Polly receives Wiggie Robinson “Legendary Maine Guide Award” for 2021 by Inland Fisheries and Wildlife of Maine!

Story about us in the New York Times from January 2022!

Polly chosen as one of the Maine Biz “Women to Watch” for 2021

Canoeing Day Trips in Maine and New Hampshire with Mahoosuc Guide Service

Natural Resources Council of Maine collaborates with Mahoosuc Guide Service for a 10% member discount on MGS trips

Active Travel blog post for canoeing day trips

Nice mention of us for a Christmas gift idea – Active Travels

Kevin is interviewed for this article for the Portland Press Herald

Nice mention in our local paper – Lewiston Sun Journal

Lead dog, Teslin, is part of client’s wedding vows on Umbagog Lake dogsledding with Mahoosuc – Portland Press Herald

Good article about mushers and dogs in Portland Press Herald

Nice mention in DownEast Magazine – Holiday Issue – Dec. 2018

Nice mention about us in Bethel Living Magazine

We are one of the editor’s pick for outdoor explorers for Yankee Magazine’s travel guide to New England 2018. They are recommending our Allagash canoe trips

See the article in Wilderness Society about: “Polly’s Story”

Nice mention in Yankee Magazine about Polly and her dogs!

We are one of the featured businesses in “Maine The Way’s” first issue, a slow journalism publication about Maine businesses. They did a superb job with photos and content capturing who we are here at Mahoosuc. We also made the front cover with a fantastic shot taken with a drone!

Thank you Edgar Allen Beem, great writer and client

Thanks for this endorsement with Tripping.Com

Great mention in Backpacker Magazine this month!

Thanks writer, Steve Jermanok, for the mention in Active Travels.com

We have the honor of getting Yankee Magazine’s Best of New England Editor’s Choice Award for Best Paddling Outfitter for 2017

Nice mention about us in the Boston Globe

Writer Carey Kish goes on the West Branch of the Penobscot River with Polly in late July 2016 and writes an article for Maine Today about his “bucket list” canoe trip

Mahoosuc Guide Service guided a “Facing Waves – Paddling Maine” film crew down the Allagash in June 2016. It was aired on Outside Television and sponsored by Maine Woods Discovery. Here are a couple short films about the trip: Video One and Video Two.

Mahoosuc Guide Service was just featured in a film called “On the Allagash” which won first prize at the Waterwalker Film Festival in Canada receiving the award for best environmental film

Harvard Travelers Club
Polly spoke on November 10, 2015 at the Harvard Travelers Club in Cambridge, MA about her travels with the Cree in northern Quebec.

Harvard Magazine: The Dog Days of Wintersession
Mahoosuc Guide Service hosted a group of undergraduates from Harvard University earlier this winter.

Maine Quarterly: The Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the publication of “The Maine Woods” by Henry David Thoreau, an intrepid group of modern-day explorers—including academics, members of the Penobscot Tribe of Maine and leading outdoor experts—retraced one of Thoreau’s three epic journeys into the wilds of Maine.

CBS Sunday Morning with Mahoosuc Guide Service and Maine Woods Discovery
Retracing Thoreau’s journey through the wilds of Maine.

WABANAKI-THOREAU COMMEMORATIVE CANOE TRIP
Mahoosuc Guide Service is teaming up with Maine Woods Discovery for a 3-week canoe trip that retraces the route Henry David Thoreau canoed with his Penobscot guide, Joe Polis.  2014 marks the 150th anniversary of the publishing of H.D. Thoreau’s book, The Maine Woods.  Click here if you would like to see the itinerary for this trip, which starts May 16th on Indian Island. If you are interested in retracing a part of this historic route, see our Wabanaki-Thoreau Trail canoe trip on the West Branch Penobscot River.

IN FOCUS: DOG SLEDDING AT MAHOOSUC LODGE, NEWRY
From Maine Today – by Doug Brun, 3/4/2014
Master Maine Guides Kevin Slater and Polly Mahoney of the Mahoosuc Mountain Lodge in Newry, Maine, introduce us to their lodge and their mushing dogs. We meet Kevin and Polly, their dogs, as we ride along to experience the wild and beautiful experience of dog-sledding in the great state of Maine.

What do do with kids in the winter in the Boston Globe

The Impulsive Traveler: A dog-sledding ad­ven­ture in Maine – The Washington Post
The couple is hugely devoted to their dogs, which are descended from the last team used by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to patrol remote parts of the Yukon. The long-legged, broad-chested canines are nothing like the small, fast-moving dogs used in races such as the Iditarod, where 10 or more might pull a single sled. At Mahoosuc, Kevin and Pauline breed dogs solely for their own purposes, and a dog that is born on the property stays there until it dies.

CNN article top 5 places to mush in North America
Mush! Five places to go dog sledding -CNN
Snow flies in your face as furry friends pull you across the isolated tundra. You feel the air freeze your breath, but the cold won’t stop you. You’re facing Mother Nature head on — with the help of a trusty guide, of course.