Guided adventures begin on June 3, 2013!
With Maine Guide Nolan Kilgannon
Tucked away high in the western mountains of Maine, Sugarloaf is home to countless opportunities for outdoor adventure, from canoeing to hiking to fishing and infinitely more. With Sugarloaf's Guided Advantures program, you can explore all that the area has to offer with Maine Guide Nolan Kilgannon. Enjoy a sunrise canoe trip and spot wildlife in its natural environment, take a guided tour of the new Maine Huts and Trails program, and experience the amazing natural environment of Maine's western mountains.
Sunrise Canoe Trip on the North Branch of the Dead River
Experience a Maine sunrise on the gentle waters of the North Branch of the Dead River. Enjoy a breakfast on the river and spot wildlife in its natural environment, including moose, deer, and various bird life.
Maine Huts and Trails Tour
Maine's newest source of outdoor adventure is the exciting Maine Huts and Trails project. Enjoy a short and easy guided hike to the Poplar Spring Falls Hut, complete with lunch. The hike is quick and mostly flat, meaning anyone can enjoy this fun and educational tour.
About Your Guide
Nolan Kilgannon is a Registered Maine Guide and an outdoor recreation enthusiast. He graduated from Lockhaven University with a Bachelor’s degree in Outdoor Recreation Management. He has worked in the outdoor recreation industry for many years as a whitewater kayak instructor, trip leader, and raft guide. Nolan holds a number of certifications including CPR & First Aid, Swift Water Rescue, and Wilderness First Responder.
Nolan is an avid and experienced outdoorsman who has traveled the world kayaking, fishing, canoeing, sailing, hiking, and snowboarding. He has been passionate about Nature his entire life, and will continue enjoying the outdoors for years to come.
Nolan also works as Sugarloaf’s Leisure Service Manger. You can contact Nolan by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 207-237-6893.