Aroostook County, Home Of Can Am Dog Sled Team Races.
The 21st Annual International Dog Sled Teams Race In The Fort Kent Can Am Event.

Mush, not the playing with your food kind, the Northern Maine International Dog Sled Race kind in Fort Kent ME.

Head up 1-95, then Rt 1, 1A or 11 to the top of Aroostook County. Sign in for the 21st Annual Can Am Crown Northern Maine dog sled races. Starts Friday March 1, wraps up with awards Tuesday March 5th. There are 250, 60, 30 mile grueling dog sled runs to pick from with different course checkpoints, for this list of 2013 Can-Am mushers.

The Fort Kent “Crown Of Maine” Can Am International Dog Sled Races are consistently run, building in popularity and mushers, supporters become close like family.

Watch the past International CAN AM Maine dog sled team video.

If you’re not busy and want to take in a winter Maine dog sled racing event, head to Aroostook County. All the way to the top of Maine, and meet the warm, friendly, genuine people of Fort Kent. Smack dab on the Canadian – US border.

Winter is not a time of hibernation. Maine is outdoor living, recreation year round.

Watch other videos from past International World Cup Biathlon Maine winter events.

Womens World Cup IBU Biathlon In Presque Isle Maine Video.

Or maybe snow sledding, skiing in Northern Maine is your idea of fun. The best winter recreational way to spend your day outdoors in the fresh air, sunshine.

Big Rock Ski Area, Mars Hill Maine Video

Or hop the US Canadian border and put on the boards.

Point those snow skis down Crabbe Mountain, New Brunswick Canada video.

Maine winter outdoor fun is only limited by your imagination. Bundle up, if you are cold you are not dressed properly. Or you need to move those legs, swing those arms. Put more effort into the Maine winter recreation. Get to Maine, no matter what season. Make her a habit, healthy addiction that you can not break.

I’m Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers, ME Broker
207.532.6573
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