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 the 100 Mile Wilderness. The AT Lodge offers a resupply drop approximately halfway through the 100 Mile Wilderness. Give us a call to get more information about this service.
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 direct you to the closest trail crossing. We offer shuttles at nearly every point in the 100 Mile Wilderness.