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The Bull Moose starts with an early morning drive into the foothills of the White Mountains, part of the Appalachian chain that stretches from Alabama to Maine. Beautiful oaks, birches, maples, and pines fill the thick forests as we travel west. The first activity of this MultiSport adventure is mountain biking. We will spend several hours riding some of New England's premier trails. Whether a beginner or an avid biker you'll be sure to have a great time. 

After single tracking for the day we travel Down East. Our destination is the coastal village of Stonington on Deer Isle.  We will tent at the Old Quarry Campground.  After breakfast we will meet our guides for sea kayaking, go over safety and instructions, and then paddle through the many remote islands of East Penobscot Bay. This activity will be led and instructed by a Maine certified sea kayaking guide. This area is nationally known for its splendid kayaking, abundant marine wildlife and spectacular coastal vistas.

Time to leave the coast and head to Maine's interior, Millinocket, the gateway to the North Maine Woods.  Enjoy the transition as we pass through blueberry barrens, rolling farms, and Main's vast timberlands.  We will camp along a quite lake shore at Big Moose Campground.  There will be time for a dip in the lake or exploring the woods around camp.

Time to leave the coast and head to Maine's interior, Millinocket, the gateway to the North Maine Woods.  Enjoy the transition as we pass through blueberry barrens, rolling farms, and Main's vast timberlands.  We will camp along a quite lake shore at Big Moose Campground.  There will be time for a dip in the lake or exploring the woods around camp.

After a hearty breakfast, set off for  whitewater rafting on the Penobscot River. A Maine certified whitewater guide will lead us through the rapids, and supply us with a riverside lunch. Always a rush to crash through the waves in a whitewater raft!  At night we return to our lakeside campsite  for a delicious camp meal. 

During the evening it will be nice to relax by the fire, reflect on the day's adventure, and think about tomorrow's fun. It will be an early wake-up, as we eat breakfast and make a short drive into Baxter State Park. At over 200,000 acres, the park is a wonderland for the nature lover. The hiking is spectacular! Get up close and personal with Maine's highest mountain, Katahdin. After a day of hiking it will be time to travel south, back to our base in Windham.



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