VACATION HOME ID: 302
RENTAL TYPE: House
Beautiful Chalet with Views of Saddleback!
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Beautiful, year round chalet on over an acre of land with fantastic views of Saddleback Mountain. This post and beam hide-away is the perfect setting for your vacation! Three bedrooms plus a Large Loft and a game room on the lower level offer plenty of living space. King-size bed in the loft, one queen-size bed, one bunk bed, two twin-size beds, and one full pull-out couch. Limited to ten please.
Pick Your Season - Rangeley Has It All!
The Rangeley Region offers approximately 150 miles of groomed trails, which connect to hundreds of miles of trails maintained by other area clubs. The trails are maintained with three large tractors and groomed daily as the season progresses.
We are fortunate to have picturesque mountain and lake riding, probably the finest in the East. Scenic areas in all directions leading out of Rangeley and Oquossoc await your arrival. Many of our fine restaurants are trailside and run from pub-type cafes to fine dining. Our trail system is possibly the best in the State. So come up and enjoy.
Trail runs from Andover through our area beyond Saddleback Mountain. To reach Trail on Rt. 17, travel 11.1 miles south from Oquossoc. Trail from Rt. 17 to Rt. 4 is approximately 13 miles.
It is moderate hiking, no real steep sections. Four miles from Rt. 17 is Sabbath Day Pond and shelter. To reach trail-crossing Rt. 4, travel south approximately 9 miles from the center of Rangeley.
BEMIS STREAM TRAIL
Start from Rt. 17, 5.2 miles south of South Shore Drive intersection…1 1/2 miles.
HATCHERY BROOK TRAIL
1/10 mile on Manor Road off Route 4 just west of Rangeley Village. Easy one-mile loop through woods with 3 lakeshore picnic sites.
12 miles south of Rangeley on Rt. 4: picnic area, scenic Spot. Cross footbridge. Trail goes along stream to other falls. Children love this area.
Enter trail at end of paved section of Quimby Pond Road. 4 1/2 miles to top.
17.6 miles south of Oquossoc, turn west off Route 17, cross bridge, turn right onto old railroad line. 3.8 miles after leaving Route 17 take gravel road to left; stay left, through small gravel pits. Follow marked trail, approximately one mile from this point.
Fishing and Swimming:
The Rangeley Lakes Region is an accessible wilderness as vast as it is beautiful. It is the home of world-class brook trout and landlocked salmon fishing in sparkling lakes, ponds, streams, and rivers surrounded by forest-clad mountains, a place of such extraordinary beauty that the angler does well to attend to his fishing. The pristine Rangeley Lakes are known as the birthplace of contemporary fly-fishing, a place where some of the most famous flies originated.
The cool, clean waters of the Rangeley Region offer many enjoyable swimming opportunities. Public swimming areas are found at Lakeside Park in Rangeley Village and at the Rangeley Lakes State Park on South Shore Drive. Lakeside Park offers a sandy beach, enclosed swimming area, a lifeguard, and even swimming lessons.
Fall & Winter Rates:
Nightly .. $250/night (2 night minimum)
Weekly ... $1550/week
Spring & Summer Rates:
Nightly .. $175/night (2 night minimum)
Weekly ... $1000/week
No Smoking & No Pets Please Owners Rate Table
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