The 100 Mile Wilderness site provides lots of information about the 100-Mile Wilderness along the Appalachian Trail in Maine. Though not quite 100 miles long (it stretches for 98 miles from Monson, ME to the Abol Bridge in Millinocket), it is the single longest "unsupported" stretch (wilderness) along the entire 2100+ mile long Appalachian Trail. Check out all the info we have so far and come back again!
We'll provide some of our own photos, but will also offer a place for you to upload some of your gems.
Click on the Photos link to find out more.
We'll provide our own insight into travelling along this trail, as well as offer a place for you to share your stories.
Click on the Trail Info link to find out more.
Though you can go nearly 100 miles without seeing a car, there are multiple points along the route you can access the trail. We'll let you know some of our 'hidden' gems and let you keep others updated as well.
Click on the Access link to find out more.
There are many people and businesses in the area that want to help you out. Find out who they are and what they offer - as well as how to get in touch with them. We'll start you off, but provide you (and the various people hoping to support you) with ways to keep the info fresh.
Click on the Support link to find out more.
PS - Yes, we know that Mount Katahdin is NOT part of the 100-Mile Wilderness. However, this site is dedicated to information regarding the Appalachian Trail from Route 15 in Monson all the way to Baxter Peak on Mount Katahdin (not only just because we can, but because you'd have to be close to insane not to finish those last 15 miles).
Photo of Mt. Katahdin from Katahdin Stream Campground in Baxter State Park, featuring views of Baxter and South Peaks.