Route 201 - Wyman Lake

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Maine State Museum

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Solon To Bingham Rail Trail

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Bike Maine Calendar

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Moose Cow with Calf - MoscowRoute 201 winding around Wyman Lake - MoscowRoute 201 bending around Wyman LakeOld Canada Road Byway SignJackman Attean Overlook

 

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Explore Maine Scenic Byways

Kennebec & Moose River Valley Byways

Visitors flock to this region known for its outstanding outdoor recreation opportunities, including biking, hiking, canoeing, whitewater rafting and fishing.

Moosehead Lake (formerly Seboomook)

Highlights: boating, camping, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, foliage viewing, hiking trails, lake, pond, river views, mountain views, skiing, snowmobiling, wildlife

Traveling through Maine's Moosehead Lake region, Moosehead Lake Scenic Byway (formerly Seboomook) takes Route 15 from Greenville to Jackman.

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Old Canada Road (Route 201)

Highlights: beaches, swimming holes, bicycling, boating, camping, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, foliage viewing, hiking trails, lake, pond, river views, mountain views, whitewater rafting, snowmobiling, wildlife

Route 201 follows the old river trading paths of the Abenaki tribe, leading visitors back in time through towns where turn-of-the-century homes line the main thoroughfare. This byway passes through The Forks, where the Dead and Kennebec Rivers meet. This area is well-known for rafting expeditions down these swift-flowing rivers. The route ends at the US international border crossing at Sandy Bay.

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