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|Length||3.9 miles, Network|
This extensive trail system on Georgetown Island stretches from the Kennebec River to Robinhood Cove and provides diverse year round recreation highlighting several features of the preserve including an old quarry, a freshwater pond, salt marshes and natural blowdowns.
|Location||Big Moose Twp, Moosehead Junction Twp|
|Length||4.2 miles, Round Trip|
Nestled in the Little Moose Public Reserve Land, Big Moose Mountain peaks at 3,150 feet over Moosehead Lake and is home to what is thought to be the nation's first fire tower. Surrounded by beauty, this mountain is no exception.
|Location||Dead River Twp, Wyman Twp|
|Length||12.4 miles, Loop|
Within the Bigelow Public Reserved Land this combination of trails is common among visitors because of its challenging nature and the ability to summit some of the range's highest peaks, West Peak and the Horns.
|Difficulty||Easy, Moderate, Advanced|
|Length||17.1 miles, Network|
This extensive trail network, offering numerous recreational opportunities for mountain bikers, stretches over 2,345 acres, making for an adventure. Scenic outlooks along the different trail variations make for a good ride in the park.
|Length||14.0 miles, Loop|
This loop hike leaves ME Route 17 on the Appalachian Trail southbound to cross an old railroad grade and hike along the Bemis Ridgeline before joining a side trail that swings down into a valley and follow Bemis Stream back to the road.
|Location||Sandy River Plt|
|Length||4.1 miles, Round Trip|
This is a popular moderate moderate hike with interesting rock formations to explore at the end of the journey. This is a nice introduction to the outdoors and the Appalachian Trail for families and children to experience as an all day outing.