EasyRelatively flat and smooth trails that can be completed by almost anyone.
ModerateMay have a few hills or steep sections, multiple surface types, but most people should have little difficulty completing.
AdvancedMost advanced trails are natural surface with more difficult hills, exposed roots or slipping hazards.
StrenuousTypically single track, natural surface, narrow trails with many hills or steep sections, tight turns, exposed roots or slipping hazards or other obstacles such as stream crossings or rocky areas to traverse.
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This network of trails winds through the woods behind the school and along the athletic fields and is groomed in the winter for the Leavitt Area High School cross-country ski team.
This extensive network provides something for everyone with miles of remote feeling trails, a fitness trail with workout stations, pond access for swimming, playing fields, and picnic areas.
This paved trail follows what was once Paper Mill Road and provides smooth, easy walking and biking along the Sabattus River. The northern half of the trail passes through gently rolling, open fields.
Well-drained mountain bike trails follow the contours of this 400 acre piece of Range Pond State Park.
A short drive from two of Maine's major urban areas, Range Ponds State Park welcomes visitors to enjoy a wide sandy beach for swimming and picnicking as well as two miles of recreational hiking trails.
The four trails on The Curtis Homestead feature areas that were the former cultivated fields, pastures, orchards, wooded pastures and woodlots at the Curtis Farm.
This network of four-season trails wander over the historic grounds of the Maine State Building and All Souls Chapel while also providing access to the shores of Lower Range Pond.
The railroad trail connects the Poland Community School to several recreation fields and the old railroad.
The Heart of Poland Trails are a wooded network from Tripp Lake Road to the public library and lead visitors to a vernal pool, a quarry, rare white oak trees, and caves.
Two-mile, five-foot wide loop trail which meanders through a hardwood forest, amongst talus slopes, whalebacks, and waterfalls, providing remote access to and views of South Pond.
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