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Activities at the Falls

If you dont like the weather in Mainewait five minutesAll Mainers know that you just can t count on our weather to stay the same for any reasonable period of time. That s why we will always try to run the majority of our activities as scheduled, rain or shine, warm or cold.

Saturday January 24th

2015

8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim

Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Sunday January 25th 2015 8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

Monday January 26th 2015 8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

8:45-11:15am Walking Tour of the Marginal Way Join us on a guided tour of Maine s most famous footpath. See the sights and learn the fascinating story behind this special piece of coastline. Tour participants will need to be comfortable walking up to 2.5 miles. This is a spectacular trip that will demand the attention of your camera! Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

12:00-4:00pm Beaver Ponds, Mountain Tops, and Mysterious Rock Formations Come explore an old colonial road with an incredible landscape. This hike is 3.6 miles long and contains a natural earth and stone trail with moderate terrain. The trip will take you through some very interesting physical features not typically seen all on one trail. Participants should be in good physical condition and will need to bring a water bottle. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

Tuesday January 27th 2015 8:00-9:00am Little Fish Swim Designated for children 7 and under and their adult guardian(s).

8:45-11:45am Mountain Trail Hike Come experience the beauty of our coastal mountains and the best views Southern Maine has to offer! The trail has moderate terrain and is 2 miles long. Participants should be in good physical condition and will need to bring a water bottle. Be sure to dress appropriately to match the weather conditions. Long sleeves, pants, hat, or bug spray always helps to keep the bugs away during the summer months. Participants need to sign up in advance in the hallway directly across from the Front Desk. Meet by the Lobby for departure.

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