Exploring Maine’s Kennebec Valley in All Seasons

Fat tire biking at Quarry Road Trails in Waterville, Maine.

I’m a little late with this post, but I wanted to share some work I did in 2021 and early 2022 for the Kennebec Valley Tourism Council. Like other tourism projects I’ve done in Maine in recent years, this one was in partnership with my friends at Thalo Blue Destination Marketing, who did the heavy lifting of producing this shoot, while I just showed up to camp, paddle, hike, and snowshoe my way to some pictures.

Grateful Grain Brewing Company in Monmouth, Maine.

The Kennebec Valley is full of outdoor recreation opportunities that are less crowded than some of Maine’s better known tourism hot spots like Acadia National Park or the Appalachian Trail. And like much of New England, it has plenty of great craft beer producers.

Summer fishing on the Kennebec River with a registered Maine Guide.
Kennebec River swimming hole.
Snowboarding at Quarry Road Trails in Waterville, Maine.
Pisgah Fire Tower, Winthrop, Maine.

You can see some past shoots I’ve done with Thalo Blue here: https://ecophotography.com/maine-beaches-tourism-photography-shoot/ and here: https://ecophotography.com/maine-tourism-awards/.

Fall foliage season will be upon us soon – -enjoy!


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