4 days/3 nights

We leave  from our base in Windham, and travel to the Mid-Coast region of Maine.  Our first day's activity will be a hike in the coastal mountains overlooking the village of Camden and picturesque Penobscot Bay.

After spending the afternoon hiking, we drive to Stonington and our bayside campsite.  The views will be fantastic, and a delicious dinner will be cooked over a roaring fire.  There will be time to relax, savor the day, and look forward to the next few days of the MultiSport adventure.

Our second day's activity, sea kayaking,  begins after a hearty breakfast.  We start with lessons (for those needing them), and then spend the day exploring the islands and ledges of stunningly beautiful East Penobscot Bay.  In the late afternoon we return to the campground, but the fun is far from over.  You will be treated to a traditional Maine lobsterbake.  The second evening's  accommodations will be the same bayside site as the previous evening.

On the morning of the third day we drive to the Grand Lakes region of Maine.  We spend the afternoon canoeing, swimming, and relaxing in the remote, scenic lake-filled area.  At night we stay at a historic lodge along Grand Lake Stream, which has been catering to fishermen for over 100 years.

The summer sun rises earlier in Washington County than anywhere else in the Eastern U.S., hence the nickname "Sunrise Coast".  On the trip's final day we will rise as early as well, and after a hearty breakfast at the lodge we travel to the Cutler Coast Public Reserve.  This oceanfront parcel of protected land makes for a hiker's dream.  If you have never been this far "Downeast", you may be surprised at the change in tides, which are the most dramatic in the continental U.S.

After a short walk we reach a stretch of magnificent cliffs rising over the Atlantic Ocean.  The views are breathtaking.  This will be a place that will always hold a special place in your memory.  It will be difficult to leave such a spectacular spot, but around mid-day we begin our drive back to Windham for the conclusion of the trip.

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