(Arlington, MA) – Ciclismo Classico’s NEW “Maine Fall Foliage Eco-Lodge Photo Tour” is slated during the peak of Northern New England’s fall foliage, October 2-5, 2015.  Over the course of four days and three nights, guests will explore the birch-lined shorelines of Flagstaff Lake and the meandering Dead River, hike through secluded natural forests, and photograph the breathtaking colors of fall foliage. Maples, birch, poplar, and oak will display brilliant colors against the dark greens of pine, spruce, hemlock and fir forests. There will be plenty of opportunities to photograph moose, deer, fox eagles, loons and other waterfowl. Guest will overnight at the nationally recognized eco-lodges of Maine Huts & Trails. The tour starts at $1,195. For more info, visit or call 800-866-7314.


Highlights of the tour:

  • Daily photo opportunities during peak New England fall foliage
  • Hike along Flagstaff Lake’s famous shorefront Birch Trail
  • Guided canoe trip on the flat-water section of the Dead River
  • Photography visit to Grand Falls
  • Opportunities to photography Bigelow Mountains, a 26-mile long mountain range with two of Maine’s highest peaks
  • Presentations by local professional nature photographers
  • Daily presentations and discussions of photographic techniques, composition, and critiques of participant’s work
  • Home cooked local foods, prepared by talented hut staff


About Ciclismo Classico:

As a specialized “boutique” tour operator since 1988, Ciclismo Classico provides the most authentic, unique and exciting vacations in the adventure travel industry. Its well-crafted educational trips are active immersions into local art, language, music and, of course, cuisine. By combining legendary service and rare cultural experiences, the Ciclismo philosophy continues to energize and transform each and every guest.



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