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Visit a remote lodge and collection of cozy cabins in the heart of the One Hundred Mile Wilderness in north-central Maine. At Little Lyford, the Appalachian Mountain Club has updated a historic sporting camp and turned it into a comfortable retreat for winter visitors looking to engage in cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and fat-tire biking—completely off the grid. Guests can stay in private cabins or group bunkhouses (all heated by wood stoves) while enjoying hearty meals in a communal lodge. Learn more about the camp and the AMC’s mission of protecting and managing this important parcel of land in what remains the largest contiguous forest in the United States.