Maine Trail Finder - Search Results
|Difficulty||Easy, Advanced, Moderate|
|Length||4.6 miles, Network|
The packed snowshoe trail system offers a wide variety of trekking for all skill levels. Trails weave through and up Quaggy Jo Mountain, allowing visitors a chance to explore all the park's winter beauty including wonderful views from the summit.
|Length||5.0 miles, Network|
Easy rolling terrain out of the wind, winding through the woods next to the Caribou Country Club golf course. The rolling terrain accommodates both skate and classical skiers. Loops offer skiers either easy or moderate experience on well groomed trails.
|Length||0.3 miles, Network|
This historic area has been popular since the late 1800’s for picnicking, fishing, hiking and viewing the falls. The Trout Pond Loop is a gently sloping trail surfaced with stone dust that allows easy access for wheelchairs, elderly and children.
|Length||0.6 miles, Round Trip|
Also known as Picnic Rock, this quiet 14-acre forested preserve is situated on the Kennebunk River. The woodland trail leads to a ledge overlook at a bend in the tidal river where cormorants and shorebirds are commonly observed.
|Length||4.8 miles, Network|
Whether a beginner or avid hiker, Camden Hills State Park offers an elaborate network of trails for all. The trails surrounding Mount Battie provide the largest diversity from a seaside stroll to more challenging climbs across plateaus and peaks.
|Length||3.6 miles, Network|
Among Maine’s most popular hiking destinations, Borestone Mountain offers a moderately strenuous, yet kid-friendly climb that culminates with spectacular 360-degree views from two peaks at nearly 2,000 feet.