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Maine Best Attractions 2010

Maine Best Attractions 2010
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Best Maine Paddle
NORTHERN FOREST CANOE TRAIL, Lake Umbagog to St. John River
The Maine section of this waterway flows a whopping 347 miles, through remote ponds, placid lakes, lively streams, and whitewater. 802-496-2285; northernforestcanoetrail.org

Best Circus without a Tent
BRYANT STOVE & MUSIC, Thorndike
Lights! Music! Action! This antique-stove store-cum-museum features an unusual sidelight: Flip a switch, and the doll circus comes to life. Airplanes fly, a Ferris wheel turns, stuffed animals swing, and Barbie dolls dance, parade, and even (finally) marry Ken. 27 Stovepipe Alley. 207- 568-3665; bryantstove.com

Best Summer Skiing
10TH MOUNTAIN CENTER, Fort Kent
Although constructed for world-class biathlete training (you know, the racers who ski and shoot), the paved 1.5-km loop trail here is open to anyone for roller-skiing and rollerblading; other trails are open for mountain biking. 33 Paradis Circle Road. 207-834-6203; 10thmtskiclub.org

Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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