Yes. You must let us know what time to pick you up and we can pick you up at Abol Bridge. There is no cell phone signal at the Bridge, but you can usually get a signal on the high ground on the AT south of Abol Bridge. The Abol Bridge Camp Store has a satellite phone and may call us for you upon request.
Yes, it is generally safe to park your vehicle near Abol Bridge, and we can shuttle you to several locations from which you can hike back to your car. Of course, the AT Lodge takes no responsibility for vehicles parked at Abol Bridge.
No, we do not move vehicles for you. What we recommend is you leave your car at your end point of your hike. We can shuttle you to the beginning of your section and you can walk back to your car.
Yes, but no pets are allowed in the Lodge or in Baxter State Park. We can also shuttle your dog from area kennels to the Abol Bridge to reunite you for your trip.
No. It is very difficult to communicate from Baxter SP, there are no telephones in the park and no cell phone signal. You ascent/descent of Katahdin may take 8-10 hours. We recommend reserving a campsite at Katahdin Stream Campground for the day of your climb. We can pick you up the next morning.
No. Our shuttle service into Baxter State Park is for Appalachian Trail hikers starting or ending a hike. Baxter State Park requires all others have day use parking passes to climb Katahdin. Please visit the Baxter State Park website for parking and camping information.