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Things to Do

If you are looking for adventures to make the most of your visit to Maine’s High Peaks, look no further!

Take advantage of our many rivers and lakes for your canoe or kayak trips! A big advantage to the region is Flagstaff Lake with easy access to the Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT). Stop at the Maine’s High Peaks Visitor’s Center in Carrabassett Valley to get your copy of the “The Valley Below”, a history of Flagstaff Lake.

Take a leaf-peeping road trip along Rt. 27, The Maine High Peaks Scenic Byway. Be sure to bring your cameras and stop at Ira Mountain, four miles north of Kingfield.

Follow your stomach along Rt.27. Delight in a homemade breakfast, enjoy a great lunch and treat yourself to a farm - to -  table dinner.

Explore our eclectic shops filled with original artwork, home décor, and Maine hand-crafted keepsakes.  

Whatever you decide to do, have fun – and take the Annual Maine’s High Peaks Visitor’s Guide with you for all our hidden treasures.