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Maine Things To Do Drive The Golden Road: Mountain Views And Moose Too!
Posted by mainetodo on Tuesday, December 19 @ 08:05:22 EST

Spring, Summer, Fall: The Golden Road runs from the town of Millinocket all the way to the Canadian border bisecting Maine's remote forest lands. Named after the wealth in timber the road carries, it also offers breathtaking views of Mount Katahdin and wildlife viewing opportunities along its course. May June and September are prime time for Moose viewing along the Golden Road and they can be found feeding in the shallows of ponds and deadwaters near the road. The road is public from Ambejejus Lake to Ragged Stream and can be driven west

all the way to the Quebec Border for a small fee at a Northwoods gated checkpoint. The area is full of opportunities for the sportsman for fishing, boating, hiking, and hunting or just sightseeing. Note: This is a working logging road so be sure to park off the road completely to safely view wildlife.


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