A very secluded lake with access to blue ribbon fly fishing the Rapid River outlet or the Carry Road at Middle Dam
Rumford Whitecap, an easy hike to the most blueberries I've ever seen! And a 360 degree view!
Tumbledown Mountain, a challenging hike, but the views from the top well worth it! Also, a high altitude pond to enjoy.
Hike a mile along the Appalachian Trail to this magical spot, Dunn Falls, 80 feet high! Fish or have a picnic
Climb a mountain in winter or spring and find the newly fallen sheds.
Can be seen anywhere at any time... this is Lake Aziscohos. Keep your eyes peeled! Some are quite photogenic.
Kayak on Umbagog Lake and float right up to the eagles; take great photos!
A very short drive takes you to Buster's Beach on Roxbury Pond, and this gorgeous view. The swimming, kayaking and fishing are excellent, too
Along the Rt. 17 drive to Rangeley, you will pass over the "height-of-land". Stop and enjoy the view of "Mooselook". It's incredible. You may see a moose along this route, too.
Sneak up on blue herons in your kayak for amazing photos
We climbed to the top of Wyman through a logged area in search of moose antler sheds. No sheds, but what a view!
A three mile hike from the Ridge is Devil's Den, this geological wonder; a topless cave next to a waterfall and gorge. A local secret!
Where Louise Dickinson Rich wrote her books about the Maine Woods; snowmobile or kayak here
This is the entrance to our Paradise
Taken from an island we landed on while kayaking. Loons and eagles were seen this day.
So many trails to explore! Climb a mountain, cross a river...
Accessible by kayaking Pond-in-the-River and landing on the far shore. Short walk through the woods. Where Louise Dickinson Rich lived and wrote her books.
Taken from the top of Pleasant Mountain; an ATV ride to a favorite moose antler hunting grounds.
You won't know where to begin (or end)!
Hop on your ATV or snowmobile and ride right from our cabin rentals onto the extensive network of trails, including ITS 82. Bring your boat or kayak, or rent one of ours, and drive a few miles from your vacation rental to the boat ramps at Umbagog or Richardson Lakes; try and hook a huge lake trout or salmon. Motor or paddle up to the remote sandy beaches; see moose or bald eagles along the way. Fish for brook trout in one of the many crystal clear brooks and rivers near our remote cabin rentals. Drive a few miles north into the mountains to hunt partridge or deer. Hike Whitecap and pick blueberries. The Appalachian Trail is just a few miles down the road from our vacation rentals. Dramatic waterfalls and gorges, crystal clear cascades are all just a short drive away. Hike to a secluded swimming hole with deep pools and waterfalls. All of this within a few miles of Skyline Ridge Vacation Rentals!