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Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Mountain Biking
Location Bangor
Difficulty Easy
Length1.9 miles, Network

A bike-ped route through downtown Bangor, connecting businesses and parks with helpful wayfinding signs.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Brewer
Difficulty Easy
Length0.3 miles, Loop

A short walking path that loops around playing fields in Maple Street Park.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Brewer
Difficulty Easy
Length0.4 miles, One Way

A scenic, paved pathway along the Penobscot River shoreline that passes by the Children's Garden and offers views of Bangor. 

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Vassalboro
Difficulty Easy
Length0.9 miles, Network

This easy loop trail features 2,200 feet of undeveloped frontage along Webber Pond and views of a wooded island to the east. The trail comfortably accommodates several hikers walking together. Water access to the shore of this parcel is available via the public boat landing at the Webber Pond outlet.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing Cross-Country Skiing
Location Whitefield
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length1.2 miles, Network

The Whitefield Salmon Preserve contains trails which follow the banks of the Sheepscot River, the West Branch of the Sheepscot River, and the confluence. The trails provide easy access for fishing and wildlife watching along the banks.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Snowshoeing Cross-Country Skiing
Location Fairfield
Difficulty
Length3.3 miles, Network

The Good Will-Hinckley wooded trails offer four season opportunities for enjoyable walks to explore the Maine forest habitat. Along the trails the whole family can enjoy bird watching, spring flowers, fall colors and wetland creatures.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking Mountain Biking
Location Bangor
Difficulty Easy, Moderate
Length2.3 miles, One Way

The Kenduskeag Stream Trail is a scenic urban trail that cuts through the Center of Bangor. Remnants of old mills can be seen along the banks of the stream and there is plenty of parking available close by.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Bangor
Difficulty Easy
Length1.0 miles, Loop

Brown Woods sits within city boundaries, but feels far more remote. Numerous old-growth White Pines tower overhead, and the trail is wheelchair accessible.

Trail Activity Hiking/Walking
Location Thomaston
Difficulty Easy
Length2.6 miles, Loop

The Thomaston Village Trail is the first “urban” section of the Georges Highland Path trail system. It is a pleasant three-mile sidewalk excursion through the town village and along its waterfront.

Trail Activity Paddling
Location Augusta, Sidney, Vassalboro, Waterville, Winslow
Difficulty Moderate, Advanced
Length18.5 miles, One Way

River access in Waterville, Vassalboro, and Augusta enable up to 17 miles of river paddling along a historic, scenic, and wildlife-rich wooded river corridor where sturgeon and eagles abound.