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|Location||Township C, Upton|
|Length||4.5 miles, One Way|
The infamous “Carry Trail” is the historic primary foot trail that serves access from Middle Dam to Umbagog Lake bypassing the whitewater of the Rapid River. Several foot trails divert from the Carry Trail, leading to legendary river access for fishing, paddling, picnicking and more.
|Length||1.8 miles, Network|
These two adjacent conservation areas offer easy hiking in mixed hardwood forests, through old hemlock stands, and along varied wetland habitat. Excellent wildlife viewing and a self-guided interpretive enhance the user's experience.
|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||Chatham (NH), Stow|
|Length||4.0 miles, Network|
This trail offers great views for a relatively small effort. The Deer Hills Trail is steep in places but short and pleasantly wooded, weaving through Hemlock forest. This trail receives moderate use and provides opportunities for solitude.
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||7.5 miles, Network|
Roberts Farm Preserve offers 12 kilometers of non-motorized, multi-use Nordic trails overlooking Norway Lake. The system includes a 1.1-kilometer universally accessible trail to a scenic outlook and a 3.5-kilometer hiking/dog walking snowshoe trail.