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    Andy McEvoy, director of Hidden Valley Nature Center, clears snow at Two Dog Hut in preparation for weekend visitors. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Hermit Hut is located in the remote northern area of Hidden Valley Nature Center, close to Stearn’s Brook and Little Dyer Pond. The cabin sleeps up to six people. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Matt Lunt, right, of South Portland talks with Andy McEvoy, director of Hidden Valley Nature Center, while his wife, Jen, warms herself by the wood stove inside the yurt where they stayed with their 2-year-old son, Atticus. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Greg Johnson of Washington glides along a trail at Hidden Valley Nature Center. The nature center lightly grooms half of the 20-plus trails making it ideal for cross-country skiing. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Helpful information and instructions posted at Two Dog Hut at Hidden Valley Nature Center. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Little Dyer Cabin is the newest shelter at Hidden Valley Nature Center, overlooking Little Dyer Pond. The cabin was built by group of 10 students in a Timber Frame Construction workshop with white pine beams that were harvested from the nature center land. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Two Dog Hut at Hidden Valley Nature Center sleeps two and has a translucent roof. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Rebecca Loveland, left, of Litchfield hikes out of Hidden Valley Nature Center with her son, Brandon, 12, mother, Donna Loveland of South China, right, and family friend Max Spaulding, 13, second from left, of Winslow, after spending a night at the Hermit Hut. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Hidden Valley Nature Center lightly grooms half of its 20-plus miles of trails, making it ideal for cross-country skiers. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Cross Country skis rest outside the yurt at Hidden Valley Nature Center. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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    Trail signs point the way at Hidden Valley Nature Center, which offers over 20 miles of trails for skiing and snowshoeing. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer

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