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About Us

Alpenglow Adventure Sports has been supplying gear to mountain travelers and outdoor enthusiasts since 1986. Our company started in a small closet at the University of Maine Orono as a way for college students to get the outdoor gear they needed. From that point, we've only grown and have now moved to 2 different retail locations across the state. Although we've grown our core values have never changed. Whether you need gear for your next cross-country trek, international climbing trip, arctic research expedition, or weekend camping excursion, we can help! If you're in Maine, stop by our classic mountain stores at 753 Stillwater Ave, Bangor and 228 Main St. in Bar Harbor.

Looking for climbing instruction or guidance?

We recommend our climbing school: Acadia Mountain Guides. AMG offers daily rock and ice climbing trips in Maine and New Hampshire, avalanche education, international expeditions, Katahdin ascents and climbing instructor courses. AMG is accredited by both the AMGA and PCIA for professionalism and operational practices.

Acadia Mountain Guides also offers Summer Camps for children ages 9-18. 

Alpenglow Adventure Sports is a division of Acadia Mountain Guides, Inc. and owned by internationally licensed IFMGA mountain guide Jon Tierney.


Email: [email protected]


Bangor Store:


7 days a week: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Phone: 207-866-7562

Bar Harbor Store:

OPEN until the End of December

7 Days a week: April 15th - October 31st: 8:00 am- 8:00 pm 

5 days a week: November 1st - December 31st: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, CLOSED Mondays and Tuesdays

Phone: 207-288-8186

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