Via Greenville: • Take I-95 north to Exit 157 (old 39) at Newport, Route 7 north to Dexter, Route 23 north to Guilford, then Route 15 North to Greenville. • At the traffic light in the center of Greenville, proceed north on Lily Bay Road for 19 paved miles to Kokadjo. • In Kokadjo, you will cross the Roach River at the dam to First Roach Pond. • Four Tenths of a mile after crossing the Roach River, bear left where the pavement ends. • Proceed 1.6 miles and bear right at the sign for Medawisla Lodge. Road Conditions: The access roads to AMC's Maine Wilderness Lodges are dirt logging roads subject to the impacts of wet weather conditions, particularly during early spring and late fall. Please note that until road grading occurs in these regions, conditions are rough and may not be passable in cars with low ground clearance. For up-to-date information, please contact AMC Reservations 603-466-2727 or the AMC Greenville Office 207-695-3085. Directions: Please note that the access roads are not paved and are subject to washouts and potholes. Roads may not be passable by cars with low clearance. Please limit your speed to 25 mph, and yield to logging trucks. There is no fuel available once you leave the state highways. Call in advance for road conditions during spring, fall, or when storms are expected. Please allow 6.5 hours driving time if driving from the Boston area, 9.5 hours from the greater NYC area.