100 Mile Wilderness
Yes, there are many options for slack-packing in the 100 mile wilderness.
With our knowledge of the trail crossings in the 100 Mile Wilderness we can help you plan your hike.
There is no need to carry 7-10 days worth of food while hiking the100 Mile Wilderness. The AT Lodge has several options for food drops at an affordable price. We provide food drops at Cooper Brook, Crawford Pond and Gulf Hagus.
Most cell phones have some coverage in higher elevations. There is cell reception at Cooper Brook at the bridge.
If you can get a cell phone signal and can tell us where you are located we can tell you where the closet trail crossing is and we will meet you there.