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Trail Magic | Hike to Saddleback

Trail Magic | Hike to Saddleback

The trail revealed itself with the noise of falling water tumbling over rocks, a short footbridge going over the maelstrom. To either side was a noisy creek rife with boulders, the crystal-clear water rapidly meandering through the valley. This part of the Appalachian Trail started off with beauty, and it didn’t end there. I was on my way to Saddleback Mountain, and it was a 12-mile round trip trek.

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Rangeley | RTX Traveler Magazine Issue 21

Rangeley | RTX Traveler Magazine Issue 21

Unspoiled, secluded and natural, Rangeley beckons to be discovered in all four seasons by the family craving both adventure and relaxation on their vacation.

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Rangeley Lake Resort | RTX Traveler Magazine Issue 21

Rangeley Lake Resort | RTX Traveler Magazine Issue 21

Rangeley Lake Resort is a four-season destination where you can relax and get away from it all, in any season. The well-appointed 1, 2, or 3 bedroom cabin accommodations offer full kitchens, fireplaces, generous porches and the privacy of large 1-acre lots

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RTX Traveler Magazine Issue 21 | Rangeley, Maine

By on September 12, 2018
RTX Traveler Magazine Issue 21 | Rangeley, Maine

Let’s talk about change. Yes, we’ve mentioned it before a time or two in this magazine, but here we are again. At RTX we’ve always taken pride in being adaptable to change. When our company was formed in 2012, it was created because we knew timeshare owners wanted a change when it came to their exchange options. With advances in technology that evolve faster than most news agencies can keep up with, we have always evaluated, addressed and adjusted our technology resources, both those used behind the scenes and those we provide to our members.

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Star Struck

Star Struck

The natural wonders of Lake Tahoe compliment the night sky very well: the high altitude sky is often clear and bright, without distracting city lights. Check out Emerald Bay and the reflections off the calm water, and the extremely dark skies of Hope Valley. For higher altitude viewing, Spooner Lake sits at 7,600 feet with many backcountry hikes available.

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