Maine Wilderness
Guides Org.
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Achor Guiding Service
Contact Person: Dr. Wendy Weiger
Street: P. O. Box 267
Postcode: 04442
City/State: Greenville Junction, ME
Phone: 207-695-2707

Achor Guiding ServiceMaine's Moosehead Lake region offers a world-class setting for outdoor activities in all seasons. I offer hiking and snowshoeing excursions with study of wildlife and plants along the way. I welcome children and seniors!

Allagash Canoe Trips
Contact Person: Chip Cochrane
Street: P.O. Box 932
Postcode: 04441
City/State: Greenville, ME
Phone: 207-237-3077
Allagash Canoe Trips Guided Paddling Expeditions in Maine and Canada.

Appalachian Mountain Club
Street: P.O. Box 310, 7 Washington Street.
Postcode: 04441
City/State: Greenville, ME
Phone: (207) 695-3085
Fax: 207-695-2330
Appalachian Mountain Club has a variety of lodging and recreation opportujities which includes 2 sporting camps - Little Lyford Pond Camps and Medawisla Wilderness Camps, a self service cabin called Moose Point Cabin and campsites on Long Pond. Our Maine Woods offers great hiking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and x-c skiing for your enjoyment.
Arndt's Aroostook River Lodge & Campground
Contact Person: Ken Arndt Or Clare Arndt
Street: 95 Parkhurst Siding Rd., Rt. 205
Postcode: 04769
City/State: Presque Isle, M
Arndt's Aroostook River Lodge & Campground Located in the beautiful Aroostook Valley of northern Maine, this four season sporting business has an array of outdoor facilities and services ranging from RV camping, bunkhouses and both deluxe & remote log cabins to full service guiding for both hunting, fishing & outdoor adventures. We specialize in fly fishing, bird dog hunting and trophy whitetails. We offer canoe and kayak rentals and transportation to numerous wilderness waterways, lakes and ponds. The “Homestead” has easy access to miles of snowmobile and ATV trails.
Bill Stevens - Registered Maine Guide
Contact Person: Bill Stevens
Fly-Fishing, Paddling, and Wilderness Camping in the Kennebago Region.
Chewonki Foundation
Street: 485 Chewonki Neck Road
Postcode: 04578
City/State: Wiscasset, ME
Fostering an appreciation for the natural world, and for working in community with others. Chewonki has evolved into one of Maine’s most highly respected and treasured institutions. Our name and reputation extend well beyond the state’s borders, and our work has gained regional and even national recognition. For those who know our programs, Chewonki is a recognized leader in what we offer young people and the results we achieve in creating lifetime stewards of our natural world. Chewonki has become synonymous with innovation; we are known as an organization of active self-starters who teach with passion and who engage our communities.
Her Wild Song
Street: PO Box 177
Postcode: 04011
City/State: Brunswick, ME
Website: Her Wild Song
Her Wild Song Contemplative wilderness travel for women. Since its inception in 1990, HER WILD SONG has been providing women with the unique opportunity to combine spiritual practice with wilderness travel. All trips include yoga and meditation. Guided canoeing and hiking in Maine, Utah, and Alaska.
Hidden Valley Nature Center
Contact Person: Gary Hayward
Street: P.O. Box 135
Postcode: 04535
City/State: Alna, ME
Phone: (207) 586-6752
Hidden Valley Nature Center offers 800 acres of diverse habitat, many small ponds and vernal pools, miles of trails, and a range of low-impact sustainable forestry projects completed and underway.
Gil Gilpatrick - (Retired Guide)
Street: PO Box 461
Postcode: 04976
City/State: Skowhegan, ME
Phone: (207) 453-6959
Author of several books and maps about guiding, canoe building, and the Allagash Wilderness Waterway.
Jack Mountain Bushcraft School
Contact Person: Tim Smith
Street: PO Box 77
Postcode: 04732
City/State: Ashland, ME
Phone: (207) 518-8804
We offer short and multi-week canoe and snowshoe expeditions.  We also teach college-accredited, GI Bill approved semester and yearlong immersion programs in bushcraft and wilderness guide training, as well as shorter courses on wilderness survival and traditional north woods crafts.
Maine Path & Paddle Guides
Contact Person: Dave Butler Or Tim Emery
Street: 60 Easter Ave
Postcode: 04062
City/State: Windham, ME
Phone: (877) 632-2663
Fax: 877-632-2663
Maine Path & Paddle Guides Wilderness Canoe Adventures on Maine's Premier Rivers and Lakes.
Maine Trails Guide Service
Contact Person: Richard Aspinall Or Cheryl Aspinall
Street: 52 Walton Mills Road
Postcode: 04352
Phone: (207) 293-2600
Fax: 207-650-0808
Maine Trails Guide Service Offering fully guided & outfitted wilderness canoe trips on Maine's most scenic and historic rivers & lakes as well as back country hiking trips to Maine's Baxter State Park and the Appalachian Trail. We specialize in custom trips to meet your desires.
Meeting House Farm
Phone: (207) 832-6855
Meeting House Farm Lovely old homestead overlooking the Medomak River valley on 12 acres. Comfortably sleeps four couples plus children. Lots of tenting space for more guests outside in warm weather. Canoe at the river, 15 minute walk down the field.Excellent cross country skiing out the back door.
David A. Footer - Wilderness and Wildlife Artist
Contact Person: David A. Footer
City/State: www.davidfooter.com
Phone: 1-207-783-3501
Mookwa Guided Tours
Contact Person: Peter Christensen Or Linda Dexter
Street: 8 Pond Street
Postcode: 04970
City/State: Rangeley, ME
Phone: 207 864 2771
 Inland kayak touring trips in the Rangeley Lakes region of Western Maine. Half day, full day, and 2 day trips available. Great wildlife viewing!
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