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|Length||9.2 miles, Round Trip|
Marked by blue paint blazes, this trail ascends Cranberry Peak, with the possibility to continue on to the Appalachian Trail. Pleasant but demanding, it passes Arnold's Well and some ledges with views before reaching the peak.
|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.
|Length||6.7 miles, Network|
Peaks-Kenny State Park lies in the Central Maine Highlands, an area renowned for its natural beauty. Explore this 839-acre park, including the shores of Sebec Lake via its nearly 7 mile network of hiking trails.
|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.
|Location||T1 R11 WELS|
|Length||9.6 miles, Network|
The Nahmakanta Public Lands encompass 43,000 acres of sprawling forests and low, yet rugged mountains adjacent to pristine ponds and streams. Hike along the Turtle Ridge Loop Trail to experience the character of this remote and wild destination.