Welcome to the Maine Appalachian Trail Club
where volunteers and trail enthusiasts maintain and manage
267 miles of the Appalachian Trail in Maine.
A mission we’ve been carrying out since 1935.
Read the recent article “Resolved Refuse Removal” on Maine’s Bigelow mountains
Courtesy of A.T. Journeys– the official membership magazine of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy.
Volunteer opportunities range from back-country trail building to carpentry to computer database entry. Trail-building projects offer unique opportunities to meet new people, work as a team and experience the A.T. and surrounding vistas with new appreciation. Corridor Monitors get off the A.T. footpath and explore incredibly beautiful areas rarely seen.
There are many ways to be a part of the MATC
Friends of the A.T. in Maine
This new group promotes and supports MATC’s mission by hosting public events that shine the spotlight on both the trail and the volunteer trail work performed by members of the MATC. Visit the Announcement Page for current listings.