Renowned as one of the most fertile fishing locations worldwide, Penobscot Bay outshines its counterparts in the production of the world-famous Maine Lobster. This Bay provides the scenic backdrop for our exciting six-day multi-sport adventure, where you’ll experience a blend of biking, hiking, and kayaking.
Beginning your journey at Pemaquid Point, a significant hub of pre-colonial commerce in the New World, you will immerse yourself in the historical echoes of Maine’s past.
Your journey continues to the rugged allure of Monhegan Island and through the charming coastal towns of Rockland and Camden. Along the way, you’ll indulge in unforgettable cycling experiences, absorb stunning panoramic views, and enjoy plenty of fresh local food.
With each pedal, step, and paddle, you’ll uncover Maine’s scenic coast’s diverse beauty and rich history through this unparalleled multi-sport adventure.
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Portland, Maine (PWM)
Tour starts any Sunday from Mid May to Mid-October
$2295.00 per person double occupancy
One of our staff will meet you at our waterfront pick-up location for the transfer to the charming village of Damariscotta. Take time to explore the town before cycling back roads to Pemaquid Point. Visit the Pemaquid Point Light and the Colonial Pemaquid Historic Site before arriving at the inn.
Begin your day with a quick 5-mile cycle to New Harbor and the ferry to Monhegan Island. You will lock your bikes at the ferry as you hop on the ferry. Located ten miles off the coast, Monhegan has inspired artists for decades. You can spend the day hiking the perimeter of the island for stunning ocean views and still have plenty of time to relax in an Adirondack chair and enjoy the island vibes.
Today you will catch a different ferry that will carry you back to the mainland and the fishing village of Port Clyde. Take time to browse the artist studios before cycling the Marshall Point Light; Forrest Gump ran here. Tonight’s destination is Rockland, home to the Farnsworth Museum of American Art and many shops and galleries.
You have a lot of choices today. The ride from Rockland to Camden is only 10 miles. Camden is one of the most picturesque towns on the Maine Coast, featuring a well-sheltered harbor surrounded by hills lush with forests. In the afternoon, you sail Penobscot Bay on a classic wooden schooner.
You begin the day kayaking Camden Harbor on a guided kayak tour. You will enjoy beautiful views of the Camden Hills and Curtis Island Lighthouse. After kayaking, you will have time for lunch before an early afternoon transfer back to Portland.