Huts Overview | Maine Huts & Trails

Huts Overview

The ‘huts’ are four off-the-grid eco lodges situated along an 80-mile trail system. When you arrive at a hut, you’ll find a spacious great room, cozy reading area, and a breezy screened-in porch. Every hut is equipped with hot showers, toilets, comfortable heated bunkrooms and convenient gear drying rooms. 
 
Like the European huts that inspired our model, guests stay in shared bunkrooms with a variety of bunk configurations. Private bunkrooms are available at each hut, and must be booked when you make your reservation. So why are they called huts? Learn the story behind our name here.

Stratton Brook Hut in winterStratton Brook Hut >>

The newest hut, best for hikingmountain biking, skiing and snowshoeing


Flagstaff Hut in the fallFlagstaff Hut >>

Great for families, multi-activity: paddlinghiking, skiing and fat biking


Grand Falls Hut interiorGrand Falls Hut >>

Renowned for trout & salmon fishing, biking and skiing


Poplar HutPoplar Hut >>

Best for hikingbiking, skiing, snowshoeing and fat biking


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