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|Length||0.8 miles, Loop|
A 20-acre preserve with a beautiful 0.8 mile loop trail along the Back River. Please stay on the designated trails as this is private property. Boothbay Region Land Trust has permission for the trail’s use, thanks to the generosity of the owner.
|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||1.3 miles, Network|
On a peninsula in the New Meadows River, this trail system winds through coastal forest of pine, spruce, and fir. Trail spurs lead to a former ice pond -- now freshwater marsh -- and vistas overlooking coves, salt marsh, mud flats, and open water.
|Location||Bowdoin College Grant East Twp|
|Length||2.7 miles, Round Trip|
This trail provides access to the Gulf Hagas area with the advantage of not having to ford the West Branch of the Pleasant River. In high water conditions or with small children or otherwise, this trail is a good choice.
|Location||Rainbow Twp, T3 R11 WELS|
|Length||4.1 miles, Network|
In the shadow of Katahdin, just south of Baxter, the Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area provides access to remote ponds and pristine forests. A set of trails provides access to some of these remote ponds at the heart of the preserve.
|Location||Old Town, Orono|
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced, Strenuous|
|Length||27.0 miles, Network|
The University of Maine Campus Recreation maintains this extensive network or trails that includes from paved bike paths, wood roads, ski trails, and single track for an extensive range of non-motorized uses.