Maine Trail Finder
|Length||3.9 miles, Network|
This extensive trail system on Georgetown Island stretches from the Kennebec River to Robinhood Cove and provides diverse year round recreation highlighting several features of the preserve including an old quarry, a freshwater pond, salt marshes and natural blowdowns.
|Length||2.5 miles, One Way|
The Bethel Pathway connects several public facilities, including Telstar Middle/High School, the skate park, play ground, picnic area, and a boat launch site on the Androscoggin River Trail. It also accesses several related businesses.
|Location||Big Moose Twp, Moosehead Junction Twp|
|Length||4.2 miles, Round Trip|
Nestled in the Little Moose Public Reserve Land, Big Moose Mountain peaks at 3,150 feet over Moosehead Lake and is home to what is thought to be the nation's first fire tower. Surrounded by beauty, this mountain is no exception.
|Location||T2 R13 WELS|
|Length||4.0 miles, Round Trip|
This remote 2-mile trail hiking includes some ladders and steep sections as it rises to the flat-topped summit. Wide ranging vistas provide views of the mountains and lakes surrounding Moosehead Lake and the upper Penobscot River watershed.
|Length||9.2 miles, Round Trip|
Marked by blue paint blazes, this trail ascends Cranberry Peak, with the possibility to continue on to the Appalachian Trail. Pleasant but demanding, it passes Arnold's Well and some ledges with views before reaching the peak.
|Location||Dead River Twp, Wyman Twp|
|Length||12.4 miles, Loop|
Within the Bigelow Public Reserved Land this combination of trails is common among visitors because of its challenging nature and the ability to summit some of the range's highest peaks, West Peak and the Horns.
|Location||Dead River Twp|
|Length||6.2 miles, Round Trip|
This relatively short and accessible section of the Appalachian Trail affords users some wonderful views of the Bigelow Range and eastern end of Flagstaff Lake. A lean-to and nearby series of pools also provide interest along the trail.