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Polly giving the "thumbs up" on Umbagog Lake

Polly giving the "thumbs up" on Umbagog Lake

Kate Sfeir

Dogsledding on Umbagog Lake

Dogsledding on Umbagog Lake

Kate Sfeir

Cormac in lead on Umbagog Lake

Cormac in lead on Umbagog Lake

Rosenfeld

Mrtyle as a puppy and a happy client

Mrtyle as a puppy and a happy client

Rosenfeld

Camp on Umbagog Lake

Camp on Umbagog Lake

M. Dirk MacKnight

A winter camp

A winter camp

M. Dirk MacKnight

Kevin and a client dogsledding on Umbagog Lake

Kevin and a client dogsledding on Umbagog Lake

M. Dirk MacKnight

Paddling on the Allagash river.

Paddling on the Allagash river.

Ulrike Welsch

Polly mushing with Maeve in lead

Polly mushing with Maeve in lead

M. Dirk MacKnight

Paddling by Umbagog Lake

Paddling by Umbagog Lake

Carol Savage

Canoes on Umbagog Lake

Canoes on Umbagog Lake

Kate Sfeir

Canoeing on Umbagog Lake

Canoeing on Umbagog Lake

Kate Sfeir

Mahoosuc Guide Service Dogsledding

Dogsledding with Mahoosuc Guide Service

Activity Maine's Doglsedding with Mahoosuc Guide Service

Mahoosuc Guide Service Doglsedding and Canoeing

We have been in business since 1990 and offer dogsledding trips varying from one to ten days in length. Many of our trips are in Maine and some in northern Quebec. The trips are all guided by the owners, who are master Maine guides, with dogs they have raised from puppyhood. Many of our trips also include the opportunity for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. The food is wholesome and mostly prepared from local sources. Some trips offer cultural experiences working with Native Cree and Inuit of northern Quebec. We also handcraft all of our own dogsleds. Stay in our traditional canvas tents and enjoy the warmth of a wood stove and the comfort of a fir bough floor. 

For your convenience we can provide some winter clothing such as parkas, gloves, and boots.

Canoeing trips vary from one to eight days in length. Travel the Allagash and many other waterways with our own handmade wood canvas canoes, paddles and setting poles. Most meals are cooked over an open campfire using a dutch oven or reflector oven. With these methods we can create some very yummy desserts! 

We also offer canoe trips for the avid fisherman. Paddle some of Maine's most famous waterways and fish for salmon and trout during the most productive times of year. 

All of our trips take you into the last remaining wilderness of Maine and deliver once in a lifetime moments. Don't forget your camera as Maine's flora and fauna are sure to delight. Moose, deer and otter are a few critters you may see on your adventure. 

 

 

 

  • Address 1513 Bear River Rd. Newry, ME US 04261
  • Phone 207-824-2073
  • Website mahoosuc.com/
  • Payments Accepted Personal check, money order or cash
  • Hours

    We are open year round. Best to call between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. 7 days a week.

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