Maine Trail Finder
|Length||2.0 miles, Network|
Two trails offer the chance to summit an open summit hill with fantastic views of Penobscot Bay, Camden Hills, and the St. George Peninsula. Another highlight is a historic sod-roofed hut known as Beech Nut near the summit.
|Location||Madrid Twp, Sandy River Plt|
|Length||4.6 miles, Network|
The Berry Picker’s Trail is a side trail between the Fly Rod Crosby multi-use trail and the Appalachian National Scenic Trail that follows, in part, a route used by local residents for more than 150 years to harvest mountain blueberries and cranberries on Saddleback Mountain.
|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||Auburn, New Gloucester|
|Length||1.5 miles, Loop|
This 40-acre preserve, gifted to RRCT in December 2018, features a scenic waterfall at the mouth of a small wading pool creating a scenic destination for hikers on a 1.5 mile loop trail. Look for improved trails and trailheads in the spring of 2019.
|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.