FREEZEOUT TRAIL & WEBSTER STREAM BACKPACKING TRIPS
One of the quieter wilderness hiking trails in Baxter State Park is the Freezeout Trail, found in the northern section of park, where you are not likely to see many people. The little traveled Freezeout Trail offers incredible scenery and plenty of wildlife, away from the crowds found in the lower end of the park near Katahdin.
A loop trail, which starts and ends at Trout Brook Farm, will take us to Hudson Pond, Frost Pond, Webster Lake, Grand Lake Matagamon and miles along Webster Stream, which Henry David Thoreau paddled on one of his trip to "The Maine Woods". It is a moderate, 35-40 mile backpacking trip, where each night will be spent at a remote tentsite or in rustic leanto shelters, all of which offer waterway views and wilderness settings.
This trip offers many opportunities for trout fishing, swimming, relaxing and wildlife watching. For plenty of solitude, this is a great wilderness backpacking experience in the north Maine woods!
4 NIGHT / 5 DAY BACKPACKING TRIP
$650.00/PERSON (party size is limited to 4)
* Baxter State Park camping fees not included
(Price does not include Baxter State Park camping fees. Party size and reservations are limited, please call in advance for information)
ALL BAXTER STATE PARK TRIPS INCLUDE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE WATERWAY, MEALS, INSTRUCTION, MOST GEAR & EQUIPMENT AND GUIDE.