Rangeley | RTX Traveler Magazine Issue 21

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Unspoiled, secluded and natural, Rangeley beckons to be discovered in all four seasons by the family craving both adventure and relaxation on their vacation. As the spring season begins around Memorial Day, this fisherman’s paradise for landlocked salmon and brook trout calls your name. Greenery emerges in the fields and forests, the loons return and lucky visitors may see a newborn deer or moose. In summer, the region’s six major pristine lakes come alive with swimmers and boaters. Play golf or tennis, take a bike ride or lake cruise. Discover endless hiking trails through the dense forest and picture-perfect vistas, and cool off in the crystal clear mountain swimming holes. Canoeing and kayaking are also popular with many well-worn canoe trails and portages. Eye-popping color marks the fall season, with the mountainsides transformed. In winter, enjoy snowmobiling the region’s 150 miles of groomed trails, and uncrowded skiingRangeley article 3 at 4,120 foot Saddleback Mountain. There are also a variety of Nordic skiing and snowshoeing trails at the Rangeley Lakes Trails Center. Rangeley is a journey back in time to the way things used to be, and we invite you to experience it!

 

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About the Author: Pat Barcas serves as staff writer and photographer for RTX Traveler Magazine, based in Asheville, NC. His favorite RTX destinations are on the beach: Orange Beach, Alabama, New Smyrna Beach, Florida, and Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. .

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