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Allagash Falls

106 Hogan Rd.
Bangor, Maine 04401

Description: Along the Allagash Wilderness Waterway are the Falls, cascades that drop 30 feet into surrounding pools.... Read More

Snow Mountain Fire Tower

Rte. 17 or Rte. 4
Chain of Ponds Township, Maine

Description: At nearly 4,000 feet, the fire tower atop Snow Mountain frames the peaks, valleys, and lake below.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
3_0

West Kennebago Mountain Trail

Oxford County
Upper Cupsuptic Township, Maine

Description: Red-blazed West Kennebago Mountain Trail is about two miles each way. The trip begins on a flat path through beech forest, then slightly inclines on its way to the summit.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
5_0

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Bigelow Range Trail

Bigelow State Park
Stratton Brook Pond Rd.
Stratton, Maine

Description: The approximate halfway point of 11.7-mile Bigelow Loop boasts an incredible view of Flagstaff Lake and surrounding Sugarloaf and Crocker Mountains.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
4_0

Bigelow Range Trail

East of Stratton
Rangeley, Maine

Description: Hikers will first reach Cranberry Peak before Bigelow Range Trail joins with the Appalachian Trail. The combined trails continue 13 miles to Flagstaff Lake.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
5_0

Tower Trail

Northern Forest Canoe Trail


Description: Views atop the tower peer directly above the treetops and across the valley. In fall, the sight is brilliant with gold, red, and green.... Read More

Flagstaff Lake

Somerset and Franklin County


Description: Wildlife, including black bear, bobcats, and moose live in the forests and shores along Flagstaff Lake, a fun day trip for paddlers.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
3_0

Goose Rocks Beach

Cape Porpoise
Kennebunkport, Maine

Description: Goose Rocks Beach is three-mile stretch of sandy shore.... Read More
Expert Rated & Recommended
4_0

Great Long Pond Trail

P.O. Box 177
Bar Harbor, Maine

Description: This two-mile trail starts at the South end of Long Pond. Over its course, hikers will surmount large, flat rocks and spot herring gulls overhead.... Read More
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4_0

Priestly Fire Tower

106 Hogan Rd.
Bangor, Maine 04401

Description: While not completely intact, the fire tower marks the summit of Priestly Mountain Trail. The path travels next to tall pines and through blueberry vines.... Read More

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