Backcountry Travel:
Learn and practice skills to live and travel comfortably in the woods for extended trips.

Low Impact Techniques:
Your guide will show you how to reduce your impact on the environment.

Observing Wildlife:
Spot moose, eagles, osprey, otter, black bear, and a host of other species in their natural environment.

Swimming:
Enjoy a dip in sky blue lakes and pools.

Ecology:
Every Maine High Adventure guide is prepared to share knowledge of the flora, fauna, and geology with the crew.

Backcountry Navigation:
Use map and compass to travel through the wild north Maine woods.

Rumpbumping:
Float feet first down rushing whitewater while wearing protective gear.

White Water instruction:
Learn the techniques necessary to safely and successfully paddle challenging water.

Fishing:
For the patient and determined angler, species such as trout, salmon, perch, bass, and chub lurk in the waters of northern Maine.

Conservation Projects:
Satisfy part of the Fifty Miler award requirements.

Photography:
Opportunities abound for activity shots, as well as capturing Maine's scenic wonders.

Cooking and Baking:
Cooking over fire is fast becoming a lost art. Stove use is also taught.

Star Gazing:
Nature has provided Maine High Adventure with a wonderful classroom for studying the night sky.

Floatplane Travel:
For an additional charge, crews can use a plane to transport themselves and their equipment to or from their put-in or pull-out. Another option is a sight-seeing circle flight. Subject to availability.