EasyRelatively flat and smooth trails that can be completed by almost anyone.
ModerateMay have a few hills or steep sections, multiple surface types, but most people should have little difficulty completing.
AdvancedMost advanced trails are natural surface with more difficult hills, exposed roots or slipping hazards.
StrenuousTypically single track, natural surface, narrow trails with many hills or steep sections, tight turns, exposed roots or slipping hazards or other obstacles such as stream crossings or rocky areas to traverse.
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The Marsh River Bog Preserve features three loop trails and a bog, opening up to exploration a natural community that few visitors ever have a chance to see.
Mills Overlook connects two of the Damariscotta region’s most cherished and historic landmarks: the St. Patrick's Church and the Damariscotta Mills Alewife Fish Ladder.
Following the shoreline of Great Salt Bay, the Heritage Trail features access to the Indian shell heaps on Glidden Point.
Though the initial hill climb is quite steep, once on top, the Baker Forest Preserve with its system of old logging roads, lends itself to skiing, leisurely walking, and nature observation.
The Marsh River Trails provide opportunities to explore the margins of the Marsh River and associated salt marshes. These easy trails take the visitor to scenic overlooks of the marsh.
Several trail loops feature a salt marsh, a restored fresh water wetland, a chestnut grove, and views along Great Salt Bay.
This half mile interpretive trail takes visitors on a short hike along the shore of the Damariscotta River where historic shell mounds created by native people over a thousand year period can still be seen.
The Bass Falls Trails pass through field and forest down to and along the Sheepscot River. Of varying terrain, the trails offer a variety of habitats and opportunities to take shorter or longer walks.
This property offers foot access to the Damariscotta River and rewarding views of the water close to downtown Damariscotta.
The Griggs Preserve trails traverse mixed deciduous and coniferous forests along the tidal portion of the Sheepscot River with views across the railroad tracks to salt marshes.
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