Maine has its own share of travel attractions, and with its forests, glaciers and jagged and indented shorelines, most travelers go here to experience the outdoors.

New England is a historic place itself, yet the state of Maine has a unique pull to its tourism industry with the number of outdoor activities that it offers to visitors. 

 
Aside from camping, hunting, boating, sport fishing, skiing and snowmobiling, more and more travelers content themselves with simple hiking—and experiencing the natural wonders of Maine on foot.
 
Check out the official video released by the Maine Office of Tourism, which shares,
 
 
Hundreds of miles of backpacking trails reach as far as you desire to travel on foot into Maine’s woods and mountains, where an excellent system of shelters and tent sites offer backpackers plenty of possibilities for exploration. Step away from the paved roads and onto the trail and you’ll soon find plenty of quiet and solitude as well as moose, deer, eagles and loons.

 

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