For Immediate Release
August 17, 2016
Nancy Marshall, Nancy Marshall Communications on behalf of Maine Huts & Trails
207-623-4177 or firstname.lastname@example.org
KINGFIELD, Maine - Maine Huts & Trails is celebrating Maine's harvest season with a farm-to-hut dining experience on Saturday, September 17. The harvest dinner will take place at Stratton Brook Hut where participants enjoy a farm fresh meal at 1,900'. This eco-friendly, off-the-grid hut offers prime fall foliage views of the Bigelow Mountain range, Sugarloaf Mountain and beyond.
|Maine Huts & Trails is celebrating Maine's harvest season with a farm-to-hut dining experience at the Stratton Brook Hut. Credit: Maine Huts & Trails|
Preparing the dinner will be a talented local chef, working closely with local farmers to create the perfect seasonal menu. Maine Huts & Trails is internationally known for their impressive backcountry cuisine. The chefs at each hut use locally sourced and organic ingredients whenever possible. The meal will feature multiple courses and a full menu will be released before the event.
Reservations include lodging at Stratton Brook Hut and three meals (including the harvest dinner with each course paired with wine and a lunch for the next day's hike out). Tickets start at $140 per person for members and $150 per person for non-members.
|Hike or bike for prime fall foliage views.
Credit: Maine Huts & Trails
Guests are encouraged to explore the area for an unforgettable leaf-peeping experience. Stratton Brook Hut is ideal for hikers, as it allows direct access to the Bigelow Preserve, home of multiple 4,000' peaks, for ultimate foliage views. Mountain bikers will enjoy more than 50 miles of single track trails. The area is home to hundreds of bird species, secluded fishing spots, and pristine rivers and lakes for paddling canoes or kayaks.
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About Maine Huts & Trails:
Maine Huts & Trails is a nonprofit organization offering guests outdoor adventure in the woods of western Maine and comfortable accommodations in its backcountry lodges, or "huts," interconnected by trails. It is committed to land preservation, protecting the natural resources of the forest, and leaving a minimal environmental footprint. It is also dedicated to using local vendors and partnering with Maine businesses to support the state's economy. Located two hours north of Portland near the Sugarloaf ski resort, Maine Huts & Trails operates four huts and maintains a total trail system of 80 miles. Though the huts are off-grid, each offers conveniences including home-cooked meals, hot showers, solar lighting, composting toilets, and radiant wood heat throughout. Professionally guided tours, trip planning assistance and a gear shuttle service are available. To learn more visit, www.mainehuts.org.