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|Length||14.0 miles, Loop|
This loop hike leaves ME Route 17 on the Appalachian Trail southbound to cross an old railroad grade and hike along the Bemis Ridgeline before joining a side trail that swings down into a valley and follow Bemis Stream back to the road.
|Location||Adamstown Twp, Rangeley|
|Length||8.5 miles, Network|
This property includes a eight mile network on the east side of Mooselookmeguntic and Cupsuptic Lakes with opportunities for wildlife watching, swimming, am camping. Cut off trails allow chances to shorten the trail significantly.
|Location||Bowtown Twp, Carrabassett Valley, Carrying Place Town Twp, Dead River Twp, Lower Enchanted Twp, Pierce Pond Twp, T3 R4 BKP WKR, T3 R5 BKP WKR, West Forks Plt, Wyman Twp|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced, Strenuous|
|Length||80.0 miles, One Way|
Overview of the 80-mile Maine Hut Trail. Groomed skiing, biking, and hiking in Maine's High Peaks.
|Location||Adamstown Twp, Magalloway Plt, Rangeley, Richardsontown Twp, Township C, Upton|
|Length||37.0 miles, One Way|
The 740-mile Northern Forest Canoe Trail traverses some of the most scenic paddling country in the northeast. Section 8 of the trail travels from Umbagog Lake to Rangeley Lake, and is characterized by a connected series of large lakes and undeveloped, conserved land and sensitive wildlife habitat.
|Length||4.5 miles, Network|
This network of forest trails offers easy to moderate terrain for year-round, non-motorized use. Explore the many trails to find old wells, vernal pools, scenic overlooks and more, only a few blocks from downtown Farmington.