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Local and national controversy has surrounded Maine’s recently established Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument in recent months. While there has been plenty of noise generated by these debates, none of it has touched on the reason the monument was created in the first place: to protect and encourage public access to Maine's natural beauty and outdoor adventures. In September of 2017, a team of four Maine-born photographers and filmmakers set off into Katahdin Woods & Waters to document the land in hopes of encouraging more public use. Their film, Monumental, documents a five day, 64-mile-long human powered circumnavigation of the park by canoe, bike, and foot. For additional content from the trip head Mountain Gear Baxter Brewing Co. Good To-Go

Posted by Old Town Canoes & Kayaks on Thursday, January 18, 2018


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