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Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Bangor
Difficulty Easy
Length1.5 miles, Network

Prentiss Woods has a forested network of well defined trails; these trails are great for running, dog-walking and cross country skiing.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Bar Harbor
Difficulty Advanced
Length6.0 miles, Network

The Dorr Mountain South Ridge Loop features panoramic views of Mount Desert Island from the top of Dorr Mountain, while offering a beautiful hike along a stream and forested valleys.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Bar Harbor
Difficulty Advanced
Length3.3 miles, Loop

The Ladder Trail Loop features a trail with three short ladders that lead to the summit of Dorr Mountain with panoramic views of Mount Desert Island, the ocean, and the outer islands. 

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Bar Harbor
Difficulty Advanced
Length4.0 miles, Network

Rising over 1,000 feet in 0.9 miles, this climb requires physical and mental strength. It is a rugged, non-technical climb with open cliff faces and iron rungs. It is not recommended for small children, people with a fear of heights, or in wet weather.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing
Location Bangor
Difficulty Easy
Length1.8 miles, Loop

This 182-acre preserve of forest and fields offers quiet in the heart of Bangor. A narrow foot trail provides nearly two miles of hiking and access to Penjajawoc Marsh.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing Mountain Biking Cross-Country Skiing
Location Old Town
Difficulty Moderate, Advanced
Length13.5 miles, Network

The University of Maine Forestry Office maintains this extensive network of woods roads and single track trails which provides opportunities for diverse non-motorized recreation within a working research forest.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Cross-Country Skiing
Location Bangor
Difficulty Easy
Length5.2 miles, Network

This wide trail with gentle ups and downs goes through areas of early successional aspen/birch saplings and mixed spruce/fir/white pine intermediate growth. It passes areas of ongoing beaver activity, and includes part of the old Veazie Railroad bed.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Penobscot
Difficulty Easy
Length1.1 miles, Loop

Short walking loop in mature forest past wetlands with ample wildlife viewing.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Mount Desert
Difficulty Advanced
Length2.7 miles, Network

A steep and rocky hike to the top of two barren granite peaks, affording great views.

Trail Activity Snowshoeing Mountain Biking Cross-Country Skiing Hiking/Walking
Location Orono
Difficulty Easy, Moderate, Advanced
Length16.9 miles, Network

Newman Hill is the second highest spot in Orono with nice views of Pushaw Lake and Hermon Mountain. Extensive mountain biking on singletrack and wide trail is available in summer and groomed skiing is available in the winter.