Maine Huts & Trails Adventures
The Maine Huts & Trails are four off the grid eco lodges situated along 80 miles of trails, right in our neck of the woods. Paired with Four Peaks Guide Service, a trip to the Huts could be a perfect vacation for you. All trips include lodging, three delicious meals per day and guide.
Fly fishing from poplar Hut
Have you ever followed a mountain stream while fishing for native brook trout? Join us for a walk along swirling, clear waters, stopping at deep, shaded pools to cast a fly. You might trail a nymph along a gleeful little run and catch a keeper too beautiful to keep. They might not be giants, but these brook trout are rare, wild gems.
We’ll meet you at the Airport parking lot, where you’ll leave your overnight gear to be shuttled up to the Hut. You’ll be free to fish as we take a meandering hike to the Hut. Then, enjoy a hearty dinner prepared for you by the Huts staff.
Want to learn to fish? We’re happy to teach you.
This is a spectacular trip for families. There’s something for everyone: nearby waterfalls, swimming holes, and trails for hiking, running and biking— all from the Hut’s door. Abundant wetlands and woods will delight hobby naturalists and bird watchers.
Optimal months: June, July
Pricing includes one night lodging at the Poplar Hut, dinner on day one, breakfast and lunch on day two, guide, and flies:
$400/day/ one person
$550/day for two people
hiking the bigelows from stratton brook hut
Explore the Bigelow Mountain Range, using Stratton Brook Hut as your base camp. The Bigelow Range includes West Peak (4,150'), Avery Peak (4088') and the Horns (3805') and Horns Pond, an alpine pond just below treeline.
Guided Ridgline Hike and Camp: View full itinerary and pricing here.
Guided Avery Hike: View full itinerary and pricing here.
Don't see what you are looking for? Want to backpack for more days? Email us and we will design a trip for you.