Maine Trail Finder - Search Results
|Length||2.0 miles, Round Trip|
Moxie Falls is one of Maine's highest waterfalls, including a single vertical drop of nearly 90 feet as well as other plunges and pools. A relatively easy walk of a little under one-mile brings visitors down to this scenic destination.
|Length||4.8 miles, Network|
Whether a beginner or avid hiker, Camden Hills State Park offers an elaborate network of trails for all. The trails surrounding Mount Battie provide the largest diversity from a seaside stroll to more challenging climbs across plateaus and peaks.
|Length||6.2 miles, Network|
This network of trails includes beautiful stretches through groves of hemlock, pine, and beech forests, a trail skirting a wetland with excellent birding opportunities, and offers access to Hogback Mountain and Frye Mountain trails.
|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||2.1 miles, Network|
The Stetser Preserve Trails meander through mix deciduous / coniferous forests with small seeps and streams, and a variety of wildlife habitats. There are stone walls and old skidder trails providing clues to past land use.
|Length||2.0 miles, Network|
This 85-acre preserve is the home of Jewell Falls, Portland’s only natural waterfall, and the site of the former Cumberland and Oxford Canal. The trail network ranges from the flat former canal towpath to hillier sections leading to the Falls.