Celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the publication of Henry David Thoreau’s “The Maine Woods” with a private, informative tour to a portion of the land Thoreau explored with his Penobscot Indian guides (also named the Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail).
On your four-hour jeep excursion, you will learn about Thoreau’s travels in the wilderness of Maine and why his last words were “Indian” and “moose”. To commemorate your trip, you will receive a gift bag containing a copy of Thoreau’s book, “The Maine Woods”, a “Maine Survival Kit” and a unique “Greenville, Maine” souvenir.
3 night stay with breakfast at a private table included each morning while viewing the magnificent Moose Mountain Range. Prices starting at $687.00 for a party of 2. $50.00 extra per person (maximum 4 guests)
May 15- October 13
- 3 night accommodation
- Breakfast each morning at a private table
- Private 4 hour guided tour
- All transportation included
- Thoreau’s book, “The Maine Woods”
- “Maine Survival Kit”
- “Greenville, Maine” souvenir
*Does not include tax or gratuity. Subject to availability. Minimum of 3 night stay.