Maine Trail Finder - Search Results
|Location||T43 MD BPP|
|Length||2.3 miles, Round Trip|
The Wabassus Mountain Trail is a one mile climb with a short loop around the summit. The trail follows a small cascading spring-fed brook, and passes through older mixed and hardwood forests with views out to the surrounding lakes.
|Location||Grand Lake Stream Plt, T6 ND BPP|
|Length||4.4 miles, Round Trip|
This trail is easily accessible from the village of Grand Lake Stream and follows the western shoreline of West Grand Lake through moderately rolling terrain and mossy hemlock and pine forests, with occasional outlooks over the lake.
|Length||62.0 miles, Network|
Moosehorn NWR spans 29,098 acres in the Downeast region, with more than 50 miles of dirt trails and includes 7,392 acres of designated National Wilderness. The refuge provides visitors with exceptional wildlife viewing opportunities.
|Location||Berry Twp, Centerville Twp, Cherryfield, Columbia, Columbia Falls, Dennysville, East Machias, Edmunds Twp, Franklin, Gouldsboro, Hancock, Harrington, Jonesboro, Machias, Marion Twp, Milbridge, Pembroke, Steuben, Sullivan, T7 SD, Whitneyville|
|Length||88.9 miles, One Way|
This 89-mile multi-use, scenic rail trail runs along the entire Downeast coastal area connecting multiple scenic conservation areas, intersecting Downeast salmon rivers, and providing year-round recreation opportunities.
|Length||1.5 miles, One Way|
This rail trail offers easy walking along the historic shoreline of the St. Croix River. The trail passes from a rural setting through downtown Calais and connects to shore front trails in St. Stephen, New Brunswick via the international bridge.
|Length||5.0 miles, Network|
The Machias River is one of the great rivers in Downeast Maine. Downeast Coastal Conservancy's trails allow hikers miles of forest and river frontage to hike. The river is steeped in local history and evidence of past logging history can be seen in structures in the river.
|Length||1.2 miles, Network|
St. Regis Park on the Middle River was once pasture land for animals and later a family farm. The park now provides a natural escape for hiking, picnicking, wildlife observation, paddling, and winter sports right in the middle of Machias.