June 22-24, 2018
Monhegan Island Photo Tour with Fred LeBlanc
Monhegan is a small, rocky island ten miles from the nearest mainland and scarcely a square mile in area. It is accessible only by boat and there are no cars or paved roads on the Island.
For more than 100 years, Monhegan has been a summer haven for artists and other visitors who appreciate its isolation, the beauty of its wilderness areas, its quiet relaxed atmosphere, and its unhurried pace. About 12 miles of trails, often steep and strenuous, lead through wooded areas and over rocky ledges up to the highest ocean cliffs on the Maine coastline.
Clustered around Fish Beach are the fish houses which serve as workshops for many of those who fish and lobster.
Attire everywhere on the Island is casual. Bring a warm sweater, a wind-breaker (you may need it on the boat), and possibly foul weather gear. Wear sturdy shoes fit for walking on rocky surfaces – no island roads are paved – over ledges, through wooded areas and into mud.
Three Days & Two Nights Photo Tour Fee $ 180.00 ( does not include travel, hotel nor ferry fee )
Additional Questions: fredleblanc@Comcast.net ( Hotel Rooms are limited register early )
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