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|Length||5.7 miles, Network|
This trail network at the heart of Cape Eliabeth connects the High School on Ocean House Road to the Public Works Garage and athletic fields off Spurwink Avenue and offers a large variety of landscapes including woods, wetlands, and open fields.
|Length||5.6 miles, One Way|
The Greenbelt Walkway is a paved, primarily off-road path in south Portland that runs from the Wainwright athletic fields in the south to Bug Light Park in the north. This route is also designated as part of the Eastern Trail and East Coast Greenway.
|Length||1.5 miles, One Way|
The trail provides a varied experience of walking through fields, woodland and wetland marsh, and includes an overlook of Great Pond. With one exception near Davis Point, the trail has little grade change and follows board walk much of the way.
|Length||0.8 miles, Network|
Trails meander through dense forest, past multiple rock outcrops, across streams, and along old stone walls. A marked trail creates the primary loop with two smaller connecting loops on the western and northern sides.
|Location||Falmouth, Gorham, Portland, Standish, Westbrook, Windham|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||25.5 miles, One Way|
The Presumpcot River flows 25 miles between Sebago Lake and Casco Bay, dropping 270 feet in elevation.The Presumpscot enjoys long and rich natural and cultural histories best experienced at water level: paddle a short section for a day trip, or paddle and portage the entire route from origin to coastal estuary.
|Length||10.0 miles, One Way|
Created to celebrate Portland Trails' 20th anniversary, this 10-mile route across the best of Portland comprises 9 trails, 5 school campuses, 2 nature preserves, an historic cemetery, and connecting sidewalks. A unique way to see Portland!