Big, bold ideas are the life force of any business. And what better way to inspire them thAn the big, bold High Peaks of western Maine?
A few short hours from the clamor of the office, the High Peaks are the ideal environment for your next corporate retreat. Devoid of cubicles, spreadsheets and dress codes, turn your team loose in the High Peaks and let their imaginations run wild. Up here, blue-sky thinking is anything but cliché. And rainstorms inspire brainstorms.
Home to Maine’s most bustling mountains, the town of Carrabassett Valley boasts access to, not only amazing days on the slopes, but golfing, hiking, mountain biking, camping, ATV-ing and fishing. So, whether you’re looking for a place to help untether and unwind, or an adventure to get the adrenaline pumping – Carrabassett Valley has an experience for you.
On the shores of one of Maine’s undeveloped lakes, Eustis is an idyllic getaway into the true Maine wild. This tiny community quickly gives way to the nature with the breathtaking views of the Bigelow Preserve just outside your door. Find true escape in the outdoors and hike, fish, camp, cross country ski or snowshoe to your heart’s desire.
Known for its rural character and four-season activities, Kingfield sits at the base of the High Peaks and boasts beautiful mountain, river and valley views. The town’s quaint downtown, museums, creative dining options and close proximity to Sugarloaf make it a must-see location for any visit to the High Peaks.
A lakeside paradise in the Maine woods, Oquossoc is renowned as a fishing and hunting mecca. This peaceful retreat will pull you away from the constant buzz of busy offices and into a sanctuary for inspiration. A sportsperson’s paradise, Oquossoc is home to the Outdoor Heritage Museum.
For visitors seeking both the thrill of outdoor adventure and the peaceful calm of nature, Rangeley truly has it all. The 35-mile Rangeley Lakes National Scenic Byway offers spectacular views of Rangeley Lake, the mountains and the falls. Visitors note the abundance of wildlife, hiking trails, gorgeous sunsets, fishing, camping, snowmobiling and numerous additional four-season activities.
If you’re feeling the need to really immerse yourself in nature, the Maine wilderness is for you. In this entirely off-the-grid experience, you can eliminate the distractions of a corporate environment in favor of fresh air and peace of mind. This true retreat is bound to spark the idea you’ve been waiting for.
Mt Blue State Park’s quaint rural home, Weld is a scenic escape from the hustle of corporate life. Nestled among the mountains, the tiny town abuts Webb Lake where you can enjoy a relaxing day with your team on the water with a boat ride, golf through idyllic courses, or hike the iconic Tumbledown Mountain. Or if you would prefer a bit more direction, Weld offers a wealth of guided activities and services from a variety of hikes to sea plane tours.
Wilton’s historic downtown district sits adjacent to the beautiful 563 acre Wilson Lake, giving residents and visitors easy access to untouched nature and the bustle of a small town. A public beach, athletic courts, outdoor skating rink and quaint shops and restaurants offer plenty of options for activities and relaxation.