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Best Trails of Maine

hiking, road biking, mountain biking, walking, running,

 

#1. Appalachian Trail: Mount Katahdin
Legendary along the AT, the jagged, treeless profile of Mount Katahdin seems incongruous among other rounded, forested Appalachian peaks. The glaciers never reached high enough to smooth off Katahdin...
From the guidebook "Exploring the Appalachian Trail: Hikes in Northern New England"
Hiking Trails
Millinocket, ME - Hiking - 10.4 miles


#2. Mount Katahdin via the Knife Edge
A day hike to the top of Mount Katahdin along a granite ridge called the Knife Edge. One of the most spectacular and breathtaking hikes in the East, with views of Moosehead Lake, the Penobscot River, ...
From the guidebook "Hiking Maine"
Hiking Trails
Millinocket, ME - Hiking - 9.5 miles


#3. Mount Katahdin - Maine Highpoint
Highpoint rank by height: 22nd. Mount Katahdin’s (kuh-TAHD-uhn) summit, Baxter Peak, marks the northern terminus of the 2,160 mile (3,456 km) Appalachian Trail (AT) that starts at Springer Mountain in...
From the guidebook "Highpoint Adventures: The Complete Guide to the 50 State Highpoints"
Hiking Trails
Millinocket, ME - Hiking - 10.4 miles


#4. Acadia Mountain Trail
One of Acadia’s more popular trails west of Somes Sound, the Acadia Mountain Trail is a tough scramble up to spectacular views of Somes Sound, the ocean, and surrounding mountains. But as strenuous as...
From the guidebook "Hiking Acadia National Park"
Hiking Trails
Southwest Harbor, ME - Hiking - 2.8 miles


#5. Acadia National Park Cruise
The carriage paths lacing Acadia National Park, on Maine's famous Mount Desert Island, are one of Acadia's unique features. These dirt roads, winding through the island's interior forests and skirtin...
From the guidebook "Best Bike Rides in New England"
Hiking Trails
Bar Harbor, ME - Road Biking - 26 miles


#6. Gulf Hagas
A hike along a gorge with steep cliffs and waterfalls. This beautiful canyon and the land around it was proclaimed a national landmark in 1968. As such, it is off-limits to logging. This hike takes pl...
From the guidebook "Hiking Maine"
Hiking Trails
Milo, ME - Hiking - 6.5 miles


#7. Appalachian Trail: White Cap Mountain
White Cap Mountain stands like a great sentinel in the heart of the 100 Mile Wilderness. At 3644 feet, it is the highest peak in the region and the only one to rise into the alpine plant zone. This ...
From the guidebook "Exploring the Appalachian Trail: Hikes in Northern New England"
Hiking Trails
Brownville Junction, ME - Hiking - 28.1 miles


#8. Hinckley Park
This trail is located near South Portland and Cape Elizabeth. Hinckley Park is just the starting point for this 8.5-mile ride along an amazing network of trails in South Portland. This ride is a lon...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Maine"
Hiking Trails
South Portland, ME - Mountain Biking - 8.5 miles


#9. Appalachian Trail: Baldpate Mountain
The trail through Baldpate is popular and well marked, making it a good choice for strong hikers looking for a pleasant day hike. Baldpate Mountain is in western Oxford County, roughly 7 miles east o...
From the guidebook "Exploring the Appalachian Trail: Hikes in Northern New England"
Hiking Trails
Bethel, ME - Hiking - 8 miles


#10. Bald Rock Mountain
A day hike to the summit of a mountain overlooking the upper reaches of Penobscot Bay. The view from the summit is spectacular, and the trail is never crowded. In winter, the Ski Shelter Trail is used...
From the guidebook "Hiking Maine"
Hiking Trails
Camden, ME - Hiking - 3.6 miles


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