Ice Fish Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Millinocket
... was hard, but the views were astounding. I really enjoyed hiking hard and being rewarded with breath taking views.
Once I had made it through the Whites I was on my way to the Maine. I crossed into the last state and it began to hit me that my hike was coming to an end. Currently I am only 32.6 miles away from the top of Mt. Katahdin. I will be done in 2 days and it is definitely bittersweet. It is hard for me to believe that I am this close to the end.
... fun on the trail. Most of it was just a lovely forest trail, but there were parts like a Krypton Factor assault course with a succession of balance beams that allow us to navigate over streams and more marshy parts easily. We see chipmunks, squirrels, a small snake (that I nearly stood on as I was at the front!), a mouse, and a frog along the way. Unfortunately, or fortunately depending on how you look at it, no bears or moose; though we were given strict instructions on what to ...
... dense forest blocked a lot of the rain from reaching us. We reached the waterfall, and, forgetting we still had another 1.5 miles, picked up the pace. The rain slowed and eventually so did we. We stopped again and thought, REALLY? WHY AREN'T WE BACK YET?! Both of our legs were ready to collapse. I asked Mark for a piggy back and I think he seriously thought about rubbing my face in dirt for even asking. I also force fed him half of a browning, mushy banana so I know that ...
... a review about watching moose swim from the campsite, i was drooling…
my undertaking was to convince dh to make the 19 mi drive on the pothole ridden road..
..a sunny day & a welcome breeze at the camp paired w/ inviting kayaking possibilities ...
... that I plan to never do again. With aching leg muscles, sore feet, a shivering, soaked body from head to toe, and a headache from analyzing so many sticky situations, my spirits were still high. All these conditions were simply part of the experience I signed up for, so even after finishing I was thrilled to be out here on the trail. Tomorrow I will hike out of Baxter and enter the 100 mile wilderness, another difficult section that will surely test my ...