Volunteers and trail enthusiasts maintaining and managing 267 miles of the Appalachian Trail in Maine.
A mission we’ve been carrying out since 1935.
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Volunteer with the MATC – There are MANY opportunities for volunteers to help the MATC preserve and protect the Appalachian Trail in Maine, and have FUN to boot.
- Campsite Maintainer Wanted – White Cap DistrictCarl A. Newhall Campsite – Be the maintainer for a campsite named for a MATC legend! The Newhall campsite is located in the beautiful White Cap range and near Gulf Hagas. Drive… Read more: Campsite Maintainer Wanted – White Cap District
- Trail Maintainer Vacancy: White Cap DistrictSection of trail north of Gulf Hagas – This section starts at the junction of the Gulf Hagas Cut-Off Trail going north for a distance of 2.2 miles. Access to the section is… Read more: Trail Maintainer Vacancy: White Cap District
- Trail Maintainer Vacancy: White Cap DistrictSection of trail near Gulf Hagas – This section starts at the West Branch of the Pleasant River going north to the junction of the Gulf Hagas Cut-Off Trail plus the Gulf… Read more: Trail Maintainer Vacancy: White Cap District
- MATC on “Borealis”MATC President Tom Gorrill is interviewed in Episode 2 of Borealis! You can watch it on Maine Public’s YouTube channel. Borealis is a new multi-media outdoors series hosted by Aislinn Sarnacki… Read more: MATC on “Borealis”
- Hurricane Lee and Potential Impacts to MaineAlert – Hurricane Lee 9/14/23 Update: The National Hurricane Center is predicting winds and rain from Hurricane Lee will impact Maine Friday evening (9/15) through Saturday night. The predicted track could… Read more: Hurricane Lee and Potential Impacts to Maine
- Work on Stratton Brook Pond RoadA contractor for the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands will be working on the Stratton Brook Pond Road (popular access to the west side of the Bigelows) around the third… Read more: Work on Stratton Brook Pond Road