Led a group of 14 scouts and adults into the hut for a nights excursion. Food and staff were excellent. This was out 6th or 7th year back to MH+T for a similar outing. Kids hand adults had a great time. Very impressed with the professionalism of the crew. Had a great time visiting with one of our eagles, and now flagstaff hut person, Jesse Guerin. We'll be back next year; usually with an even larger crowd.
Guest Stories & Reviews
Troop 478, Orono Outing
We snow shoed up Oak Knoll on fresh snow and got to Stratton Brook Hut in time for the chili . Very warm and relaxing , board games , Allagash White and 25 new friends. Perfect!
Spring skiing almost
My daughter and I had a wonderful overnight at Stratton Brook Hut. Skied in from the airport to Poplar Hut for lunch. It was a beautiful spring day taking off layers and basking in the sun at every turn. Spent a great night in the Stratton Brook Hut with folks from around our wonderful State of Maine. Waking Sunday morning to 50 mile an hour gusts and a zero temp was truly invigorating. Loved it! The conditions were fast and we decided to cross Route 27 and take advantage of the Carrabassett ski center trails for a full day of touring. Great Maine weekend for a mother and daughter adventure.
Spring & Still Snow
My first visit with MH&T and (Poplar Hut specifically) exceeded my expectations. The staff was friendly, helpful and attentive to their guests and I enjoyed meeting others in a place where everyone had the common bond of love of the outdoors. I will certainly visit again!
First of many trips
I brought a group of students from my new school and we had a wonderful time staying 4 nights at Flagstaff Hut. The accommodations were comfortable, the staff helpful, friendly and great with the kids. . . the setting obviously beautiful. We covered a lot of miles on our snowshoes and are already planning our next trip for the fall.
CRCS took 20 students on an overnight to the Flagstaff Hut. One group snowshoed in while another group chose to cross country ski to the Yurt and then to the Hut. We checked on the wood duck boxes that we previously built and placed in the cove. It was exciting to see that two of them had been occupied! We also received a history lesson from Larry Warren on how Carrabassett Valley and MH&T came to be. Thanks Larry! As always the food was spectacular! Thanks to Carrabassett Coffee who sponsored the trip, Merrie, Jason, and Larry for the educational portion, and staff for the delicious food. Justin Belanger Executive Director Cornville Regional Charter School