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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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.
The Downeast Lakes offer exceptional opportunities for multi-day paddling trips, which rival any in the northeast for solitude, beauty, and adventure.
Nestled in the northeastern corner of the Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area, Hurd Pond offers a beautiful day of paddling with the option of staying the night in the west shore paddle-in campsite.
This trail provides options for short or moderate loops to the quiet, undeveloped shoreline of Pocumcus Lake passing through a variety of forest types that provide habitat for diverse wildlife.
Located within easy striking distance from Bangor, Brewer, and Ellsworth, the Partridge and Ducktail Ponds Trails provide access to remote feeling ponds and primitive camping, and a nearby day-use area.
Short trail to the southern shore of Caverly Pond in the shadow of Mount Katahdin.
This short trail through mostly pine forest highlights the Manter Pine, the largest tree in Veazie with a 16-foot circumference.
This network with rolling terrain and mixed forest stands provides diverse trail experience close to the center of Veazie.
Hike past glacial ponds through rolling forest in the lee of Katahdin.
Prentiss Woods has a forested network of well defined trails; these trails are great for running, dog-walking and cross country skiing.
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