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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One of the oldest and most popular trails in Portland, the beautiful loop around the Back Cove offers great views of the Portland skyline.
The Fore River Trail showcases much of the history of transportation in Portland, contrasting views of the old canal basin with the modern Jetport and Portland's bus/train station.
This urban rail trail traverses the downtown connecting the Bayside and East Bayside communities and providing the opportunity for easy walking, running, and biking along a flat paved surface.
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.
This paved waterfront trail built along an old rail corridor offers spectacular harbor and ocean views, beach access, and trail connections to the top of the Eastern Promenade park, and to the Bayside and Back Cove Trails.
The railroad trail connects the Poland Community School to several recreation fields and the old railroad.
The Fore River Parkway offers a nice wide paved pathway connecting the Portland's bus/train station with West Commercial Street, while offering great views of Fore River and side trails along the way.
This wooded trail network is at the heart of the South Portland mall and shopping district and connects, via wooded trails along a brook, the Maine Mall area with Clark's Pond Plaza.
This 23 acre quiet coastal property provides views of Casco Bay, rocky beaches, and stately red oaks that offer perches to bald eagles and great horned owls.
This scenic trail winds its way on the steep banks high above Long Creek through enormous maples and oaks, offering hikers impressive views of the creek and its tidal marshlands.
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