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Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location T3 R10 WELS
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length1.1 miles, One Way

Peaceful walk through mossy coniferous forest from Kidney Pond to Rocky Pond and Little Rocky Pond in Baxter State Park.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location T2 R9 WELS
Difficulty Easy
Length0.1 miles, One Way

Short trail to the southern shore of Caverly Pond in the shadow of Mount Katahdin.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location T2 R9 WELS
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length1.4 miles, One Way

Level hike along the shores of Cranberry Pond and Rocky Pond near Baxter State Park's south entrance.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location T2 R9 WELS
Difficulty Moderate
Length1.5 miles, One Way

Hike past glacial ponds through rolling forest in the lee of Katahdin.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location T3 R10 WELS
Difficulty Easy
Length2.2 miles, Round Trip

Gentle hike to a series of beautiful cascades on Nesowadnehunk Stream.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Grindstone Twp
Difficulty Easy
Length1.8 miles, Round Trip

Pleasant riverside hike along the East Branch of the Penobscot with views of Grindstone Falls and large pine trees.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location T2 R9 WELS
Difficulty Easy
Length5.2 miles, Round Trip

Two connected ponds with views of Mt. Katahdin and frequent moose sightings.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location T2 R9 WELS
Difficulty Moderate
Length4.6 miles, Network

The River Pond Nature Trail is pleasant walk through mixed hardwood forests between River Pond and the West Branch Penobscot River. The trail offers both excellent views of Katahdin and frequent moose sightings.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Rainbow Twp, T3 R11 WELS
Difficulty Advanced, Strenuous
Length4.1 miles, Network

In the shadow of Katahdin, just south of Baxter, the Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area provides access to remote ponds and pristine forests. A set of trails provides access to some of these remote ponds at the heart of the preserve.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location T2 R10 WELS, T2 R9 WELS
Difficulty Advanced
Length9.6 miles, One Way

Remote, less-visited section of the West Branch Penobscot River characterized by long stretches of deadwater punctuated by several falls.