Noyes Mountain is one of the nearby peaks visible in the iconic view from Norway Lake's southern end. The mountain itself can be climbed to see this view in reverse. The Noyes Trail climbs 600 feet up and over the summit to a viewpoint immediately overlooking Mud Pond and offering excellent views north, west, and south. A little further beyond this is the Harvard Mine, a historic pegmatite mine popular with geologists and rock collectors alike. The distance from the trailhead to the viewpoint is 1.2 miles.
Additionally, the Old County Road Trail branches to the right off of the Noyes trail and can be accessed from Richardson Hollow Road just east of the trailhead. Bikers and horseback riders should stick to this trail.
Noyes Mountain is managed by Western Foothills Land Trust.Western Foothills Land Trust
172 Richardson Hollow Road
From the south: turn off of ME-26 in Norway onto ME-118 north. Turn right onto the Greenwood Road, after 3.3 miles on ME-118. Turn right onto Richardson Hollow Road after another 5.2 miles. The parking lot will be on the left near a field after 0.8 miles.
From the north: turn off of ME-26 in Locke Mills (5 miles from Bethel) onto Howe Hill Road. This road immediately crosses a bridge and then a set of railroad tracks; take the left just past the tracks onto the Greenwood Road. After 7 miles bear left to stay on the Greenwood Road. After another 2.7 miles, turn left onto Richardson Hollow Road. The parking lot will be on the left near a field after 0.8 miles.
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