AMC’s new lodge lacks historic look, but guests approve

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AMC’s new lodge lacks historic look, but guests approve

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jul 23, 2017 6:16 am

AMC’s new lodge lacks historic look, but guests approve
Medawisla Lodge beside Second Roach Pond opened July 1 and was soon full of guests who came to hike, boat and fish.

...Reservations are required.

The three AMC lodges in Maine are within the 100-Mile Wilderness to the east of Moosehead Lake and are open year-round.

Medawisla is accessible by car in winter via seven miles of logging roads. The other two are acessible only by skis or dog sleds in winter.

AMC purchased the 140-year-old Little Lyford Lodge in 2003. Gorman Chairback Lodge, a sporting camp since 1867, soon followed. Both AMC sites offer guests several cabins and bunkhouses as well as a main lodge that provides meals in the sporting camp tradition.

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