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|Location||Madrid Twp, Sandy River Plt|
|Length||4.6 miles, Network|
The Berry Picker’s Trail is a side trail between the Fly Rod Crosby multi-use trail and the Appalachian National Scenic Trail that follows, in part, a route used by local residents for more than 150 years to harvest mountain blueberries and cranberries on Saddleback Mountain.
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||25.0 miles, Network|
Winter use is Nordic skiing on groomed trails or snowshoeing on single-track and/or multi-use trails. Non-snow season use is walking/hiking and mountain biking. Mountain and lake views abound. Great for birding and wildlife viewing.
|Location||Madrid Twp, Phillips, Rangeley, Sandy River Plt|
|Length||24.7 miles, One Way|
The Fly Road Crosby Trail is a 45-mile heritage hiking trail that when completed will wind its way from Strong to Oquossoc along the Sandy River, Orbeton and Hardy Streams across the Appalachian Trail and Rangeley Lake to the Sporting Heritage Museum.
|Location||Sandy River Plt|
|Length||4.1 miles, Round Trip|
This is a popular moderate moderate hike with interesting rock formations to explore at the end of the journey. This is a nice introduction to the outdoors and the Appalachian Trail for families and children to experience as an all day outing.
|Length||5.3 miles, Round Trip|
Sugarloaf Mountain, Maine's second highest peak (4237 feet), is accessible via the Appalachian Trail. The summit offers fantastic and expansive views of the High Peaks Region of Maine in all directions and particularly the Bigelow Mountain Range.
|Length||16.0 miles, Round Trip|
This small section of the Appalachian Trail leads to the Crocker Mountains, two of Maine's 4,000 foot peaks. The Crocker Cirque campsite allows for an overnight hike and a connection with the Caribou Valley Road provides the opportunity for a loop.