Dog sledding trips from the lodge have been very popular this winter. With plenty of snow and trails in great condition; this has been a full filled activity. Guests have not only come back talking about sledding but this year, they are greeted by a batch of puppies. You can see they are enjoying the new puppies as much as the trip. There is still plenty of time to take in winter activities from the Lodge at Moosehead Lake.
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These photos were taken this morning at the start of the 100 mile dog sled race in Greenville, Maine. They will end their trip at the Fish & Wildlife offices with a bonfire and celebrate the winners. The dogs were beautiful and ready to run. The guide used at the lodge was participating and the conditions were perfect. Be sure to schedule a once in a lifetime experience when you stay at the lodge this winter.
The 30 Mile Wilderness Dogsled race is scheduled for February 6th starting at 11:30 AM. It begins and ends in Greenville Maine at the Maine Warden Service. Sled dog teams race up the lake, crossing Lily Bay Road and jumping on the trail that connects to the 100 Mile Wilderness area over Appalachian Mountain Club Camp to Camp Ski Trails and Plum Creek Timberland Property.
Many Viewing points, one of the best being at West Branch Pond Camps in Frenchtown Township. Easy access downtown at Warden Service in Greenville at race start. For more info and map check out our website and come back to the Lodge for a Cozy Winter Weekend that includes a full breakfast and a winter supper.