Streaked Mountain Trail

A short but challenging hike with fantastic views of the very scenic Oxford Hills, White Mountains, and Presidential Range.
Trail Activity
1.2 miles, Round Trip
Moderate, Advanced
Buckfield, Hebron, Paris
Dirt/Forest Floor, Rock/Ledge


This is a challenging but rewarding hike. Once on the granite slope, the hike is one continuous scenic view of the Little Androscoggin River Valley, the Oxford Hills, the White Mountains, and on clear days, the Presidential Range.

From the road, the first quarter or so of the hike is wooded and with loose rocks. The remainder of the hike is on the steep granite face of the mountain. The trail rises about 700' in its short half-mile ascent. Be especially careful of footing in wet weather when the granite becomes slick and autumn when the leaves obscure the loose uneven footing on the lower section.

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Trails are managed with the help of students from Hebron Academy.

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Visit Hebron Academy online for more information or contact:

Hebron Academy

Hebron Academy
339 Paris Road
PO Box 309
Hebron, ME 04238
Phone: (207) 966-5223
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Dispose of Waste Properly
Dispose of solid human waste in a cathole 6-8 inches deep and at least 200 feet from water, camp, or trails. Don't forget to cover it up when you're done!
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Trailhead Information

From South: From the intersection of ME Routes 26 and 117 (Main Street and High Street) in South Paris, follow ME Route 117 east (East Main Street) towards Buckfield. Be sure to bear left to stay on ME Route 117 at the fork with ME Routes 119. Continue for about 4.5 miles along ME Route 117 and turn right onto Streaked Mountain Road. The trailhead is about 0.5 miles on Streaked Mountain Road; it is less than 150 yards past a stone-wall enclosed cemetery and adjacent to a set of power lines which cross the road.

From North: From the terminus of ME Route 140 in Buckfield, head west on ME Route 117 towards Paris for about 5.1 miles. Turn left onto Streaked Mountain Road. The trailhead is about 0.5 miles on Streaked Mountain Road; it is less than 150 yards past a stone-wall enclosed cemetery and adjacent to a set of power lines which cross the road.

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September 12, 2020
My older dog & I did this hike late afternoon on Labor Day. No switchbacks, it just goes basically straight up, so for a short hike it really got my heart pumping. Nice views, nice open rocky expanses, and the towers, lines, and buildings at the summit are a bit freakish but interesting in their own right. I'm typically a slower hiker, but it did take me only the estimated 45 minutes up and about 30 minutes down.
June 07, 2020
Quick steep hike. Did this with 16 month old in a hiking backpack and 5 year old. Felt very steep with the weight of a child on my back. The top was pretty and the views were beautiful. However, the 6 or 8 power line, radio, and cell towers took away from the overall beauty. Would probably try this one again in the future when the kids are a little bigger. The sign is tucked back off the road a few feet into the woods. Keep your eyes open along the left side off the road so you don't miss it.
August 08, 2018
All in all, the views on the journey upward are noteworthy, and become increasingly more breathtaking as more headway is made to the final destination. The summit makes the hike worthwhile, though the power lines cut into—and in turn take away from—the natural beauty of the luscious green mountain side. However, views on any side of the summit are equally stunning, and, impressive. Wild blueberry plants can be found in great numbers in various spots along the trial and at the peak. I recommend this hike.
August 08, 2018
Was a nice hike, once I actually found the trail head. I rode my bike past the head early on, and ended up riding all the way to the end of king street, having to circle back up. The marker is about 15 feet into the woods. The only discernible resemblance of a trial head from the road is a bleakly trampled pathway of dirt. Hikers beware, the marker is easily missed.
October 30, 2017
Hiked this on 10/27/17. Loved the views. It was steep, but manageable. Took about and hour and 15 to get up, then only 30 mins to get down. For a good workout do this trail for fun.
October 16, 2017
This was a very steep hike but the trail was quite nice. There were nice views on the hike up/down. I was disappointed by the view from the top. All the cell phone towers and communication lines took away from the nature and scenery that surrounds you. Overall the hike was nice for a quick afternoon adventure.
July 03, 2015
An oldie but a goodie. This short hike rewards you with great scenery at the top. The views were even better before all of the towers were put up, but the cell reception is great. ;)
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