We offer over 80 miles of free, year-round, multi-use trails in the Northwestern Maine mountains. Thanks to generous land owners and donors, Maine Huts & Trails continues to ensure public access to remote and special places to all for generations to come. In the winter, our trails provide a curated backcountry experience for skiers, snowshoers, and fat bikers. Once the snow melts and summer comes around, our trail network expands to welcome hikers, mountain bikers, and trail runners. The Maine Hut Trails connect to the Appalachian Trail, Bigelow Range with numerous 4,000 footers, miles of mountain bike trail, and more. Discover what our trails have to offer here!
The Maine Hut Trail System is open for the season. Please visit our trail conditions page for any reroutes and closures, and Instagram, Facebook, and Carrabassett trails page for the most updated trail information.
Winter Trips & Reservations
Winter is our most popular season. Our famous hut to hut trips and nightly hut stays are offered during our snowiest season, from late December until late March.
- More information on winter stays may be found here.
- Need ideas for what trip to take? Read our trip guide.
- Explore our huts! You may be surprised at what they offer.
- Our trails are free to use. Explore the trail system!
Maine Huts & Trails will continue to grow and be strong and successful because of you, our community. Upcoming volunteer opportunities this winter include:
Self-Service Caretaking - View information here
Interested in volunteering? Please let us know by sharing your information here.