May 23 - 28, 2022 (Room for 5 people)
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We begin this trip at Upper Allagash Stream and end at Chamberlain Bridge. We will visit the ice caves at Allagash Lake and climb the fire tower on Allagash Mountain. We will travel at a slower pace so we have time to fish for native brook trout and lakers along the way. Allagash Stream can be a wild ride at this time of year – we will modify the trip if the stream is too high to run. This trip occurs in the spring before the blackflies come out. If you like to fish and paddle this is the excursion for you. Trip leaves and ends from Greenville, Maine.
$1,500 per person
June 20 - 25, 2022 (Room for 10 people)
We begin our wildlife excursion on Eagle Lake and end at Churchill Dam. We will visit some of the out of the way places on the Allagash headwater lakes where sightings of moose, otter, waterfowl and eagles abound. If you like to photograph wildlife this is the trip for you. We will stay at three different campsites and make day forays into wildlife rich areas during the evenings and early mornings. We will visit the ghost trains at the tramway historic district and take in the history center at Churchill Depot. The trip takes place after the blackflies have died down and when moose are out feeding on the new succulent water vegetation. Trip leaves and ends from Greenville, Maine.
$1,200 per person
July 13 - 18, 2022 (Room for 10 People)
We begin our five-day trip on Churchill Lake and skip paddling the large waterway headwater lakes. This is a great wildlife watching trip with moose sightings in their natural environment are common . This is canoe camping at its best. What could be better than falling asleep to the call of the loon! Chase Rapids can be portaged by those not confident in their whitewater canoeing skills. Trip leaves and ends from Greenville, Maine.
$1,000 per person
September 12 - 19, 2022 (Room for 10 People)
We begin our voyage on the south end of Eagle Lake and end in Allagash Village. We will visit the ghost trains at the tramway historic district and take in the history center at Churchill Depot. The trip takes place in late September when the leaves are starting to change. This is a bug free time of year with cool evenings and warm days. We will call moose and fly fish for brook trout in the evenings. Trip leaves and ends from Greenville, Maine.
$1,500 per person
Snowmobile into the historic Allagash ghost trains.
We specialize in ice fishing trips to remote Maine lakes.