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Ktaadn: The Greatest Mountain

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Ktaadn: The Greatest Mountain

For the third year in a row, The Wild Outsiders join up with their fellow A.T. hiking friends to summit Maine's tallest mountain, Mt. Katahdin. For the first time in three ascents, they are graced with beautiful conditions and 360° views. A grand celebration of times past and times to come!

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Adventure in Acadia National Park

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Adventure in Acadia National Park

On a mission to find the best paddling Downeast, Teton and Moose spend 3 days exploring the ins and outs of the breathtakingly beautiful Acadia National Park. Check out their list of must-sees in Maine's only National Park.

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Backpacking the Bold Coast

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Backpacking the Bold Coast

The Wild Outsiders discover one of Maine's most spectacular hidden gems, the Bold Coast. Located along Maine's most eastern shore, the Cutler Public Reserve Lands offer explorers an unforgettable experience paired with some of Maine's most beautiful coastal sights.

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Getaway to the Goslings

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Getaway to the Goslings

Eager to hit the seas, The Wild Outsiders take off on an early spring weekend trip to The Gosling Islands in Casco Bay. This relaxing two night trip to West Gosling and Lower Goose Island was full of wildlife sightings, marvelous scenery, and ocean solitude.

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Mt. Katahdin & the Knife Edge

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Mt. Katahdin & the Knife Edge

On their one year A.T. anniversary, The Wild Outsiders return to "the greatest mountain" for an unforgettable adventure. They are joined by trail friends Twirls and Alpine, and friend Fin.  

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Limington Rips: Class II Practice

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Limington Rips: Class II Practice

Teton takes a day to run rapids with experienced whitewater paddler, Kevin Rodgers. They head up to Limington Rips, a popular whitewater section on the Saco River and enjoy a beautiful fall day on the water.

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Moosehead Lake

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Moosehead Lake

A weekend spent on Maine's largest lake: Island camping and moose sightings fill this two day excursion to one of the most expansive north woods areas.

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2-Day Island Tour

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2-Day Island Tour

Travelling over 33 miles to 32 islands in Casco Bay, Teton leads a two day sea kayaking excursion with paddle partner and friend, Corduroy. 

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Scarborough Marsh Paddle

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Scarborough Marsh Paddle

Teton and Grey Wolf take an evening paddle through Scarborough's beautiful salt water marshes. This Maine Bird Watching Trail destination offers serene, quiet water that snakes its way to the ocean.

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Highs and Bigelows

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Highs and Bigelows

Teton and Moose spend their 4th of July weekend on the shore of Flagstaff Lake at the base of the Bigelow Mountain Range in Maine. A weekend filled with paddling, hiking, and plenty of R&R in one of the most beautiful areas in the north east.

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Ram Island Ledge Light

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Ram Island Ledge Light

Teton and friend, Animal, paddle three miles off the coast to Ram Island and Ram Island Ledge to visit a retired light house at the entrance of Portland Harbor.

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Richmond Island

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Richmond Island

Moose and Teton discover a hidden gem off the coast of Cape Elizabeth, Maine. They paddle to the island and discover a paradise unlike anything they have experienced before; beaches, forest, and wild ram. This is a truly serene and private getaway.

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Cow Island Campout

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Cow Island Campout

Moose and Teton take advantage of the changing seasons and go on their first camping trip since the Appalachian Trail. A 3 mile paddle off the coast of Portland, Cow Island, is situated in the heart of Casco Bay. 

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Welcome to Portland, Maine

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Welcome to Portland, Maine

The Wild Outsiders complete the Appalachian Trail and move to Portland, Maine. After walking all the way there, they figure they should see what "the best of New England" has to offer. Named one of the best cities for young adventure-driven, outdoorsy adults, Portland seems like a good fit.

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