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If you like to hike in the Millinocket area, you'll love snowshoeing in the Bait Hole Trail System. Snowshoeing is a great way to introduce yourself to winter backcountry travel. If your goal is to get out for a leisurely walk in the snow to take in the Katahdin Regions winter beauty then the Bait Hole snowshoe trail system can provide the skills and experience you seek.



The wonderful thing about snowshoeing is that it's easy to learn and lots of fun. If you can hike you can snowshoe. It's inexpensive compared to other winter recreational opportunities. Snowshoeing is an activity people of all ages can enjoy especially kids.




Heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer and diabetes are conditions directly related to overweight and obesity issues. The timing is right for enhanced activity programs that can be enjoyed regardless of the season. Winter can be a major contributor to becoming over weight and under exercised. Short cold days and long cold nights can lead to months of inactivity and weight gain in both kids and adults. Not to mention missing out on an opportunity to make fresh tracks in the Katahdin Regions snow and breath the winter air. Snowshoeing is a great cardiovascular calorie burning low impact activity that is not only healthy but fun and addictive.


70 lbs. 242
90 lbs. 302
110 lbs. 378
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155 lbs. 563
190 lbs. 690

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