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Ski and Snowshoe Weekend

Date and Time

Friday, March 9, 2018 2:00PM - Sunday, March 11, 2018 11:00AM

Location

Medawisla Lodge & Cabins,
Maine, Inland,
ME

Registration

Registration is required for this activity.




(best time to call: 9am-5pm, Monday-Saturday)

Overview

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. The Guides will teach you some tips and tricks to improve your XC skiing and want to help make all participants feel confident they can get outside on even the coldest winter day. With time to relax and sauna before dinner at 6pm, this will be a fun and full day of winter adventure. The next morning after breakfast will be a short guided snowshoe looking for signs of animals and enjoying the views from the frozen 2nd Roach Pond.

AMC Trip Policy

Cost*

Starting at:

Adult: $369 member / $429 non-member
*Lodging on Friday and Saturday nights, dinner Friday and Saturday night, breakfast and lunch Saturday and Sunday, Gear shuttle to each camp and out to parking lot, instruction and leadership by AMC Certified Maine Guides.


Ski and Snowshoe Weekend

Activities

Instruction (Skills)
Skiing
Skiing - Cross-Country (Nordic)
Snowshoeing

Offered By

AMC Staff

Status

Open

Nearby AMC Destination

Medawisla Lodge and Cabins

Difficulty

Moderate

Audience

Adults (18+)


Contact




AMC Guides are passionate about the outdoors and have the skills necessary to ensure safe adventures. Certified in wilderness medicine, with focused training in outdoor leadership and risk management, guides provide individual attention while reaching group goals. They possess local natural and cultural history knowledge and solid backcountry skills, and they follow well-planned itineraries. As lifelong learners, AMC guides create the connections and moments that become lasting memories.