5 days/4 nights

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From our rendezvous in Windham, just 20 miles from Portland, we leave early, and travel to the foothills of the White Mountains. Our first Multisport activity is mountain biking, and the scenic venue is one of Maine's premier cycling destinations. The riding will be exciting for everyone, with trails to suite every rider's skills. After a full day of mountain biking we will travel to the coast.  Enjoy suppa' at one of Maine's classic roadside eateries.

Our second day's activity will be rock climbing.  After a hearty breakfast, we will meet our guide and travel to the climb.   A certified guide will provide detailed instruction, which will be followed by lunch. Now it's time to climb - get ready for some spectacular views!

After a short morning hike we travel to a coastal cove for sea kayaking. A Maine certified instructor will lead us on a paddle through scenic Penobscot Bay. You will have ample marine wildlife and waterfowl viewing opportunities throughout the day.  We will explore the islands as we paddle around, stopping for views and lunch.
We will end the day traveling to Maine's interior, and stop along the way for dinner on the road.

Now it is time to see the north  Maine woods from a river perspective.  Let's get a little wet as we take a whitewater rafting trip on the turbulent West Branch of the Penobscot River. A certified whitewater guide will lead you down the river, over drops like 'Exterminator', it is a wild ride!  
After a full day of rafting you will really appreciate the hearty meal our trip leader will prepare for you at the end of this memorable day.

Our final day is a hike to Maine's highest peak, Katahdin.  In 1939 Governor Percival Baxter began acquiring the pieces of land around Katahdin that eventually would become the 200,000+ acre park that exists today. Baxter is remote and primitive. Wildlife thrives within the deep north woods forest. This will be a good place to keep your camera handy, as your liable to see moose, loons, maybe even a bear. The hiking trails are fantastic. The views are priceless.   This is a strenuous hike, it is important to keep in mind that it is the journey that is important, the peak is not the goal, just a benefit if all things come together on the day we choose to greet the mountain.

After a full day of hiking we will return to Portland to end the adventure.

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