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Maine Moosin, Lakes & Mountains

Maine Moosin, Lakes & Mountains

Welcome Aboard! Travel in comfort aboard our deluxe motor coach to Maine, a state wildly beautiful from its rocky coastline to its forested mountains, and whose motto is "Maine - The Way Life Should Be!" and enjoy a scenic lighthouse, lake cruises and a delightful train excursion in the White Mountains of New Hampshire!

Maine Moosin’, Lakes & Mountains

Portland, Rangeley & White Mountains

Maine & New Hampshire


June 13-18, 2021 (Sunday-Friday


Travel with Gunther Tours to The Rangeley Lakes Region – the Jewel of the Western Maine Mountains.  Outdoor adventure, true serenity, and supreme natural beauty!  Come experience it for yourself and you’ll surely understand the magical appeal of this gem in Maine’s western mountains.  Book Early!



  • Fully escorted Gunther Motor Coach transportation

  • 5 nights hotel accommodations, including:

          - 3 nights at Rangeley Inn

  • 5 breakfasts

  • 2 lunches (including 1 box lunch)

  • 4 dinners 

  • Guided Tours of Maine, including:

          - Portland

          - Rangeley Lakes Region

          - Sunset Moose Tour

  • Attractions and admissions per itinerary, including:

          - Photo-stop at Portland Head Light

          - Len Libby’s Candy Store

          -  Portland “Old Port

          - Photo-stop at Height of Land

          - Rangeley Outdoor Heritage Museum

          - Oquossoc Log Church

          - Rangeley Lake Boat Cruise

          - Bigelow Fields Bison Farm

          - Maine Forestry Museum

          - The Stanley Museum

          - 3-D Historical Stereoscopic Presentation

          - Mount Washington Cog Railway Train Ride

          - Fadden’s Maple Sugarhouse & General Store

  • “Free Afternoon” at the Rangeley Inn

  • Baggage handling (1) per person

  • Driver, Tour Manager & Step-on Guide Gratuities

Day 1

Welcome Aboard! Travel in comfort aboard our deluxe motor coach to Maine, a state wildly beautiful from its rocky coastline to its forested mountains, and whose motto is "Maine - The Way Life Should Be!" After checking into the Hampton Inn in Billerica, Massachusetts for the night, you will have some time to relax and freshen up before going out for a delicious dinner at a local restaurant. (D)


Day 2

After breakfast we depart for Portland, Maine. Upon our arrival we meet our step-on guide, and depart for a tour of Portland. The tour will highlight Portland's beautifully preserved Victorian district, and we drive past the grand dame of Portland architecture, the "Victorian Mansion," and the Wadsworth Longfellow House, where four generations of one remarkable family lived, and made significant contributions to the political, literary, and culture life of New England and the United States. We will also view Portland's busy, working waterfront and the Casco Bay Islands. A photo-stop will be included at Portland Head Light, the oldest lighthouse in Maine. The lighthouse was commissioned by George Washington and built in 1791. Next, we enjoy a fun picture stop in Scarborough, Maine at Len Libby's Candy Store to snap a photo of "Lenny" the 1,700-pound chocolate moose. Following our tour, you will have leisure time to explore Portland's renovated "Old Port" area browsing, shopping and enjoy lunch on your own. Later we depart for the Belgrade Lakes Region, traveling along some of the state's most scenic roads, and our next three nights hotel accommodations at The Rangeley Inn, "A Premier Mountain Inn" in the small town of Rangeley, Maine, situated in an area of 40 lakes and ponds. This region of Maine is a mixture of vast wilderness and soaring mountains. You will have time to unwind and freshen up before enjoying a delicious dinner at the Inn. After dinner you may choose to socialize in the comfortable parlors and sitting areas, relax on the front porch overlooking Main Street or gather in the Rangeley Tavern for an after-dinner cordial. Later retire to your luxurious accommodations for a good night's rest. (B, D)

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Day 3

After breakfast, we meet our step-on guide, and depart for a tour of the Rangeley Lakes Region, an area known for incredible wildlife and beauty! Learn how 1860's Rangeley grew from a small rural farming community to a popular destination for sportsmen and sportswomen. See the area's natural beauty at several scenic photo-stops including Height of Land, a dramatic overlook and one of Maine's most scenic spots! It will literally take your breath away! Next, we visit the Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum. When you just look at the museum's façade that's based on a 1900s taxidermy shop, you know you're in for a weird and wonderful attraction. Step inside and learn about the interesting sporting history in the area. The museum's archive includes interesting displays of local memorabilia and numerous artifacts, beautiful wildlife and nature-based paintings, carvings and more. Also, learn about the famous Americans who came to the area to fish and hunt, including President Dwight Eisenhower. The next stop of the day will be a visit at the Oquossoc Log Church. Built in 1916, the walls and major interior fixtures including the pulpit and alter are all made from spruce logs. We conclude our tour with a delicious lunch served at an authentic Maine Camp, in a dining room overlooking Lake Mooslookmeguntic. After lunch, we return to the Inn and take a narrated cruise on Rangeley Lake. You will be entertained and educated on local history as you cruise the pristine waters of the lake and enjoy endless vistas of Maine's Western Mountains! Following dinner on your own at the Inn's restaurant, we join our step-on guide aboard our deluxe motor coach for an evening Moose & Bison Tour. First, we travel along rural back roads in areas the moose frequent as we search for Maine's iconic and elusive state animal. Our local guide will hopefully get you close enough to a Maine moose to get a great photo and make a great memory! Later we stop at Bigelow Fields Bison Farm. The farm owners, Michael and Nichole Weaver will provide an introduction to the ranch and share their passion for bison. Also, we will observe a feeding of their herd. Where else do you have the chance to view the two largest land mammals in North America? (B, L)

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Day 4

After breakfast, we meet our step-on guide, and depart for a tour of the Maine Forestry Museum. The museum preserves the rich cultural heritage of forestry and conservation in the State of Maine, "The Pine Tree State". Learn about the contributions of logging, logging families, and the forestry industry and discover the many natural resources of the Maine forest. Next, we take a leisurely drive to Kingfield, Maine, the gateway to Sugarloaf Mountain, a major ski resort. Upon our arrival, we tour the Stanley Museum, located in the beautiful Stanley School, built in 1903. The museum commemorates the accomplishments of the Stanley family and the famous "Stanley Steamer" automobile. From memorabilia, old photographs, paintings, and cars, the steam car story comes to life through the various artifacts housed here. Following our tour, we visit downtown Kingfield for some leisure time, shopping and lunch on your own before returning to Rangeley, Maine. This afternoon you are free to design the rest of your day and do as you wish! Enjoy the grandeur and charm of Rangeley's past in this beautifully restored landmark property dating back to the late 19th-century. Experience the local stores all conveniently located within walking distance of the Inn. Or simply enjoy a quiet afternoon, reading a book, sitting back and relaxing on the front porch or by the waterfront on Haley Pond in the Adirondack chairs. A delicious dinner awaits you tonight in the dining room, followed by a 3-D Historical Presentation of the Rangeley Lakes Region. This special presentation allows you to view amazing stereoscopic photographs of Rangeley taken circa 1868 - 1898. You will be given 3-D glasses to view vintage images projected on a large screen, and your host will explain the history of events and resulting settlement of the region. Step back in time with this very unique presentation before retiring to your room for a good night's sleep. (B, D)

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Day 5

After breakfast it's time to bid farewell to the lovely lakes region and secluded backwoods of Maine. Settle back, relax and enjoy the scenery on our drive down to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Upon our arrival in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire we board the Mount Washington Cog Railway and embark on one of the world's greatest railway adventures on the World's First Mountain-Climbing Cog Railway train. The scenic train ride takes passengers to the summit of Mountain Washington! You will enjoy the spectacular panorama that stretches out before you as the diesel locomotives climb the tallest mountain in the Northeast. A box lunch is included. Next, we travel to North Woodstock, New Hampshire and have some leisure time to explore Fadden's General Store and Maple Sugar House. Opening in 1896, the family owned and operated old-fashioned general store is run by a 5th generation of the Fadden Family. Stocked with the area's largest selection of maple syrup and maple sugar products, the General Store has a little bit of everything from lollipops and various candy, to souvenirs and groceries, and more. Fadden's Maple Sugar House is located behind the 122-year old General Store. No stranger to sweet success, the family's maple syrup has been awarded the Carlisle Award, New Hampshire Maple Producers Association's top honor for producing the state's best syrup eight times. Before checking into the Hampton Inn in Billerica, Massachusetts for the night, we are treated to dinner at a Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. A $20.00 gift card is provided for you. (B, L, D)

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Day 6

After a deluxe continental breakfast, we depart for home taking with us fond memories of a wildly beautiful adventure in the Maine woods, scenic lighthouse and lake cruises and a delightful train excursion in the White Mountains of New Hampshire! An amazing and unforgettable tour!


B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D =Dinner

June 13-18, 2021 (Sunday-Friday)




$1,349.00 Double/PP


$1,279.00 Triple/PP


$1,269.00 Quad/PP


$1,689.00 Single


Deposit:  $125.00/PP


Balance Due:  April 30, 2021



                          Depart                 Return

Gunther              7:00 AM               6:45 PM

Carney                6:45 AM               6:00 PM

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details Times
Carney Park & Ride Carney Park & Ride - 2980 Jomat Ave. Parkville, MD
Exit 31A (Harford Rd north) off Route 695
Gunther Charters Gunther's - 7443 Shipley Ave. Harmans, MD (GPS)
Lot C off of Shipley Ave.
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