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|Length||5.5 miles, Network|
The name Quoddy Head, which means "fertile and beautiful place", comes from the Native American Passamaquoddy tribe. The impressive black cliffs date back to the Silurian Age when volcanic magma rose up from the ocean forming the rock cliffs.
|Location||T10 SD, T9 SD|
|Length||5.8 miles, Network|
The rugged trail network on Black Mountain in eastern Hancock County sits between the scenic waterbodies of Donnell Pond and Tunk Lake. Open ledges provide attractive vistas across the 15,000 - acre Donnell Pond Public Lands and beyond.
|Length||2.4 miles, Network|
Schoodic Mountain and Schoodic Beach are popular destinations within the Donnell Pond Public Lands Unit. Schoodic's summit is bare and flat with 360 degree views, including dramatic views over Frenchman Bay and Mount Desert Island.
|Length||1.3 miles, Round Trip|
Mariaville Falls is a 123-acre preserve on the east shore of the West Branch of the Union River. From the parking lot, a trail meanders through the woods for 0.5 miles and then follows the Union River to Mariaville Falls, a dramatic stair falls that can be seen from an overlook along the path.